Pierre Vereecken

Cliderm Medical Office, Université Libre de Bruxelles (U.L.B.)

Dr. Pierre Vereecken, MD, PhD, is a Doctor of Medicine graduate and is certified and specialized in dermatology (general, aesthetic, and corrective) and skin oncology. He studied medicine in Brussels, Belgium (1991, ULB), and obtained his PhD degree from the same university in 2008, with a research work on the topic of cutaneous malignant melanoma biology and progression. After working for the Belgian Army (Belgium, Germany) and the United Nations Protection Force (Central Bosnia), he was the head of the Department of Dermatology in academic hospitals (Brugmann University Public Hospital, Belgium, and Saint-Luc University U.C.L. Hospital, Belgium). He is convinced that knowledge has to be shared with not only colleagues, specialists, or GPs but also nurses for the best care of our patients. He also emphasizes the need for a better communication of medical information with patients. In 2010, he decided to dedicate his own practice to patients and research and to build an international dermatologic network, Cliderm. He also founded the European Institute for Dermatological Practice and Research, a multifaceted organization that aims to promote clinical dermatology and dermatological research in the European Union. He has published more than 100 scientific papers in international medical literature and also edited and authored chapters for more than 20 books.

Pierre Vereecken

2books edited

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Pierre Vereecken

This book is intended for dermatologists, skin surgeons, and general practitioners who are interested in skin surgery and cosmetic procedures. The topics of broad and current interest in shaping the practice nowadays have been selected by the editor, Dr. Pierre Vereecken, MD, PhD, allowing the reader to expand his/her skills and surgical techniques. This book aims to meet the need for a practical guide to help the clinicians to extend their offer in daily practice in dermatology and corrective and skin cancer surgery.

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