Today is Melanoma Monday!


Wearing sunscreen, seeking shade, wearing protective clothing, and not using a tanning bed are the best ways to prevent melanoma and other skin cancers! Frequent self skin exams and yearly skin checks with a board-certified dermatologist are the best ways to catch skin cancer early for optimal treatment results!

Today is Melanoma Monday!2018-05-07T10:41:57-04:00

Do You Know How to Choose the Best Sunscreen?


Sunscreen is one of the best ways to prevent skin cancer and can help prevent signs of aging! With so many options on the shelves, do you know how to choose the best kind? Watch this short video produced by The American Academy of Dermatology to learn more about choosing sunscreen. Choose sunscreen with SPF [...]

Do You Know How to Choose the Best Sunscreen?2017-06-14T14:08:02-04:00

Knoxville Institute Of Dermatology


Dr. Elizabeth Anderson, Dr. Quyn Rahman, Dr. Adam Wright, and Lindsey Best FNP-BC are proud to announce Anderson and Rahman Dermatology has a new name! We are now Knoxville Institute of Dermatology. Our website is changing to If you have any questions please call the office (865) 450-9361 Knoxville Institute of Dermatology Knoxville Office:                             [...]

Knoxville Institute Of Dermatology2018-04-17T16:19:59-04:00

Melanoma Self-Exam Warning Signs


May is Melanoma Awareness Month! The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends monthly self-exams and a yearly skin check with a Board Certified Dermatologist. Frequent skin exams are key for early detection of Melanoma. Schedule your yearly exam at either the Knoxville, TN location or at the Lenoir City, TN location with Dr. Elizabeth Anderson, Dr. Quyn [...]

Melanoma Self-Exam Warning Signs2017-05-10T11:22:40-04:00

Dr. Anderson Gives Skin Cancer Lecture at University of Tennessee, Knoxville


Dr. Elizabeth Anderson, a board-certified dermatologist with Knoxville Institute of Dermatology in Knoxville, Tennessee, gave a lecture on skin cancer to the Family Medicine Department at the University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville this week.  Dr. Anderson spoke to resident physicians and attending physicians on basal cell skin cancer, squamous cell skin cancer, and melanoma. [...]

Dr. Anderson Gives Skin Cancer Lecture at University of Tennessee, Knoxville2016-05-07T10:49:05-04:00

Melanoma Monday 2016


The summer will be here sooner than we expect and that means plenty of well-deserved fun in the sun.Unfortunately, the more we expose our skin to the sun, the greater our risk of developing skin cancer. That’s why the American Academy of Dermatologists (AAD) designated May as Skin Cancer Awareness Month, complete with educational tools, [...]

Melanoma Monday 20162016-05-02T20:42:57-04:00