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Aerlyn Dawn, M.D.

Dr. Aerlyn Dawn is a fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon and board-certified dermatologist.

He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University and received his medical degree from the Duke University School of Medicine. Dr. Dawn completed his dermatology training at the University Pennsylvania and then completed a fellowship in Mohs surgery and dermatologic surgery. He has extensive experience in Mohs micrographic surgery for skin cancer, reconstructive surgery, and a wide variety of cosmetic procedures.

Dr. Dawn is a member of the prestigious American College of Mohs Surgery. He has served on the Board of Directors of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery, and as a dermatology representative to the American Medical Association. Dr. Dawn has taught medical students and residents at the University of Pennsylvania, University of Maryland, Wake Forest University, and Cooper University Hospital. He has authored more than thirty medical journal articles and book chapters and has given numerous presentations at national dermatology and dermatologic surgery meetings.



  • Mohs surgery
  • Dermatologic surgery
  • General Dermatology


The office updates are amazing. Thanks so much for seeing me on such short notice. I was definitely in need of your services ASAP!! Your staff is super friendly and I would highly recommend Schweiger Dermatology Group based on my experience.


About Schweiger Dermatology Group

Schweiger Dermatology Group was founded to help make excellent dermatology care accessible throughout the Northeast. In 2010, Dr. Eric Schweiger started the practice with a single location in Midtown Manhattan. When he saw the need for high-quality dermatology care that did not require weeks or months of waiting to see a qualified provider, his vision of a multi-location practice was born.

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