William T. Long

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William Long

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology
Dermatology

Contact Info

212/689-9587

Education

1983-1985 — Mount Sinai Medical Center (Medicine), Residency Training
1985-1987 — NYU Medical Center (Dermatology), Residency Training

Sarcoidosis
Kim, Carolyn; Long, William T. Sarcoidosis. Dermatology online journal. 2004 ;10(3):24-24 (56105)

Reach in and touch a gene: The use of antisense reagents in culture, skin explants and by topical application targets transcription factors, signaling molecules and structural proteins
Tomic-Canic, M; Im, M; Long, W; Schuck, A; Hosein, N; Radoja, N; Delgado, Y B; Freedberg, I M; Blumenberg, M. Reach in and touch a gene: The use of antisense reagents in culture, skin explants and by topical application targets transcription factors, signaling molecules and structural proteins. Journal of investigative dermatology. 2000 May 10-14;114(4):797-797 (15817)

Slowly enlarging nodule on the leg. Granular cell tumor
Long, W; Buchness, M R. Slowly enlarging nodule on the leg. Granular cell tumor [Case Report]. Archives of dermatology (1960). 1990 Feb;126(2):1061-1067 (179915)

SLOWLY ENLARGING NODULE ON THE LEG
Long, W; Buchness, MR. SLOWLY ENLARGING NODULE ON THE LEG. Archives of dermatology (1960). 1990 Feb;126(2):235-23? (32113)

Primary nodular endophytic basal cell carcinoma
Long, W; Buchness, M R. Primary nodular endophytic basal cell carcinoma [Letter]. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 1988 Feb;18(2 Pt 1):382-383 (179917)