From common diseases to complicated ones, faculty members in USU'S Department of Dermatology teach medical students, residents and staff physicians important lessons about skin. This knowledge is harnessed inside the military's best hospitals to treat a host of skin-related problems, from psoriasis and rosacea to immune disorders and cancer.
Besides educating the next generation of uniformed physicians, faculty members at USU also push research boundaries through original investigations that happen on campus and through collaborations with leading dermatologists in the world's best laboratories. This cutting-edge work continues improving all levels of skin care, from earlier diagnoses for troubling, sometimes life-threatening diseases to better, more comprehensive treatments for healthier uniformed forces.
Explore these web pages to learn more about dermatology education and research at USU.