Jerry D. Brewer MD, MSProfessor of Dermatology and Program Director, Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
Dr. Jerry Brewer has been a member of the Mayo Clinic staff since 2009. Currently, he serves as the Dermatologic Surgery Fellowship program director and is a Professor of Dermatology at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. Dr. Brewer’s areas of interest include cutaneous oncology; Mohs micrographic surgery; skin cancer in immunosuppressed patients; laser therapy; vascular surgery (for venous insufficiency); hyperhidrosis; lymphoma associated skin cancer; melanoma epidemiology; Merkel cell carcinoma, and Extra-mammary Paget’s Disease. Dr. Brewer received the Richard K. Winkelmann Research Award in 2008 and the Career Development Award from the Dermatology Foundation in 2009. Dr. Brewer’s research efforts have included the association of lymphoma and skin cancer, skin cancer in transplant recipients, and melanoma epidemiology. Dr. Brewer also received the Karis Award in 2012 by the Saint Marys Hospital Sponsorship Board. Dr. Brewer is the father of 7, and enjoys spending time with family outside of work. In addition, Dr. Brewer’s interests outside of Mayo Clinic include Running (he has participated and successfully completed 4 marathons so far), cooking (and is an avid fan of Bon Appetite Magazine), coaching soccer (which he has done for the past 9 years now) taekwondo (is currently a black belt), and medical humanitarian missions (he has been involved in 3 medical missions to Guatemala so far).
DisclosuresDr. Brewer has no disclosures.
Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:
- Clinical Factors Impacting Clear Margins of Primary Melanoma in Situ With Conventional Excision
- Intralesional 5-Fluorouracil for Treatment of Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer
- Antibiotic Stewardship for Postoperative Infections in Mohs Surgery
- Practice Habits of Mohs Surgeons Treating Melanoma With Mohs Surgery
- Overall Survival in Melanoma of the Head and Neck Treated With Mohs Micrographic Surgery vs Wide Local Excision
- Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Wide Local Excision for the Treatment of Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans