Richard Usatine, MD

Professor, Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, Medicine, Assistant Director, Medical Humanities Education, Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics, Professor, Family and Community Medicine, University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San Antonio; Medical Director, University Health System Skin Clinic; Physician

FMX Sessions: Integumentary: Dermoscopy, CME408, CME409, CME410; Integumentary: Electrosurgery and Cryosurgery, CME416; Integumentary: Skin Cancer Update: 2015, CME067, CME068; Gastrointestinal/ Hematology/Immune/ Integumentary: Oncology Track, CME301

Dr. Usatine is a family physician in San Antonio, TX, with special training in dermatology. A professor at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, he has taught for 29 years and is the director of the only underserved dermatology fellowship for family physicians in the country. As chair of the AAFP Skin Problems and Diseases Course, he has given lectures on more than 25 topics related to skin diseases.  Dr. Usatine is the lead author of 7 medical textbooks and all of these books have large sections devoted to skin procedures and diseases. In 2000, Dr. Usatine received the second Association of American Medical Colleges Humanism in Medicine award, and, in 2010, he received the Distinguished Teaching Professor award from the University of Texas Board of Regents.