Mary Margaret B. Noland, M.D.
MD: University of Virginia
Preliminary: St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital - Internal Medicine
Residency: UVA Department of Dermatology
Fellowship: UVA Pathology, Division of Dermatopathology
Dr. Noland was born and raised in southwest Virginia. She graduated from the University of Virginia as an Echols scholar and a major in Economics. She attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine. She completed her intern year in New York City at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, returning to the University of Virginia where she trained in Dermatology. Following her residency, she completed a fellowship in dermatopathology. This addition to her training has allowed her to integrate her patients clinical findings with those noted on their biopsies. In addition to her love of dermatology, she has two young children who occupy her time away from the Department. She loves seeing a wide range of patients from newborn to geriatrics. She has a special interest in common pediatric disease, high risk skin cancer screening, and complex medical dermatology including connective tissue disease of the skin.