Irwin M. Braverman, Professor Emeritus of Dermatology, was a member of the School of Medicine faculty from 1962 to 2010. After studies at Harvard College and Yale School of Medicine, he served as intern and resident in Internal Medicine and Dermatology at Yale-New Haven Hospital; in 1973 he was promoted to professor of dermatology. Braverman won the Blake Teaching Award for Most Outstanding Teacher in Medical Sciences in 1977 and the Distinguished Alumni Service Award from the Association of Yale Alumni in Medicine in 2011. He was previously vice chairman of the Department of Dermatology and a member of the medical school’s Committee on Admissions and its Appointment and Promotions Committee. Braverman’s research publications are focused on the cutaneous microcirculation, pathogenesis, and therapy of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, and chronological and sun-induced skin aging. He is the author of Skin Signs of Systemic Disease (1970, 1980, 1998), which was published in Spanish (1973) and Taiwanese (1982) editions.