Margaret Ann Weiss
Meet Margaret Ann Weiss
Dr. Margaret A. Weiss is a former Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she attended medical school and completed her dermatology residency. Prior to that, she attended Princeton University. Board-certified, she is a member of the leading society in the field of venous diseases, the American College of Phlebology, and is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and American Society of Dermatologic Surgery.

Her teaching and publications in the field of sclerotherapy of leg veins have led to numerous interviews and TV appearances, including "Good Morning, America" and "Health Week" on PBS. Dr. Weiss' other interests include laser surgery , and cosmetic dermatology such as BotoxCosmetic®, and filler injections. She has served as President of the Maryland Dermatologic Society. She coauthored her textbook, "Vein Diagnosis & Treatment: A Comprehensive Approach," published by McGraw-Hill in 2001, with Drs. Robert Weiss and Craig Feied.
My Team

About our Physicians Our practice has only board-certified dermatologists as its physicians. Our specialty training is in dermatology. Our continuing medical education is in dermatology and dermatologic surgery. We are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest standards of dermatologic care.

1975 Cum  Laude,  Johns  Hopkins  University

1977 Syntex  Summer  Research  Fellowship

2007-2008 Attending  of  the  Year  Award,  Dermatology,  Johns  Hopkins  University

2014 ASDS  Presidential  Citation  for  Services  to  ASDS
1971-1973 Princeton  University

1973-1975 B.A.,  The  Johns  Hopkins  University,  Baltimore,  MD

1975-1978 M.D.,  The  Johns  Hopkins  University  School  of  Medicine,  Baltimore,  MD

Post  Graduate  Education  and  Training

1978-1979 Internship,  Department  of  Medicine,  Albany  Medical  Center,  Albany,  N.Y.

1979-1981 Resident  and  Fellow,  Department  of  Dermatology,  The  Johns  Hopkins

University  School  of  Medicine.  Preceptors:  Dr.  Irwin  Freedberg,  Dr. Thomas  Provost

1981-1982 Chief  Resident,  Department  of  Dermatology,  The  Johns  Hopkins University  School  of  Medicine