Few dermatologists in New York City are as highly respected as Dr. Ellen Marmur. After 8 years as Chief of Dermatologic Surgery at the Mount Sinai Medical Center, Dr. Marmur is a leading dermatologist and dermatologic surgeon whose expertise includes skin cancer diagnosis and surgery, Mohs surgery, reconstructive surgery, women’s health dermatology, and cosmetic surgery. She also is a master of aesthetic procedures like neuromodulators, fillers, lasers, body sculpting, liposuction and more.
Dr. Marmur’s tireless work in improving the field of dermatology for over twenty years has earned respect and admiration from her patients, peers, colleagues, and even the mainstream media. She has been quoted and featured in many media outlets, including Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Allure, Dr. Oz, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and NY1 among many others. She is known for her holistic approach to cosmetic surgery and was voted Best Botox in New York and Most Natural Filler in New York (Allure). In addition, Dr. Marmur has won the prestigious ASDS (American Society of Dermatologic Surgery Iron Surgeon session) audience award for Best Male Cosmetic Makeover.
Dr. Marmur founded Marmur Medical in alignment with her philosophy of Preservation Aging®, which believes in supporting the body’s powerful healing systems with carefully chosen and highly effective treatments. She and the Marmur Medical team strive to find the most convenient and practical methods to treat their patients’ concerns.
In addition to running her private practice, Dr. Marmur serves as Associate Clinical Professor in both the Department of Dermatology and the Department of Genetics & Genomic Research at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Dr. Marmur’s pedigree includes nine years in full-time academia as the first Vice-Chair of Surgical & Cosmetic Dermatology at the prestigious Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. She is also an experienced clinical researcher specializing in genomic analysis of the effects of sun exposure and aging on skin.
At Mount Sinai, she created the first Skin Cancer & Anti-Aging Biobank. She bridged a pioneering collaboration between the Department of Genetics & Genomic Science and the Department of Dermatology, and she holds an associate professorship in each department. Dr. Marmur was also the director of the prestigious Procedural Dermatology Fellowship program. She has also authored many original contributions to academic dermatological literature, articles, and book chapters, and has been the principle and co- investigator on over one hundred research protocols.