Matthew Thompson, M.D., FAAD; Monica M. Romero, M.D., FAAD; David Davis, M.D., M.S., FACMS, FAAD; Daniel Davis, M.D.; Michael B. Chang, M.D., FAAD; Robert W. Walters, M.D., Ph.D., FAAD,.

Dr. Daniel A Davis

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From Your Doctor

Wear a high SPF sunscreen

Frequent applications are suggested. Most Dermatologists believe that SPF 15 is not enough, 45 SPF or higher broad spectrum is better.
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Dr. Daniel Davis graduated from medical school from the University of Colorado, School of Medicine, completing his residency in Dermatology at the University of Texas in Houston, Dr. Davis completed a Dermatopathology fellowship at the University of Texas in Galveston, TX, then went on to complete his dermatologic surgery fellowship from the University of Iowa School of Medicine. He continues to hold a position as Clinical Professor at the University of Arkansas and is now practicing in Albuquerque, New Mexico in private practice with Dermatology & Skin Cancer Center of NM. His interests include spending time with his family and the outdoors.

University of Colorado School of Medicine(Denver, CO, 1987-91)
University of Denver (Denver, CO, 1983-87)

University of Iowa School of Medicine Procedural Dermatology Fellowship (Iowa City, IA, 2000-03)
University of Texas Dermatopathology Fellowship (Galveston, TX, 1995-96)
University of Texas Dermatology Residency (Houston, TX, 1992-95)
University of Colorado School of Medicine Medicine Internship (Denver, CO, 1991-92)

Assistant professor University of Alabama Birmingham (1996-2000)

Assistant professor University of Iowa (2000-2003)
Assistant professor University of Arkansas (2003-2007)

Associate professor University of Arkansas (2007-2012)
Professor University of Arkansas (2012-2014)

Dermatology & Skin Cancer Center of NM

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Mohs Surgeon January 2014-Current

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We contribute to Habitat for Humanity, Casa Esperanza, Roadrunner Food Bank, Wounded Warrior, Albuquerque Symphony...