Physician Profile

Jane M. Grant-Kels, M.D.

Department Chair and Professor
Professor of Pediatrics and Pathology
Director of Dermatopathology
Chair of Melanoma Signature Program
Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs
Director of Dermatology Residency Program
Office Locations:

Dermatology
21 South Road, 2nd Floor
Farmington, CT 06030
860-679-4600
Directions

Board Certifications:
  • Dermatology
  • Other
Education and Training:
TrainingInstitutionMajor/Specialty
Undergraduate SchoolSmith CollegePsychology
Medical SchoolCornell University Medical College Medicine
FellowshipBellevue Hospital CenterPathology, Directors of Training: Eugene Fazzini, M.D., and Roger Schinella, M.D.
FellowshipNew York University Medical CenterDermatopathology, Director of Training: A. Bernard Ackerman, M.D.
FellowshipNew York University Medical CenterDermatohistopathology
InternshipNew York Hospital - Cornell Medical CenterPediatrics
ResidencyNew York Hospital - Cornell Medical CenterDermatology
ResidencyNew York Hospital - Cornell Medical CenterPediatrics
Hospital Affiliation:
  • John Dempsey Hospital
Clinical Interests:

Skin cancer, pigmented lesions, photoaging and rejuvenation

Selected Publications:


Peer Reviewed Publications

A high-tech ethical twist on the curbside consult. Kelsey, Andrew; Grant-Kels, Jane M; Payette, Michael. (2015). Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 2, (72), 349-51.

The case for equal access to urgent dermatology appointments for Medicaid beneficiaries: when professional duty conflicts with economic reality. Stoff, Benjamin K; Bercovitch, Lionel; Grant-Kels, Jane M. (2015). Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 1, (72), 181-3.

Proactive infectious disease approach to dermatologic patients who are taking tumor necrosis factor-alfa antagonists: Part II. Screening for patients on tumor necrosis factor-alfa antagonists. Chirch, Lisa M; Cataline, Philip R; Dieckhaus, Kevin D; Grant-Kels, Jane M. (2014). Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 1, (71), 11.e1-7; quiz 18-20.

Proactive infectious disease approach to dermatologic patients who are taking tumor necrosis factor-alfa antagonists: Part I. Risks associated with tumor necrosis factor-alfa antagonists. Chirch, Lisa M; Cataline, Philip R; Dieckhaus, Kevin D; Grant-Kels, Jane M. (2014). Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 1, (71), 1.e1-8; quiz 1.e8-9, 10.

Curricular factors associated with medical students' practice of the skin cancer examination: an educational enhancement initiative by the integrated skin exam consortium. Garg, Amit; Wang, Joyce; Reddy, Shalini B; Powers, Jennifer; Jacob, Reza; Powers, Michael; Biello, Katie; Cayce, Rachael; Savory, Stephanie; Belazarian, Leah; Domingues, Erik; Korzenko, Adam; Wilson, Lindsay; Grant-Kels, Jane M; George, Paul; Robinson-Bostom, Leslie; Trotter, Shannon C; Geller, Alan C; Belazarian, Leah T; Biello, Katie; Cayce, Rachael L; Domingues, Erik; Gammon, Wendy; Garg, Amit; Geller, Alan C; George, Paul; Hawthorne, Mary R; Jacob, Reza; Grant-Kels, Jane M; Korzenko, Adam J; Ledford, Cynthia H; Pfeiffer, Carol A; Powers, Jennifer G; Powers, Michael; Reddy, Shalini B; Robinson-Bostom, Leslie; Savory, Stephanie A; Stanfield, Lorraine; Trotter, Shannon C; Wang, Joyce; Wilson, Lindsay H. (2014). JAMA dermatology, 8, (150), 850-5.