Scott Naughton has enjoyed a diverse and rewarding career in the medical markets. He has served as a high-level advisor to C-level executives at start-up companies and to world-renowned physicians in the plastic surgery and cosmetic dermatology markets.
He is the Founder of Naughton Braintrust, a boutique consulting firm specializing in assembling specific, targeted intellects to develop and implement protocols to successfully resolve even the most challenging projects. Accepted engagements are often “stealth” mode, strictly confidential assignments.
He has participated in the Senior Management of several medical devices and medical service start-ups. He has held COO positions within large and small medical practices.
From this experience he developed FractalMetrics™, a proprietary medical management protocol, resulting in very significant improvements in revenue, procurement logistics and all other aspects of managing a medical practice.
Examples of start-up companies where Scott Naughton played an integral role: DermaGraphix, the first standardized digital skin lesion mapping system for finding and tracking skin cancers; Mirror Image, the leading morphing and image database software used by dermatologists and plastic surgeons, and Ivivi Technologies, which created a targeted, signal-specific miniaturized PEMF technology that materially increased wound closure rates and drastically reduced patient care costs.
After receiving her master’s degree in microbiology from Boston University, Dr. Baldwin spent two years as a research associate in the immunoparisitology laboratory of Dr. John David at Harvard Medical School. She then returned to Boston University for her medical training.
She completed a medical internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital and then returned to her roots for her dermatology residency and chief residency at New York University Hospital. Since finishing her residency and obtaining her board certification, she joined the faculty at the State University of New York at Brooklyn. She is currently an Associate Professor and the Vice Chair of the Department of Dermatology. Since joining the faculty she has developed interests in acne and keloid scarring. She has published and lectured extensively on these topics, as well as many others throughout dermatology.