Dr. Vlahovic is a Clinical Professor at Temple University and is a J. Stanley and Pearl Landau Faculty Fellow.
She graduated from Yale University before attending Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine and completed her residency at St. Luke’s University Hospital in Allentown, PA.
Dr. Vlahovic was the first podiatrist in the United States to complete a fellowship in podiatric dermatology. At Temple, Dr. Vlahovic offers novel approaches for podiatric skin concerns such as laser, and microwave therapy for warts. She was the first in the country to offer patients Keryflex to restore the cosmetic appearance of their nails.
Dr. Vlahovic’s accomplishments in the field include 56 peer-reviewed papers, 13 completed studies as the Principal Investigator, three textbooks, numerous book chapters, and accolades for teaching podiatric dermatology at Temple.