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Sarah Ann Myers CV

Professor of Dermatology
Duke Box 3852, Durham, NC 27710
Duke University Medical Center, PO Box 3852, Durham, NC 27710


My focus is on medical dermatology, particularly patients who are immunocompromised. My clinical career in Dermatology has focused on dermatologic problems in HIV+ patients and solid organ transplant recipients, as well as patients who are immunocompromised for other medical conditions. I established the Duke Dermatology Transplant Clinic with the goal to provide early identification and prompt treatment of skin cancers in SOTRs by providing easy access, assessment of risk, patient education, early biopsy, field therapy for pre-cancers, medical therapeutic modification of risks if possible, and coordinated care with surgery, oncology or radiation therapy when indicated. In September 2022, I retired from the Duke Outpatient clinical service and now serve as an attending physician at the Durham VA Health System. I continue to provide Inpatient Dermatology for the Duke Health system as member of the consult team addressing the specialized multidisciplinary care of hospitalized patients with skin disease. 

Key words: SOTR, Immunocompromised Patients, Skin Cancer, Inpatient Dermatology

Current Appointments & Affiliations

Professor of Dermatology · 2017 - Present Dermatology, Clinical Science Departments

Education, Training & Certifications

Duke University · 1989 M.D.
Stanford University · 1985 B.A.