Dr. Angela Beckford, MD, MPH
Practice names Metropolitan Dermatology
Education and training Medical School - University of the West Indies Faculty of Medical Sciences, Jamaica, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Boston University, Residency in Dermatology, Boston University, Fellowship in Skin Oncology, Florida International University, Master’s in Public Health
Languages spoken English
Board certifications American Board of Dermatology
Provider's gender Female
NPI number 1083872816
Street 175 Cedar Lane
ZIP Code NJ 07666
Angela N. Beckford M.D., M.P.H., earned her medical degree from the University of the West Indies Mona, Jamaica where she graduated with Honors in Surgery and was awarded the prestigious surgical medal. Dr. Beckford subsequently was the recipient of the Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award on completing a Master of Public Health at Florida International University. She completed an internship in Epidemiology with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Director of Health Promotion and Education Scholarships Program at the Miami Dade Health Department. There she was awarded the Miami-Dade County Health Department’s Health Hero Award for Extraordinary Contribution to the SARS/smallpox national protocol. Dr. Beckford completed her Skin Oncology Fellowship at Boston University School of Medicine where she received the MFD Award for Humanitarianism. She then went on to complete a surgical internship at Lenox Hill Hospital/New York University School of Medicine in Manhattan. Dr. Beckford completed her residency training in dermatology at Boston University School of Medicine.
Dr. Beckford has been involved in numerous dermatologic clinical research trials and has co-authored many published peer-reviewed articles. She is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Women’s Dermatologic and the Skin of Color Societies. Dr. Beckford’s professional interests include a broad spectrum of dermatologic surgical procedures, skin cancer prevention and early detection."