Dr. Alexander Daoud is a board-certified dermatologist, fellowship-trained Mohs micrographic surgeon, and fellowship-trained cosmetic dermatologic surgeon who practices at Miami Dermatology and Laser Institute in Miami, FL. Dr. Daoud attended the Florida International University College of Medicine as the recipient of a full-tuition, merit-based academic scholarship; during medical school, he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, and he graduated as Valedictorian of his class in 2016.
Following medical school, Dr. Daoud completed residency in Dermatology at Stony Brook University Hospital, where he served as Chief Resident of the Northport Veteran Affairs Medical Center.
Thereafter, Dr. Daoud completed his Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery fellowship under internationally renowned leaders Drs. Robert Weiss and Margaret Weiss at the Johns Hopkins-affiliated Maryland Laser, Skin, and Vein Institute. He then completed fellowship in (Mohs) Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology at the University of Florida College of Medicine. While at the University of Florida, Dr. Daoud served as Attending Physician to the Resident Cosmetics Clinic, teaching advanced cosmetic dermatology techniques to resident physicians in Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, and Otolaryngology.
Dr. Daoud has authored numerous peer-reviewed journal publications and book chapters that have advanced the field of laser-assisted drug delivery. He has written and conducted clinical studies in both cosmetic and surgical dermatology, and he has presented on laser medicine, vein surgery, surgical dermatology, and aesthetic advancements at international dermatology conferences. His clinical and research interests include minimally invasive soft tissue augmentation, complex reconstructive surgery, laser-assisted drug delivery, and surgical/nonsurgical dermatologic oncology.
When not in surgical scrubs, Dr. Daoud can be found practicing Muay Thai (Thai Kickboxing), serving as front man of a metal band, cuddling his 100-lb German shepherd (who he lovingly refers to as a ‘lap dog’), and wearing a truly concerning amount of sunscreen.