Dr. Bravo received her M.D. from Duke University in 1990. She completed her residencies in internal medicine and dermatology and her fellowship training in dermatopathology at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She has been on the full time teaching faculty at Johns Hopkins Hospital and has been an associate at BDL since 1998. Dr. Bravo has worked at BDL for over 20 years and has recently been appointed Managing Director of the Lab. Dr. Bravo has a special interest in medical dermatology, connective tissue diseases, and melanocytic lesions.
Dr. Krivda received his M.D. degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in 1989. He completed his dermatology residency at Walter Reed in 1995 and his dermatopathology fellowship at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) in1998. Prior to joining BDL, he was on the full time teaching faculty at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center from 1998 – 2012, where he was Director of Dermatopathology, Chief of the Dermatology Service, and Chief Dermatology Consultant to the White House and US Congress. He has a special interest in inflammatory skin disease and melanocytic neoplasms.
Dr. Fischer received his M.D. from Columbia University. He completed his Dermatopathology fellowship at New York University under the tutelage of Drs. Hideko Kamino, Shane Meehan, and Rishi Patel. Dr. Fischer joined the full-time teaching faculty at Johns Hopkins as an assistant professor in dermatopathology and dermatoimmunology, where he received a Golden Apple award for excellence in teaching. He comes to BDL from Anne Arundel Dermatology; he continues to serve as a clinical assistant professor at the University of Maryland, where he instructs the dermatology and pathology residents. He has a special interest in infections and infestations, cutaneous lymphomas, soft tissue lesions, and dermatoimmunology.
Jason Solus, MD is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He attended the University of Chicago for his undergraduate studies. Dr. Solus earned his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He trained in anatomic pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Dr. Solus completed a dermatopathology fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
In addition to his commitment to education, Dr. Solus has dedicated years to helping others through multiple community service organizations, including mentoring programs, animal shelters and student-run clinics. Dr. Solus enjoys sharing his passion for dermatopathology through teaching dermatology residents and physician assistants. Dr. Solus has a special interest in melanocytic lesions, adnexal tumors, and soft tissue neoplasms.
Dr. Solus also enjoys exploring new restaurants and traveling with his family
Dr. Lee grew up in the California Bay Area and graduated with his B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley. He went on to receive his M.D. with Honors from Harvard Medical School and pre-doctoral surgical pathology training at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He completed his dermatology residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center followed by dermatopathology fellowship at the Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Lee has a special interest in disorders of hair, nail, and nutrition. His work has been widely published in peer-reviewed journals and recently featured on the cover of The Dermatologist magazine. He concurrently holds a part-time faculty position at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, where he sees patients, conducts research, and teaches dermatology and pathology residents and medical students. Dr. Lee brings his passion and dedication to excellence in skin biopsy interpretation, clinical-pathologic correlation, and patient care.
During his spare time, Dr. Lee enjoys, swimming, biking, running, and competing at long course triathlon events, in addition to cooking and gardening.
Dr. Terrano received his MD and PhD degrees from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in 2011. His research focused on the molecular mechanisms of tumor cell death and he published several papers on the work and received external funding from the Department of Defense while a graduate student. He completed his anatomic and clinical pathology training at Columbia University Medical Center, followed by an intensive oncologic pathology fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and a Dermatopathology fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital. After training, Dr. Terrano quickly became the Medical Director at the largest independent Dermatopathology laboratory in Arizona, before joining BDL. He has recently been appointed the Medical Director of Bethesda Dermatopathology Laboratory.
Well versed in the clinical and pathologic basis of skin disease, Dr. Terrano maintains a strong interest in the cutting edge molecular diagnostic techniques for cutaneous neoplasms, particularly rare melanocytic tumors. He is also a dedicated laboratory director who ensures that laboratory operations deliver the highest quality and most efficient diagnostic results. He enjoys creating strong relationships with Dermatologists, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners to provide patients with the best diagnosis and treatment.
Away from work, Dr. Terrano enjoys spending time with his wife and son, traveling, exercising outdoors, and, as a guitar enthusiast, learning to play songs by his favorite musicians.