J. Scott Henning, D.O.
Dr. J Scott Henning received his dermatology training at one of the premier dermatology training programs in the country, New York University and Bellevue Hospital, where he also had the honor of serving as Chief Resident. He is a board certified dermatologist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. Additionally, he has a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Texas, San Antonio. He has been a member of Princeton Dermatology Associates since 2012 and is a senior leader in the practice. A “NJ Top Doc”, Dr. Henning has been featured in Healthy Living Magazine.
Dr. Henning provides high-quality, individualized care, with a focus on medical and pediatric dermatology. He is an expert in epiluminescent skin microscopy (dermatoscopy), a skin microscope that evaluates pigmented lesions, or moles of the skin. This is a revolutionary tool that increases accuracy when evaluating pigmented lesions or moles and avoids unnecessary biopsies.
Aside from his expertise in dermatoscopy, Dr Henning has a special interest in Psoriasis and Urticiara (hives). He utilizes the latest systemic therapies to treat complex skin diseases. He is a frequent lecturer in the treatment of Psoriasis, Acne and Eczema.
He has also served our country as a U.S. Army Veteran and was an attending physician at the Brooke Army Medical Center, the United States Army’s top-of-the-line dermatology residency program, where he served as the Chief of the Dermatology service. During his fifteen years in the Army, he served as an Army physician during two combat tours in Iraq and Kosovo.
During his extensive career, he has traveled the globe delivering key lectures on a variety of dermatological topics, has authored more than 30 peer-reviewed publications in medical journals, and still teaches medical dermatology to rotating students in his Hillsborough office.
Dr. Henning and his wife have two active school-age children. He loves spending time with his family, wood working, fishing and enjoying the arts. He is active in his community and volunteers as the medical director of a local summer camp.