- Parkland Memorial Hospital
- University Of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
- Ulcerative Colitis Get the facts about ulcerative colitis, including what causes it, signs and symptoms, and complications that can arise from the condition.
- Psoriatic Arthritis Get the facts about psoriatic arthritis, including who gets it, the symptoms, and the different types.
- Adult Asthma Get the facts about adult asthma, including who gets it, what triggers it, and how allergies can affect it.
- Fibromyalgia Get the facts about fibromyalgia, including the symptoms and conditions that may be related to it.
- View All Care Guides Prepare for your next visit with our extensive library of Care Guides
About Dr. Richard C Wang MD
Dr. Richard C Wang, MD is a doctor primarily located in Dallas, TX, with other offices in Dallas, TX and Dallas, TX( and 3 other locations). They have 14 years of experience. Their specialties include Dermatology.
Dr. Richard C Wang has 5 locations
ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
Dr. Richard C Wang has the following 1 SPECIALTIES
Dr. Richard C Wang has the following 14 expertise
- Actinic Keratosis
- Atopic Dermatitis
- Basal Cell
- Skin Biopsy
- Acne (Acne Vulgaris)
- Skin Cancer
- Acne Rosacea
Compassionate Doctor Recognition (2010, 2014)
Compassionate Doctor certification is granted to physicians who treat their patients with the utmost kindness. The honor is granted based on a physician's overall and bedside manner scores.
Patients' Choice Award (2010, 2011, 2014)
Patients' Choice recognition reflects the difference a particular physician has made in the lives of his/her patients. The honor is bestowed to physicians who have received near perfect scores, as voted by patients.
14 Years Experience
Graduated in 2006
Dr. Richard C Wang Accepts the Following Insurance
More about Dr. Richard C Wang
Dr. Wang grew up in Houston and received his B.S. from Stanford University. He then enrolled in the Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program in New York. He completed his graduate work with Titia de Lange at The Rockefeller University where he studied the role of telomeres in the growth of both normal and transformed cells. After receiving his MD from Cornell in 2006, he returned to Texas to complete his internship in internal medicine and residency in dermatology at UT Southwestern. He received support from the UTSW Physician Scientist Training Program and the Dermatology Foundation to do a research fellowship with Beth Levine. Currently, his research focuses on whether autophagy, a cellular recycling process, can prevent the development of non-melanoma skin cancer. Another area of interest in the lab is human polyomaviruses and their role in skin diseases, including cancer. Research in the laboratory is supported by a K08 grant from the NIH/NCI and a Career Award for Medical Scientists from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. Dr. Wang practices general dermatology and has an interest in immunosuppressed patients with skin cancers or viral infections.