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Susan Elizabeth Dozier, M.D.


Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology

The University of Texas Medical Branch

 

8240 North MoPac Expressway, Suite 355

Austin, TX 78759

(512) 527-9020


Biographical:         

 

D.O.B.                12/07/60, Whittier, California

                            U.S. citizen

                                                                                             

Undergraduate and Medical Education:

 

1982                    Brigham Young University

                            Provo, Utah

                            B.S. Degree in Chemistry


1989                    The University of Texas Medical Branch

                            Galveston, Texas

                            M.D. Degree

 

Postgraduate Education:

 

1989-1990           Internship in Internal Medicine

                            The New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center

                            New York, New York


1990-1993           Residency in Dermatology

                            The University of Texas Medical Branch

                            Galveston, Texas


1993-1994           Fellowship in Dermatologic Surgery/Mohs

                            Micrographic Surgery

                            Division of Dermatology, Washington University

                            St. Louis, Missouri

 

Professional and Teaching Experience:

 

1996- present      Consulting and surgical privileges:

                            Seton (Main and Northwest) Hospital,

                            Brackenridge Hospital, Children’s Hospital

 

1996- present      Clinical Assistant Professor

                            Department of Dermatology

                            The University of Texas Medical Branch

                            Galveston, Texas

 

1994-1996           Assistant Professor

                            Department of Dermatology

                            Roswell Park Cancer Institute

                            Buffalo, New York

 

1994-1996           Clinical Assistant Professor

                            Department of Dermatology

                            State University of New York at Buffalo

 

1993-1994           Instructor

                            Department of Internal Medicine,

                            Division of Dermatology

                            Washington University

                            St. Louis, Missouri

 

1992-1993           Chief Resident and Assistant Instructor

                            Department of Dermatology

                            University of Texas Medical Branch

                            Galveston, Texas

 

Work Experience:

 

1994-1996           Attending Dermatologists

                            Roswell Park Cancer Institute

                            Buffalo, New York

 

1996-1999           Staff Dermatologist & Mohs Surgeon

                            Austin Regional Clinic

                            Austin, Texas

 

1999-2002           Mohs & Dermatologic Surgeon

                            Balcones Dermatology Associates, P.A.

                            Austin, Texas


2002- present      President, Mohs & Dermatologic Surgeon

                            Cutaneous Surgery Center of Austin

                            Austin, Texas

 

Committee Responsibilities:

 

1998-2006           Laser Safety Committee

                            Seton Hospital, Austin, Texas

 

2001                    Dermatology Foundation

                            Vice-Chairman for Texas for Leader’s Society campaign

 

2001                    Austin Dermatological Society

                            President

 

2002-2008           Texas Medical Association

                            Physicians Oncology Education Program

                            Dermatology Representative

 

Memberships in Scientific/Professional Societies:

 

1991- present      American Academy of Dermatology

1993- present      American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery               

1994- present      American College of Mohs Surgery

1995- present      American Society for Dermatology Surgery

1996- present      Travis County Medical Society

1997- present      Austin Dermatological Society

1998- present      Texas Dermatological Society

  

Certification:

 

1993                    Diplomat, American Board of Dermatology

2001                    Recertification

2012                    Recertification

 

Licensure:

 

1990                    Texas State License # H8011

 

Honors:

 

Undergraduate

 

Member of Phi Eta Sigma (Freshman Honor Society), 1979; Member of Blue Key (Academic Service Society), 1979 Chemistry Research Scholarship, 1981 University Honors Program, 1978 - 1982

 

Medical School

 

Competitive Academic Scholarship, 1987; Dean's list, 1987,1988; Alpha Omega Alpha, 1988; Thomas Freese Award for Excellence in Dermatology, 1989; Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citation for Scholastic Achievement, 1989; Graduated with High Honors, 1989

 

Residency

 

British Association of Dermatology Fellowship, 1992; Second Place, Mohamed Amer Award, VI I Zagazig International Conference of Dermatology and Venereology, 1992


Bibliography:

 

1.         Buzello W, Williams CH, Chandra P, Watkins ML, Dozier SE. Vecuronium and Porcine Malignant Hyperthermia. Anesthesia and Analgesia 64:515-9, 1985.

 

2.         Ilias WK, Williams CH, Fulfer RT, Dozier SE. Diltiazem Inhibits Halothane-Induced Contractions in Malignant Hyperthermia-Susceptible Muscle In Vitro. British Journal of Anaesthesia 57:994-6, 1985.

 

3.         Williams CH, Dozier SE, Buzello W, Gehrke CW, Wong JK, Gerhardt KO. Plasma Levels of Norepinephrine and Epinephrine During Malignant Hyperthermia in Susceptible Pigs. Journal of Chromatography 344:71-80, 1985.

 

4.         Williams CH, Dozier SE, Shanklin MD. Metabolic Rate in Malignant Hyperthermia Susceptible (MHS) Pigs. Swine in Biomedical Research 1:573-582, 1986.

 

5.        Williams CH, Hardaway RE, Dozier SE. Hemorrhagic and Simulated Traumatic Shock Studies in Domestic Pigs. Swine in Biomedical Research 3:1445-1449, 1986.


6.         Ilias WK, Fulfer RT, Williams CH, Dozier SE. Atracurium and Vecuronium: Interaction with Three Orally Administered Calcium Antagonists in Animal Experiments. Der Anesthetist 36(9):474-9, 1987.

 

7.         Williams CH, Dozier SE, Gehrke CW, Gerhardt KO, Wong JK Plasma Catecholamine Levels During Malignant Hyperthermia. Experimental Malignant Hyperthermia, Charles Williams, Editor, Springer?Verlag, pp.7-19, 1988.

 

8.         Williams CH, Dozier SE, Farias M. Hemodynamics in Malignant Hyperthermia Susceptible Pigs During Malignant Hyperthermia. Ibid pp.30?45.

 

9.         Ilias WK, Williams CH, Dozier SE, Fulfer RT. In Vitro Studies of Drugs Affecting Malignant Hyperthermia Muscle. Ibid pp-78?90.

 

10.       Dozier SE, Newman C, Diven DG, Tyring SK Persistent Oral and Vaginal Ulcerations in a Hispanic Female. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 117:686-89, 1991.

 

11.       Buenger KM, Porter NC, Dozier SE, Wagner RF. Localized Multiple Neurilemmomas of the Lower Extremity. Cutis 51:36-38, 1993.

 

12.       Dozier SE. Tinea Nigra. Clinical Dermatology, D. Joseph Demis, Editor, J.B. Lippincott; Philadelphia, Vol 3, Unit 17-3, pp.1-5, 1993.

 

13.       Dozier SE, Diven DG, Jones D, Brysk M, Sanchez RL, Motamedi M. The Q?Switched Alexandrite Laser's Effects on Tattoos in Guinea Pigs and Harvested Human Skin. Dermatol Surg. 21:237-40, 1995.

 

14.      Orihuela E, Tyring SK, Pow-Sang M, Dozier SE, Cirelli R, Arany 1, Rady P, Sanchez R. Development of Human Papillornavirus Type 16 Associated Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Scrotum in a Patient with Darier's Disease Treated with Systemic Isotretinoin. J Urol. 153:1940­ 43, 1995.

 

15.       Dozier SE, Jones TR, Nelson-Adesokan P, Hruza GJ. Lymphoepithelioma?like Carcinoma of the Skin Treated by Mohs Micrographic Surgery. Dermatol Surg. 21:690-694, 1995.

 

16.       Dozier SE, Wagner RF Jr., Black SA,Terracina J. Beachfront Screening of Texas Gulfcoast Surfers for Skin Cancer. Southern Medical Journal 90:55-58, 1996.

 

17.       Oseroff AR, Dozier SE. Photodynamic Therapy. in Cutaneous Oncology, Stanley Miller and Mary Maloney, Editors, Blackwell Science; Cambridge, MA, pp. 695-8, 1996.

 

18.      Diven DG, Dozier SE, Meyer DJ, Smith EB. Bacteriology of inflamed and uninflamed epidermal cysts. Archives of Dermatology. 134(1):49-51, 1998.

 

19.         Bernstein ZP, Wilson BD, Oseroff AR, Jones CM, Dozier SE, Brooks JS, Cheney R, Foulke L, Mang TS, Bellnier DA, Dougherty TJ. Photofrin photodynamic therapy for treatment of AIDS-related cutaneous Kaposi’s sarcoma. AIDS. 13 (13):1697-704, 1999.

 

20.      Vargas G, Readinger A, Dozier SE, Welch AJ. Morphological Changes in Blood Vessels Produced by Hyperosmotic Agents and Measured by Optical Coherence Tomography. Photochem Photobiology. 77(5):541-549, 2003.