Dr. Maya Raiman grew up in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan before moving to the East Coast to attend Princeton University, where she graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Art & Archaeology. She enjoyed a brief career in the art world, working at two art galleries in New York City before earning a master’s degree in art history at Columbia University. She then turned her focus to medicine and after completing a post-baccalaureate premedical program at Johns Hopkins University, she attended medical school at the University of Michigan.
During medical school, Dr. Raiman was selected for a highly competitive one-year clinical research fellowship, earning a master’s degree from the School of Public Health. She completed residency with the University of Michigan Department of Dermatology, during which time she worked as a sub-investigator for several psoriasis clinical research trials. She is now thrilled to be living in Knoxville with her husband, Stephen, and is looking forward to providing the best dermatological care to the greater Knoxville community.
Dr. Raiman has clinical interests in medical, surgical and pediatric dermatology. She is also focused on skin cancer surveillance and patient education. When she isn’t working, Dr. Raiman enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running, cooking, reading, and serving on the board of The Joyce Ivy Foundation, a non-profit foundation that provides scholarships for deserving high school women.