Dr. Boh received her B.S. from Auburn University in 1973. She completed her Ph.D. studies in 1980 under Dr. Richard Steele at Tulane University, Department of Biochemistry. She then completed a year-long fellowship with the American Heart Association. Dr. Boh entered the Tulane University School of Medicine in 1981 and received her M.D. in 1985. She completed her internship at Tulane University/Charity Hospital Affiliated Programs in 1986 and completed a Dermatology Residency at Parkland Hospital in 1989. In 1989 she was Chief Resident of her Dermatology Program. Dr. Boh joined the Tulane faculty in 1990 as an Assistant Professor and is now an Associate Professor of Dermatology. Dr. Boh's research has focused on photobiology and chronic diseases such as psoriasis and skin cancers such as lymphoma. She is an international expert in photopheresis and has a strong interest in cutaneous T-Cell lymphomas and cutaneous manifestations of internal disease, both in the pediatric and adult population. In addition to participating in a number of studies in lymphoma, Dr. Boh has conducted studies on psoriasis and other chronic dermatologic diseases.
Dr. Boh trained at Tulane University School of Medicine and completed her residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Parkland Hospital. She joined the faculty at Tulane University School of Medicine in 1990 and is currently a Professor of Dermatology. Dr. Boh has a strong interest in Photobiology and chronic diseases such as psoriasis and skin cancers such as lymphoma. She also has a strong interest in Psoriasis, Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphomas, graft vs host disease Cutaneous Manifestations of Internal Disease, both in the pediatric and adult population. She participates in a number of clinical research projects involving Psoriasis, Psoriatic arthritis, and lymphoma. Dr. Boh is certified by the American Board of Dermatology.
Fucich LF, Freeman SM, Boh EE, McBurney EI, Marrogi AJ. Quantitative immunophenotyping and gene rearrangement analysis in 59 cases of atypical cutaneous lymphoid infiltrates. Am J Cutan Pathol 23: 50 (1996)
Fucich LF, Freeman SM, Boh EE, McBurney EI, Marrogi AJ. Atypical Cutaneous Lymphocytic Infiltrate and a Role for Quantitative Immunohistochemistry and Gene Rearrangement Studies. Int J Derm 38: 749-756 (1999)
Karukonda SRK, Boh EE, McBurney EI, Russo GG, Flynn TC, Millikan LE. The Effects of Drugs on Wound Healing: Phases of Wound Healing, Cytokine Therapy, Local Factors and Pharmacologic Interactions, Part I. Int J Derm 39(4): 250-257 (2000)
Karukonda SRK, Boh EE, McBurney EI, Russo GG, Flynn TC, Millikan LE. The Effects of Drugs on Wound Healing: Specific Classes of Drugs and Their Effect on Wound Healing, Part II. Int J Derm 39(5): 321-333 (2000)
Ward HA, Russo GG, McBurney EI, Millikan LE, Boh EE. Post-Transplant Primary Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma: A Case Presentation and Review of the Literature. J Amer Acad Derm 44: 675-680 (2001)