Dr. Eliot Battle is a nationally and internationally renowned dermatologist and the CEO and co-founder of Cultura Dermatology and Laser Center. The global community regards Dr. Battle as one of the world’s best cosmetic dermatologist and laser experts. His groundbreaking center, Cultura, has become an important destination for patients all over the world seeking his expertise as well as physicians seeking advance training.
Dr. Battle's research at Harvard University helped pioneer the new generation of "color blind" cosmetic lasers opening up the field to patients of all cultures, regardless of skin color or ethnicity. Dr. Battle is one of the most sought out speakers in the cosmetic dermatology and laser industry and is consistently interviewed in the media as a world expert in skin care. He is renown in the industry for his ability to safely and effectively treat patients regardless of ethnicity or skin color.
Dr. Battle's numerous national academic honors and awards, which include: induction into Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society and recognition as a National Institute of Health research scholar. Dr. Battle and his center have also been awarded numerous business awards including Emerging Business of the Year Award by the Washington Chamber of Commerce; the Business Leader Award by the Washington Business Journal and selected as consistently selected among the Top Doctors, Laser surgeons and dermatologist.
Dr. Battle has been featured as an expert in the field of cosmetic therapy in hundreds of international, national and local media appearances including:
Dr. Battle is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society of Laser Medicine & Surgery, and numerous International Societies. He is past Chairman of the Dermatology Section of the National Medical Association and past President of the Howard University Medical Alumni Association.
Dr. Battle often states that he stands on the shoulder of Giants. Both of Dr. Battle’s parents were renowned educators and have public schools in Columbia, MO named after them. Dr. Battle’s maternal great-grandfather, Dr. Roger Williams, graduated from Meharry Medical School in 1900 and was the second African-American physician in Mobile, AL. His great aunt, Dr. Ariel Holloway, was part of the Harlem Renaissance and has an elementary school named for her in Mobile, AL.
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