After completing a Bachelor of Arts from University of New Orleans, Dr. Rose obtained a Master of Science from University of Southern Mississippi. She later attended LSU School of Medicine, obtaining her M.D. degree in 1993.
Dr. Rose did her internship in the Department of Internal Medicine, LSU Medical Center, and did her residency training in the Department of Dermatology, LSU Medical Center. Her training was in all areas of dermatology, including general dermatology, dermatophathology, contact dermatitis cosmetic dermatology, laser surgery, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, radiation therapy, PUVA, Moh’s micrographic surgery, and immunosuppressive therapy in dermatology.
Dr. Rose began practicing general and cosmetic dermatology in 1997 with her late father and began her own practice in 2004 as Rose Dermatology and Laser Center, LLC.
Dr. Rose is a Fellow with the American Academy of Dermatology and is a member of the Women’s Dermatology Society, the Louisiana Medical Society, the Jefferson Parish Medical Society, the Louisiana Dermatology Society, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, and the American Contact Dermatitis Society.
Dr. Rose has presented papers and lectures in various aspects of dermatology, and has trained other physicians and their assistants in the use and applications of cosmetic lasers on behalf of laser manufacturers.
Dr. Rose is married, has two children, and presently resides in Mandeville, Louisiana.