Dr. Scope is a board-certified dermatologist, director of the melanoma and pigmented lesion clinic at Sheba Medical Center and a research tract senior lecturer at Tel Aviv University. After graduating from his MD studies (Magna Cum Laude) at Tel Aviv University and dermatology residency (Honors) at Sheba Medical Center, Dr. Scope completed a Dermato-oncology fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York and a Dermato-pathology fellowship at the Ackerman Academy in New York. He is an internationally recognized expert in dermoscopy and confocal microscopy. He has co-authored over 120 publications in peer-reviewed journals and 27 scientific book chapters, with a major focus on diagnosis and non-invasive imaging of melanoma and nevi. In recognition of his research achievements, Dr. Scope received in 2009 the prestigious “Paolo Carli Award” for Scientific Excellence and World-Leading Contributions to Dermoscopic Research between the years 2006-2009, granted at the 2nd World Congress of Dermoscopy. Dr. Scope gave in 2012 the keynote lecture on nevogenesis at the 3rd World Congress of Dermoscopy in Brisbane, Australia and in 2015 a plenary lecture on diagnosis of nevi in children at the 4th World Congress of Dermoscopy in Vienna. In 2016, he received the “Friedberg Fund Award” for Research in Medicine granted by the Israel Science Foundation.