June K. Robinson, MD
Feinberg School of Medicine
Dr. Robinson has a long-standing interest in skin cancer prevention, detection, and treatment. She served as a panel member of the NIH Consensus Development Conference, Diagnosis and Treatment of Early Melanoma in January 1992 that clarified the definition of early melanoma and recommended narrower margins for the surgical removal of early melanoma. In 2000, she served as a panel member of the International Agency for Research on Cancer, World Health Organization that considered the use of sunscreens. Her body of work in primary prevention of skin cancer includes sun protection to prevent the development of skin cancer and early detection of skin cancer.