Dr. Jacqueline M Junkins-Hopkins is a dermatologist and dermatopathologist on faculty at the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA, where she is an academic Dermatopathologist and Cutaneous Lymphoma Consultant. Additionally, she is adjunct faculty at St Luke’s University Health Network in Easton, PA, where she teaches Dermatopathology to the Dermatology residents, and she conducts Dermatopathology teaching sessions for the Dermatology residents at the University of Virginia.
She received her medical degree at Johns Hopkins Medical Institution. She completed an Internal Medicine residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, a Dermatology residency at University of Virginia, and a Dermatopathology fellowship at Harvard Medical School. Prior to arriving at Geisinger, she was on faculty at the University of Pennsylvania Department of Dermatology, was Director of Dermatopathology at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and was a staff Dermatopathologist at the Ackerman Academy of Dermatopathology.
She has published numerous papers and chapters related to cutaneous lymphoproliferative disorders and neutrophilic dermatoses, as well as on a variety of other inflammatory and neoplastic disorders. She speaks nationally and internationally on a variety of topics, with a focus on cutaneous lymphoma, inflammatory dermatopathology, and clinical-pathologic correlation.