Patients may benefit from participating in ongoing studies of new drugs, devices and therapies. Our dermatologists have access to clinical trials involving disorders such as psoriasis, eczema, itching, skin cancer, cutaneous T cell lymphoma and alopecia.
For complex conditions, our dermatologists work with specialists, such as genetics; blood disorders (hematology); interventional radiology; cardiology; neonatology; cancer; eye; ear, nose and throat; plastic surgery; and arthritis and autoimmune disorders (rheumatology).
As researchers and educators for the University of Minnesota Medical School, our dermatologists bring in-depth knowledge to their clinical practice. The physicians listed on this page are full-time faculty at the University of Minnesota.
The Department of Dermatology and the Division of Rheumatology, Department of Internal Medicine, have also joined together to create an interdisciplinary team dedicated to caring for patients with rheumatologic diseases associated with skin disease. We are proud to provide the highest level of care to patients with complex autoimmune disorders, as well as specially trained physicians who bring in-depth knowledge to their clinical practice.