|Camila Janniger M.D.|
|Licensure||New Jersey, California, Poland|
|Board Certification||American Board of Dermatology|
Camila K. Janniger M.D. was born Kamila Barbara Krysicka in the elegant Baltic seaside resort-town of Sopot, once part of the Free State of Gdansk. Her mother is a hero of the Warsaw Uprising and of Polish nobel lineage being from the Łodyia family. Her father, Stanisław Krysicki is a former public prosecutor who escaped by bicycling hundreds of miles into Romania as the Soviet Union and Germany began World War II by invading Poland, eventually fighting in France and being evacuated to England, where he ultimately met and married her mother once her final prison camp was liberated.
Camila was raised in Warsaw, where she completed all her education, graduating from the Medical University of Warsaw in 1984. She was active in Catholic student associations and a founder of the Solidarity medical student movement, risking arrest alongside colleagues to oppose communism. While a tourist visiting her brother in New Jersey a few months after graduation, she visited a nearby American medical school, where she met and ultimately married an expatriate Californian. She took one of his family names, Janniger, and began her career with a rotating internship at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, followed by her dermatology residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
Dr. Janniger is board certified in Dermatology. She was appointed Clinical Assistant Professor and Chief of Pediatric Dermatology in 1990, and was promoted to Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology and Pediatrics at the New Jersey Medical School in 1995. She was promoted to Clinical Professor in 2002. She has been a member of the editorial board of Cutis since 1991. In 1992 she was named as founding Pediatric Dermatology editor, a position she retains. She is also a member of the editorial boards of Medical Mycology and Clinical Dermatology and is a managing editor of eMedicine Dermatology. She has edited 2 monographs, and is the author of 32 book chapters, 142 articles and 21 other publications. She was elected a Charter Member of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, New Jersey Medical School Chapter, is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, served a three year term as a Member of the National Tuberous Sclerosis Association Professional Advisory Board, and was named in Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare in its first edition.