Dr. Jennifer Herrmann is a board certified, fellowship-trained dermatologist and dermatologic surgeon in Beverly Hills, CA. Dr. Herrmann graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University and earned her medical degree from Harvard University. Dr. Herrmann completed her residency training at the University of Alabama where she pursued a post-doctoral fellowship in cutaneous oncology (skin cancer), was awarded the Walter P. Little Award for excellence in dermatology, and served as Chief Resident during her final year. She completed her Mohs micrographic and cosmetic surgery fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco under the direction of Dr. Roy Grekin, a leader in the field. Dr. Herrmann has received numerous research grants, has lectured to colleagues and the public on skin health, and has published more than 20 peer-reviewed studies and book chapters. With a particular interest in skin cancer prevention and early detection, she has organized multiple educational events and skin cancer screenings for her communities. During her training, Dr. Herrmann led the effort to successfully pass Alabama’s first state law that protects minors from the dangers of indoor tanning beds. Her passion for dermatology has been fueled by inspiring mentors, particularly Dr. Harley Haynes, and she now serves as a mentor herself, teaching dermatology residents at both the Keck School of Medicine, USC and the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. In addition to treating most skin conditions, Dr. Herrmann specializes in Mohs micrographic surgery for removing skin cancer; facial reconstructive surgery; laser treatments for wrinkles, red and brown spots; facial rejuvenation with cosmetic fillers and botox; and treatments for leg veins and scarring. Our office is dedicated to serving patients via on-line HealthLens visits, but we are not accepting insurance for these visit at this time and are charging a flat rate of $99, which includes a thorough evaluation of your concern, treatment recommendations, and prescriptions sent to your pharmacy of choice if relevant.