For over 25 years, Dr. Marie-Ange Tardieu, the medical director of Anoki Skin Clinic, has helped patients with a diverse array of skin conditions, wrinkles, and facial deformities to achieve healthier, younger, more radiant and beautiful skin and image. As a leading skin specialist, cosmetic physician and surgeon, Dr. Tardieu provides medical and cosmetic treatments to an ethnically diverse clientele of all ages.
Dr. Tardieu received her medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She trained in general surgery at Montefiore Hospital, and did a Burn, Wound, and Surgical ICU Fellowship at Jacobi Hospital in New York. She subsequently trained in plastic surgery at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington D.C.
Dr. Tardieu is a medical historian who has traveled widely to learn about the science and art of medicine as practiced throughout the world. She is also a philanthropist, who over the years, has provided free reconstructive surgery to children afflicted with facial deformities living in South America, Eastern Europe, and the Caribbean. Her philanthropic work abroad has been featured in the New York Times and in other media.
Dr. Tardieu is the author of “The Elements of Size: Issues in Body Image,” and “The Journey to Einstein: Jewish Doctors Through History.” Her other books: “The Covenants of Eating: Why French People Don’t Get Fat,” and “Doctors and Nurses in History” are currently in print.