Curriculum Vitae (CV) 2017-09-30T15:15:56+00:00

PHYSICIANS: Dr. Channing R. Barnett

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

  • Dermatology Residency:
    Department of Dermatology
    Columbia University Medical Center
    New York, New York
  • Dermatology Fellowship:
    Clinical Trials Unit
    Department of Dermatology
    Columbia University Medical Center
    New York, New York
  • General Surgical Internship:
    Department of Surgery
    Lenox Hill Hospital
    New York, New York
  • Medical School:
    Albert Einstein College of Medicine
    Bronx, New York
  • Undergraduate:
    Princeton University
    Princeton, New Jersey
    B.A. History (Focus in History of Science)
    Cum Laude


Diplomate, American Board of Dermatology
Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology
Member, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery
Member, International Society of Dermatologic Surgery
Member, Dermatologic Society of Greater New York
Member, New York Academy of Medicine
Member, Medical Society of the State of New York
Member, New York Facial Plastic Surgery Society
Member, American Medical Association


Book Chapters:
1. Schwartz RA, Barnett CR: Oral florid papillomatosis. In: eMedicine Dermatology. WD James, D Elston, et al (Eds.), St. Petersburg, eMedicine Corp/eMedicine Dermatology [Journal serial online]. Updated May 2008. Available at:

2. Schwartz RA, Barnett CR: Muehrcke’s lines of the fingernails. In: eMedicine Dermatology. WD James, D Elston, et al (Eds.), St. Petersburg, eMedicine Corp/eMedicine Dermatology [Journal serial online]. Updated July 2008. Available at:

1. Barnett CR and Eliasoph I. Historical perspective: double-eyelid surgery in post-World War II Japan. J Aesth Derm Cosm Surg 2000;1:275-284.

2. Schiffer WK, Gerasimov MR, Marsteller DA, Geiger J, Barnett C, Alexoff D et al. Topiramate selectively attenuates nicotine-induced increases in monoamine release. Synapse 2001;42:196-198.

3. Marsteller DA, Gerasimov MR, Schiffer WK, Geiger J, Barnett C, Borg JS et al. Acute handling stress modulates methylphenidate-induced catecholamine overflow in the medial prefrontal cortex. Neuropsychopharmacology 2002;27:163-170.

4. Sclafani AP, Barnett JG and Barnett CR. Adjustment of subtle post-operative nasal defects: managing the “near-miss” rhinoplasty. In: Construction and Reconstruction of Aesthetic Nose with Synthetic Implants. Facial Plast Surg 2003;19:349-361.

5. Barnett CR, Barnett JG, Schwartz RA. Dermatitis-like squamous cell carcinoma. Dermatol Surg 2004;30:334-335.

6. Barnett CR, Scwartz RA. Potepy w wypelnianiu tkanek miekkich w porownaniu z silikonem (The continuing development of soft tissue augmentation as compared to the gold standard: silicone). Dermatol Estet 5: 299-303, 2003.

7. Barnett JG, Barnett CR. Remembering ordinary table sugar for wound healing. The Schoch Letter: The voice of the clinical dermatologist 2003;52(4):15.

8. Barnett JG, Barnett CR. Treatment of acne scars with liquid silicone injections: 30-year perspective. Dermatol Surg 2005;31:1542-1549.

9. Ward KM, Barnett C, Fox LP and Grossman ME. Eyelash trichomegaly associated with systemic tacrolimus. Arch Dermatol 2006 Feb;142(2): 248.

10. Zappi E, Barnett JG, Zappi ME and Barnett CR. The long term host response to liquid silicone injected during soft tissue augmentation procedures: a microscopic appraisal. Dermatol Surg 2007;33(2):S186-191.

11. Barnett JG and Barnett CR. Silicone augmentation of the lip. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am 2007;15(4):501-512.

12. Barnett CR, Seo S, Husain S and Grossman ME. Intravascular b-cell lymphoma: the role of skin biopsy. Am J of Dermatopathol 2008 June;30(3):295-9.

13. Barnett CR and Grossman ME. Cutaneous angiosarcoma with cutaneous metastases and persistent bilateral bloody pleural effusions: the importance of tissue biopsy (submitted).

Patient Testimonials


Dr. Channing Barnett is an excellent dermatologist. Professional, knowledgeable, personable and never keeps you waiting or rushes you. I would refer any friend or family member to Dr. Barnett. She is truly a great dermatologist!


I have been a patient of Dr. jay Barnett for about 20 years. I have been so happy with the care I get in the office. Then I met Dr. Channing and she is a plus to the office. I have sent at least 10 new patients including my 88 year-old mom. Need I say more about a great father and daughter team.


I went to Dr. Barnett because I have been experiencing horrible adult acne for the past three months. I tried every product from drugstore topical treatments, expensive designer or name brand products, and was prescribed some antibiotics and a topical cream, but nothing was working. It had all been very stressful and I felt like I lost all my self-confidence and was desperate to try something that would work.

Cathy T

I just want to say how pleased I am with my procedure! Dr. Jay Barnett did an excellent, precise job with the silicone injections into my acne scars. I can finally walk around with confidence. This had done wonders for my self image. I only wish we took after pictures to see the mind blowing difference


Dear Dr. Channing Barnett, The internet has made searching for a doctor much easier. We can research a doctor's education, experience, location and review comments made by other patients. Still, there is a lot of luck involved in selecting the right doctor. I was very lucky. From the moment I walked through the door of Barnett Dermatology, I knew I made the right choice. Great doctor! Great team. Not only would I highly recommend Barnett Dermatology, but I am planning to go back myself. Thanks for being you