Board Certified Dermatologist, researcher and educator
Alex Khadavi, MD., FAAD, is an Associate Professor of University of Southern California and is the founder of Advanced Skin and Hair, a company committed to developing innovative and effective products for hair loss, hormonal acne and anti-aging skin care.
After graduating with honors from George Washington University School of Medicine, Dr. Khadavi completed a fellowship at the National Institutes of Health in the development of novel skin cancer treatments. He completed his residency in Dermatology at the University of California, San Francisco, earning several distinguished awards, including the honor of being Chief Resident of Dermatology.
He is passionate about delivering personal care to each of his patients and his extensive research on a variety of skin conditions enables him to treat difficult skin disorders beyond the scope of traditional dermatology.
Dr. Khadavi is a national trainer for Botox®, Juvaderm®, Dysport®, Restylane®, and Advanced Laser Treatments. He is an expert in the most advanced medical and surgical treatments of skin cancer, including melanoma
Dr. Alex Khadavi, MD, Associate Professor at USC, is our chief cosmetic surgeon and a UCLA medical school graduate. He is an expert in skin cancer treatments, surgical dermatology, and cosmetic injectables, including Botox® and Juvederm®. Through his extensive experience and research in skin cancer, anti-aging, acne, and hair loss, Dr. Khadavi is an authority in the approach and treatment of these conditions.
Dr. Alan Khadavi is an experienced allergist who treats all allergy and asthma related conditions. He sees both adult and pediatric patients. Alan Khadavi, M.D., received his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook, graduating magna cum laude. He was named a member of the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society. He then graduated from medical school at the State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn.
Dr. Khadavi completed his pediatric residency at Schneider Children’s Hospital in New York, and then went on to complete his allergy and immunology fellowship at Long Island College Hospital. He is board-certified in adult and pediatric allergy/immunology.
He has been cited in nationwide journals and has participated in research and drug trials. He also teaches medical students and residents about current allergy care and treatment.
Dr. Khadavi also attends continuing medical education programs regularly in order to provide the most current, highest quality health care to our patients. He is also interested in community education and involved in conducting health fairs on a regular basis.
First of all I would like to welcome you to my blog. This is a very exciting day for me to be able to communicate with the world. The first thing I would like to do is thank the people who are most important to me in making all this happen. First and foremost I would like to thank Dr. Ali Sadrieh for allowing me to join the evo team and be a part of an evolution of medicine. It’s funny, being a big sports fan I usually reference some aspect of sports to my life. For me this is like playing along side one of your childhood idols. When I got into medicine and podiatry I had heard of Dr. Ali Sadrieh on numerous occasions. I would see Dr. Sadrieh on TV shows and read about him all over.
I started to become a huge fan and admirer. I remember the first time meeting Dr. Sadrieh and thinking to myself, “this is my Michael Jordan” and that he isn’t just a podiatrist but much more. I now find myself working along side who I think is the greatest of all time, and I can’t be more excited and proud. Without him none of this would be possible at this time.
Lastly I would like to thank my parents and my sister. I would not be where I am today if it were not for you. These 3 have been with me through all the ups and downs it takes to get to this level. They have heard it all, from me complaining about staying up all night for exams, to doing a 36 hour shift during my intern year. They were the ones that continued to support and push me through to get me to where I am today. Bahram, Lily, and Jennifer I can’t thank you enough and tell all 3 of you how much I love you.
Now comes the ethos if you will of evo. Joining evo and Dr. Sadrieh was a very important step for me in my life. Knowing and speaking to Dr. Sadrieh, I knew that at evo the patient is always what comes first. At evo it is a mantra that is believed and it is not only the physicians who believe in it, but the whole team. At evo I know that when the patient walks through the door, they will know they came to the right place for their treatment and it will continue throughout their “flight.”
This is the next step in a young physicians life which I have been waiting to happen for a long time. The next chapter is being written and it is always exciting to see what the future holds. I hope everyone enjoys the ride. Welcome to the practice of the #future.