Meet Our Team
At Auburn Dermatology, no matter who sees you, you can expect personal and high-class care. We take your dermatology needs seriously. Meet our team to find out more about the best doctors providing the best skin care in central MA.
Dr. Daniel Viders, M.D., F A.A.D.
As Medical Director at Auburn Dermatology and a Board Certified Dermatologist, Dr. Viders has over 20 years experience in the field. You won’t find a better or more experienced dermatologist in Massachusetts.
More About Dr. Viders
High School: Cherry Creek HS., Englewood CO, graduated with honors College: Claremont McKenna College, Claremont CA, B.A. Bio-Chem. May 1984. Medical: Univ. of Health Sciences Chicago Med. School, N: Chicago IL, May 1984 – September 1986; Univ. of Colorado Health Sciences, Denver, CO, September 1986 – May 1988 (M.D.) Internship: Pres. St. Lukes Hospital, Rotating, Denver, CO, July 1988 – June 1989 Residency: Washington University, Dermatology, St. Louis, MO, July 1989 – July 1992
Dean’s List: Claremont McKenna College, 1980-1984 Graduated Cum Laude: Claremont McKenna College, 1984 Department of Medicine Outstanding Student Research Award: University of Colorado School of Medicine Research Forum, January 1988 Dr. Goltz Award for the Outstanding Medical Student in Dermatology: University of Colorado, May 1988 American College of Physicians: First Place Research Presentation: Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center, 1989 Diplomat National Board of Medical Examiners, 1990 Member: American Academy of Dermatology, 1993 Diplomat: American Academy of Dermatology, 1997
Viders, Topical Treatment with Hydrogen Peroxide…, Letter to the Editor, Accepted JAAD, April 1996. Viders, et al, Basement Membrane Thickening in Diabetic Blood Vessels…, American Federation for Clinical Research, 1988 Folkeord, Viders et al, Optimization of Immunohistochemical Tech.., The Journal of History and Cyto-, 37:105-113, 1989. Grosso, Viders, et al, Local Skin Burn Causes Systemic Endothelial…, Surgery, August 1989, 310-316. Grosso, Brown, Viders et al, Xanthine Oxidase Derived Oxygen Radicals…, Journal of Surgical Research, 1989, 45:355-360. Smith, Clark, Viders, Basement Membrane Zone Thickening in Diabetes…, American Federation for Clinical Research, 1988