Jerry Bagel, MD, has practiced dermatology since 1985. In that time, he has distinguished himself as a physician, leader, teacher, and volunteer. He began receiving recognition for his achievements well before finishing his doctoral degree, graduating Salutatorian in 1971 and cum laude from Boston University in 1975. Since then, Jerry Bagel, MD, has earned numerous awards for excellence in dermatology. A volunteer instructor of dermatology at Princeton since 1985, Jerry Bagel, MD, won the Robert Wood Johnson Distinguished Volunteer Faculty Award in 1997 for his work with staff and medical students. In 2007, Jerry Bagel, MD, again garnered recognition for his volunteer work: the National Psoriasis Foundation named him Volunteer of the Year. This distinction came in part because as head of the President’s Council, he helped raise $700,000 for the organization.Jerry Bagel, MD, has earned accolades for his practice as well. Named Doctor of the Year by New Jersey Magazine in 2001 and 2003, he also won a Top Doctor award for the New York metro area from 2004 through 2008. In 2002, the American Academy of Dermatology presented Jerry Bagel, MD, with a Golden Triangle Award for his contributions to the study of dermatology and skin health. He has published summaries and explanations of many of those contributions in various issues of Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology and Practical Dermatology. As director of the Psoriasis Treatment Center of Central New Jersey at Windsor Dermatology, Jerry Bagel, MD, sees patients with a variety of skin conditions. Besides his specialty, psoriasis, he and his staff treat warts, skin cancer, eczema, acne, and vitiligo. In his life outside dermatology, Jerry Bagel, MD, enjoys supporting his children's education, pursuing physical fitness, watching baseball, and studying Italian.