Multidisciplinary Melanoma Program

Experts at the Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center offer complete care for melanoma – the most serious type of skin cancer – from prevention and early detection to today’s most sophisticated treatments.

Led by Jane M. Grant-Kels, M.D., professor and chair of the Department of Dermatology and one of the region’s leading experts, UConn’s melanoma program offers many services you won’t find anywhere else, including:

  • Total body digital imaging to monitor and track skin changes for patients who are at higher risk.
  • Mohs Surgery: This is the most precise and effective way of removing cancerous tissue. UConn now has three Mohs surgeons.
  • On-site dermatopathology and dermatoimmunopathology lab staffed by board-certified dematopathologists who read and interpret all test results.

Plus, you will benefit from a multi-specialty approach to care by physicians from the Department of Dermatology and the Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center, including dermatologists, dermatopathologists, an oncologist, surgical oncologist and researchers.

Cutaneous Oncology Center

Thanks to generous donations from the community, a new Cutaneous Oncology Center is being formed to facilitate innovative, new collaborations between skin cancer physicians and researchers to improve care for generations to come.

Melanoma Information

Please follow the link below to obtain up-to-date information from the National Cancer Institute.

Request an Appointment

For further information or to arrange for a consultation with the Multidisciplinary Melanoma Program, call the Department of Dermatology at 860-679-4600.