Drs. Jodi Ganz and Erica Tarabadkar of Olansky Dermatology join us on Sunday, September 24 to discuss the latest advancements in dermatology and more.
Dr. Jodi Ganz knew that she wanted to work with people at an early age, and explored psychology, nutrition and public health before she chose clinical medicine. She was drawn to dermatology specifically because it combined all the things she loved: on-going patient care, microscope work and surgery. She has a special interest in female genital dermatology.
Dr. Ganz is married and has two children. Outside of the practice, she enjoys walking, hiking, yoga, and a good meal. She is an avid reader and always has a good book to recommend.
Dr. Erica Tarabadkar chose Dermatology because she enjoys the close patient interactions and producers that come with the specialty. She has received numerous awards and recognition, including receiving the Ryan and Reginald Wimberley Community Service and Humanism in Medicine Award, the Department of Medicine: Internal Medicine Award, the Award for Laudable Academic Achievement in Pathology, and other major achievements. Additionally, Dr. Tarabadkar was Co-Chief Resident during her Dermatology Residency at the University of Washington.
Before joining Olansky Dermatology & Aesthetics, Dr. Tarabadkar was an assistant professor at Emory’s School of Medicine, serving in the Department of Dermatology. For her, connecting with patients is the most rewarding aspect of her practice. Dr. Tarabadkar is married and has 2 children. She enjoys running and spending time with her family.