Casey Carlos, MD, PhD
Hometowns: Pittsburgh, PA & Seattle, WA
First moved to Seattle: 1985, back again in 2015
College: The Pennsylvania State University
Medical & Graduate School: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Dermatology Residency: University of Pennsylvania, Chief Resident 2010-2011
Dermatopathology Fellowship: University of Michigan
Dr. Carlos joined Dermatology Arts in 2016 after practicing dermatology and dermatopathology for three years at the University of California San Diego. As a child, she attended Assumption School (now Assumption-St. Bridget’s) in Seattle’s Ravenna/Bryant neighborhood. Her family, originally from Pittsburgh, took her back to the East Coast for high school where she remained to complete her advanced training. After several years back East, her extended family decided to return to the Pacific Northwest for good.
Dr. Carlos is passionate about patient-centered care. She served as Chief Resident at the University of Pennsylvania & as residency program co-director at UCSD. She has received local and national teaching awards. In addition to working at Dermatology Arts, she holds an appointment with the University of Washington Division of Dermatology through which she staffs the Hansen’s disease clinic two half-days a month. She enjoys caring for patients of all ages and with any type of skin issue. She is particularly interested in infectious disease and tropical dermatology.
In her non-dermatology time, Dr. Carlos being outdoors, reading, and spending time with her family including her one-year-old son and ten-year-old pit bull. She and her sisters are determined to experience each of the fifty-eight US national parks together. Dr. Carlos and her sisters have visited thirty-six (and counting!) National Parks!