Clinical Associate Professor, Residency Program Director
419 W. Redwood Street – Ste 240, Baltimore MD 21201
Education and Training
1978-1983 B.S, Pharmacy, University of Connecticut (Summa cum Laude)
1978-1983 B.A., Sociology, University of Connecticut (Summa cum Laude)
1983-1985 Pharm.D., University of Texas College of Pharmacy
1985-1987 Fellowship (Pediatric Pharmacotherapy), U of Texas HSC
1987-1988 Fellowship (Infectious Disease and Microbiology), U of Texas HSC
1989-1993 M.D., University of Connecticut School of Medicine (SOM)
1993-1994 Internship (Primary Care Internal Medicine), Yale University SOM
1994-1997 Residency (Dermatology), U of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston
Dr. Driscoll's primary interests are in general dermatology and skin cancer, particularly in the most deadly form of skin cancer, melanoma. Her clinical specialty is in the area of women’s health and she is a member of The Expert Resource Group in Women’s Health, an international group of dermatologists who share this passion. Her research interests focus upon dermatologic problems in pregnancy, including specific dermatoses of pregnancy, as well as melanoma and changes in moles during pregnancy. In addition, Dr. Driscoll is involved in medical student and resident education, and serves as the dermatology residency program director. She holds multiple administrative positions, including medical director of dermatology clinics, departmental compliance officer, and departmental representative for committees concerning quality of patient care, such as The Physician Quality Reporting System.
melanoma, pregnancy, pregnancy-associated melanoma, hormones, estrogen receptor
- Bieber AK, Matires KJ, Driscoll MS, et al. Nevi and pregnancy. J Am Acad Dermatol 2016;75:661-78.
- Driscoll MS, Matires KJ, Bieber AK, et al. Pregnancy and melanoma. J Am Acad Dermatol 2016;75:669-78
- Shaw KC, Altmayer SA, Driscoll MS. Muir-Torre syndrome: multiple sebaceous neoplasms and visceral malignancy manifesting after cardiac transplantation and iatrogenic immunosuppression. Int J Dermatol 2017;56:e26-e27.
- Bieber AK, Matires KJ, Stein JA, Grant-Kels JM, Driscoll MS, Pomeranz MK. Pigmentation and Pregnancy: Knowing What Is Normal. Obstet Gynecol 2017;129:168-173.