Dr. Daniel Rivlin


Dr Daniel Rivlin MD board certified dermatologist miami

Daniel Rivlin, M.D. is a Board Certified Dermatologist and a Board Certified Dermatopathologist with his office in Miami Beach. He performs a blend of dermatologic and cosmetic/aesthetic services. Dr. Rivlin graduated from University of Miami and received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. He completed Fellowships in Dermatopathology at New York University Medical Center, and Mohs Surgery at  U.C.L.A Medical Center. Dr. Rivlin achieved an academic award for outstanding resident while at U.C.L.A and soon after held academic appointment as Director of Dermatopathology at U.C.L.A Medical Center, Division of Dermatology.

Dr. Rivlin has delivered presentations to professional groups domestically and internationally, produced several published articles and has written additional articles which are currently being reviewed for publication.

Dr. Rivlin offers his patients specially formulated skin care products for use as part of a physician supervised skin care regimen.

Professional Affiliations:     

  • American Medical Association
  • American Academy of Dermatology
  • American Society of Dermatologic Surgery
  • American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology
  • Location:
    Mount Sinai Medical Center, 4308 Alton Road, Suite 510, Miami Beach, FL 33140
    January 1994 – Present
  • Hospital Affiliation:
    Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, FL
  • Educational Training:
    Occidental College 1979-1981
    University of Miami 1981-1983, B.S. Degree
  • Medical School:
    New York University School of Medicine, 1983-1987, M. D. Degree
  • Internship:
    Mount Sinai Medical Center, July 1987 – June 1988
  • Residency:
    Dermatology: UCLA Medical Center, July 1988 – June 1991
    Dermatology: Michael McDuff, M.D., Bakersfield, CA., July 1991 – December 1991
  • Fellowships:
    Dermato-Pathology NYU Medical Center, January 1992 – December 1992
    Mohs Surgery UCLA Medical Center, January 1993 – December 1993
  • Board Certification:
    Dermatology, December 1991
    Dermatopathology, November 1993
    Recertification Dermatology, 2000
  • Professional Memberships:
    American Medical Association
    American Academy of Dermatology
    American Academy of Dermatopathology
    American Academy of Mohs Surgery
    Florida Society of Dermatology
  • Academic Appointments:
    Director of Dermatopathology U.C.L.A. Medical Center
    Division of Dermatology: Jan / 93 – Dec / 93
    Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Miami
  • Medical Licensures:
    California, December 1988
    License No. G063985
    Florida, December 1988
    New York, December 1991
  • Academic Awards:
    Outstanding Resident Award
    U.C.L.A. Medical Center, Division of Dermatology, June 1991
  • Presentations:
    Annual Meeting for the American College, of Mohs Micrographic B-Surgery, Orlando, FL March 19, 1991: Myofibroblasts in Basal Cell Carcinoma. Daniel Rivlin, M.D., Marc Chalet M. D., Ronald Moy M. D.
    Annual Meeting of the international Society of Dermatopathology, Ciena, Italy – July 1993: Use of Mohs Micrographic Surgery in The Treatment of Malignant Melanoma.
  • Articles Accepted for Publication:
    Premalignant and Malignant Epithelial Tumors Lisa M. Seung, Daniel Rivlin, Ronald L. Moy. To be published in Current Science. 1994.
    Flaps and Graphs: A review of the Literature Daniel Rivlin, Nicolas J. Tefler and Ronald L. Moy. To be published: Current Science. 1994.
    Use of the Bilobed Flap for Nasal Reconstruction. Ronald L. Moy, Daniel Rivlin, Soren Eremia. To be published: Journal of Dermatologic Surgery and Oncology. 1994.
    Reconstructive Surgery, Edited By Robert Goldberg, M.D., The Actinic Comedonal Plaque Cutis 1997 – Sept., Daniel Rivlin, G. Hauptman, H. Rabinovitz and M. Oliviero.
    Hematoxylin & Safranin O staining and frozen Sections, Dermatol Surg., 2000 March B. Nordlows G. Elgard, D. Rivlin, H. Rabinovitz, M. Golock and D. Tran.

    October – December 2007 | Volume 13, #4
    New Insights: Using 3-D imaging to demonstrate the unifocality of melanomas and nevi by John Perrotto, DO, Daniel Rivlin, MD, and Carmen Franco, MTL
    New content added to Ethics and Matters of Social Conscience section as follows:
    - American Academy of Dermatology (Conflict of interest)
    - The Enduring Shame of the University of Pennsylvania (AM Kligman, Holmesburg Prison)
    - Archives of Dermatology (J Robinson)
    - Irwin M. Freedberg, M.D. (Verdict)
    - Columbia University

  • Articles being Reviewed for Publication:
    Frozen Section Margin Control of Melanoma with HMB – 45, Daniel Rivlin, Hara J. Schwartz, Ronald L. Moy.
  • Publications:
    Use of Intraoperative Dermabrasion for sutured wounds. Daniel Rivlin,, Ronald L. Moy.
    Myofibroblasts in Basal Cell Carcinoma, Daniel Rivlin, Ronald L. Moy.