Catherine DiGiorgio, MD, MS
Dr. DiGiorgio is a board-certified dermatologist and Harvard laser and cosmetic fellowship trained dermatologist who practices the full spectrum of dermatology including general, surgical, and medical dermatology, as well as laser and cosmetic dermatology. She is affiliated with Newton-Wellesley Hospital and the Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
Dr. DiGiorgio graduated with honors from Loyola University in New Orleans where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She earned a Master of Science in Human Genetics and a Doctor of Medicine from Tulane University School of Medicine. She completed an Internship in Internal Medicine and Residency in Dermatology at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. Her interest in laser and cosmetic dermatology brought her from New Orleans to Boston, where she trained for 2 years in the Harvard Laser and Cosmetic dermatology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Wellman Center for Photomedicine.
Dr. DiGiorgio is board certified by the American Board of Dermatology and previously practiced dermatology at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Dermatology. Her interests encompass the full spectrum of dermatologic care and include skin cancer surveillance and surgery, acne, eczema, melasma, vascular malformations, birthmarks, and aesthetic dermatology and skin care.
She is particularly passionate in the medical and cosmetic application of laser and energy devices including treatment of port wine stains, hemangiomas, birthmarks, scars, sun damage, and wrinkles. She also performs other aesthetic dermatologic procedures, including Botox, Dysport, fillers, and Kybella. Dr. DiGiorgio develops a personalized anti-aging skin care regimen for each of her patients.
Dr. DiGiorgio has authored many peer-reviewed publications and textbook chapters. She is an active member of numerous professional organizations including the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, and Women’s Dermatologic Society. She also continues to participate in laser dermatology research at the Wellman Center for Photomedicine focusing on skin tissue harvesting for wound healing, improvement of surgical scars, management of field cancerization, and the analysis of wound healing using a fluorescent UV camera.
In her spare time, she enjoys trying new restaurants, traveling, museums, spinning, weightlifting, and running.