Dr. Julie Anne Moore
Dr. Moore is originally from Iowa and attended Creighton University, graduating Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and went on to receive her Doctorate degree from Creighton University School of Medicine. During medical school she was honored to become a member of the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. She did her internship in Internal Medicine at the University of Iowa Hospital in Iowa City and trained in Dermatology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, under the guidance of Dr. Frederick Malkinson and Dr. Roger Pearson.
Dr. Moore has been on the teaching staff in the Department of Dermatology at Rush University Medical Center since 1991 and has had several manuscripts published in highly respected dermatology journals. Dr. Moore is also on the teaching staff in the Department of Family Practice at West Suburban Hospital in Oak Park, Illinois, since 1998. For 17 years, she was also the staff Dermatologist at the Pigmented Lesion Clinic, a comprehensive clinic in the Department of Oncology at Rush University Medical Center, where she evaluated moles and performed photo documentation of moles for patients at high risk for developing melanoma.
Dr. Moore is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, as well as a member of the Illinois and Chicago Dermatology Societies. Currently she holds the office of Secretary for the Chicago Dermatology Society. In the past she has served as Vice- President of the Chicago Dermatology Society, as well as a member of the Plans and Policies Committee, Financial Committee, and Skin Cancer Screening Committee for the Chicago Dermatology Society.
In 2013 Dr. Moore was honored to receive the Practitioner of the Year Award from the Chicago Dermatology Society. This award is given each year by a group of 400 of her peers to the dermatologist who provides exemplary service as a practitioner of dermatology.
Dr. Moore is affiliated with Loyola-Gottlieb Memorial Hospital in Melrose Park, Illinois, Elmhurst Memorial Hospital in Elmhurst, Illinois, and Rush University Medical Center, in Chicago, Illinois. Each year she is involved with community skin cancer screenings as educational well as lectures on Dermatology to the medical community, as well as the public.
Dr. Moore examines teenagers and adults with general dermatology problems, performs in office minor surgery of the skin, as well as injections of cosmetic botulinum toxin and fillers.
Dr. Moore in her free time spends time with her husband (a police officer), their crazy pugs, Lucybelle and Newman. Her interests include wine tasting and vintage/antique shopping.
Kelly L. Abate, M.D.
She graduated from Northwestern University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies, minor in Biochemistry. After a year in management consulting at Baxter Healthcare Corporation, she matriculated at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, where she was president of her class in 1992 and 1993. At the University of Illinois, Dr. Abate participated in research in basic physiology and neuroscience, publishing and presenting abstracts on the effects of nicotine on respiration and duration of anesthesia. In addition to receiving awards for leadership, she was also recognized for her writing interests and won several awards for personal and scientific writing accomplishments.
After graduating from the University of Illinois College of Medicine, Dr. Abate completed an internship in Internal Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago. In 1997, she completed her Dermatology residency at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago where she functioned as Chief Resident in 1996-1997.
Dr Abate has been in private practice since her graduation from Rush in 1997. Initially in Wheaton Illinois for seven years, Dr. Abate has been affiliated with Dr. Julie Moore in Elmhurst Illinois since June of 2003.
In her practice, Dr. Abate sees patients of all ages and enjoys long-term relationships with many of her patients. Her emphasis is on general medical dermatology, but she also practices moderate cosmetic and surgical dermatology, including laser surgery for blood vessels, Botox and dermal filling agents, chemical peels, sclerotherapy, mole removal and minor skin cancer surgery. Common conditions for which patients seek treatment from Dr. Abate include, among others: acne, rosacea, warts, psoriasis, eczema, disorders of hair and nails, mole evaluation/screening, skin cancer, and skin rejuvenation.
Dr. Abate lives in the western suburbs of Chicago with her husband and three children. Her interests include cooking, writing, yoga, and reading.
Tracy M. Campbell, M.D.
Dr. Campbell is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Creighton University and Creighton University School of Medicine. During medical school, she was elected to the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, and in undergraduate study Dr. Campbell was the recipient of the “Theologian of the Year” award for her outstanding academic accolades in theology. Dr. Campbell completed her internship in the Chicago area at Resurrection Medical Center, and went on to complete a residency in Dermatology at Rush University Medical Center under the direction of Dr. Michael Tharp. During her training at Rush, she was chosen as Chief Resident due to her natural leadership abilities. Following residency, Dr. Campbell completed a much sought after laser, cosmetic and Mohs micrographic surgery fellowship at the University of California, Davis.
Dr. Campbell’s year-long fellowship included cosmetic training by Dr. Suzanne Kilmer, one of the most world renowned experts in laser surgery and cosmetics. Dr. Campbell enhanced her knowledge of cutting edge laser technology and cosmetic techniques during her tutelage under Dr. Kilmer. She then spent a year at the University of California, Davis to complete her Mohs training with experts in cutaneous oncology and facial reconstruction. Dr. Campbell is an expertly trained clinician in lasers, cosmetic procedures, botulinum toxin injections, fillers, skin cancer, reconstruction, and other related subjects. Dr. Campbell had lectured regionally and nationally on various dermatology topics. She has written several academic manuscripts in cosmetic dermatology, surgical dermatology, and medical dermatology journals, instructing other dermatologists on a wide variety of procedures and techniques.
Dr. Campbell has also written and lectured extensively on a variety of general and dermatology topics. Amongst others, her work has been published in Dermatologic Surgery and The Archives of Dermatology. Her professional affiliations include the American College of Mohs Surgery, the American Society for Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Chicago Dermatologic Society, and the Women's Dermatologic Society, and she is also a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology.
Lauren M. Greco, P.A-C
Lauren Greco is a Physician Assistant working with Dr. Moore, Dr. Abate and Dr. Campbell. She completed her undergraduate work from Benedictine University in Lisle, IL in 2006 with her Bachelor of Science in Biology. After her undergraduate studies, she went onto attend Graduate school at Midwestern University in Downers Grove. She received her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies in 2008 after completing the rigorous 27 continuous months program. She has been working with Dr. Moore since she graduated and passed her board exam in October of 2008 and has been loving it ever since she started.
Lauren organizes our Moh's surgery clinic, sees patients in the office, as well as sees patients in the hospital for consults under the doctors' supervision. She will make diagnoses and treatment plans for various skin conditions with particular emphasis on acne.
Lauren is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants, and the Illinois Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants. She attends various conferences and lectures throughout the year to increase her wealth of knowledge in not only dermatology, but as general medicine as well.