Department of Dermatology

Alix S. Ferdinand, MD

  • 2nd Year Resident - PGY III

Alix S. Ferdinand, MD began her residency training at the University of Pittsburgh/UPMC in July 2020. Prior to beginning residency, Dr. Ferdinand completed her undergraduate work at Georgia State University, going on to earn her medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine.

Education & Training

  • B.S., Georgia State University
  • MD, Emory University School of Medicine
  • Internship, University of Miami

Representative Publications

  1. Pijeaux, A. Investigating Racial Disparities in Pruritus Quality of Life in Pediatric Patients. Poster presented at: The Skin of Color Symposium; November 11, 2018; Leesburg, VA.
  2. Pijeaux, A., Lee, G., Smith, S., Francois, S., Chen, K.H., Chen, S. Investigating Racial Disparities in Pruritus Quality of Life in Pediatric Patients [PP33]. Acta Dermato-Venereologica. 2017; 97(8): 1044
  3. Luk K., Pijeaux, A., Chen, KH, Wrenn G, Quave, C.S., Chisolm, S., Kini, S., Chen, S. Differences in factors that drive pruritus quality of life between Asian Americans and other races [PP32]. Acta Dermato-Venereologica. 2017; 97(8): 1044
  4. Smith, S., Lee, G., Francois, S., Pijeaux, A., Chen, K.H., Roberts, J., Chen, S. Pitfalls in pediatric self-reported pruritus severity and quality of life impact [OP75]. Acta Dermato-Venereologica. 2017; 97(8): 1031
  5. Francois, S., Lee, G., Smith, S., Pijeaux, A., Chen, K.H., Roberts, J., Chen, S. Gender disparity in the psychosocial effect of chronic itch on children [PP73]. Acta Dermato-Venereologica. 2017; 97(8): 1056
  6. Pijeaux, A.S, Taylor, J.K., West, T.J. Social Plasticity: The role of urine release in Procambarus clarkii. Poster presented at: The Center for Behavioral Neuroscience B.R.A.I.N. Poster Symposium; August 5, 2011; Atlanta, GA.