Dr. Simone Stalling joined U.S. Dermatology Partners following her dermatology residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in western Pennsylvania. She credits her experience working in the Skin Cancer and Pigmented Lesion Clinic for providing her with a wealth of insight into the intricacies of diagnosing complex skin conditions as well as refining her use of diagnostic technology and surgical expertise. She gained additional experience learning to employ a wide range of cosmetic treatments.
Dr. Stalling completed her undergraduate studies in Chemical Engineering as a Meyerhoff Scholar at the University of Maryland, where she competed as a student-athlete in Division I lacrosse and field hockey until deciding to devote all of her time to medicine. In her doctoral studies, she earned dual degrees from both the bioengineering and medical schools at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Later, she completed a year-long internal medicine internship at Temple University Hospital. Moving to Tyler brings Dr. Stalling closer to her family while practicing her passion for dermatology and allowing her to maintain her love for animals, physical activities and international foods.
Watch as Dr. Simone Stalling discusses sunburns on cloudy days with CBS 19.
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“I believe clear communication with my patients regarding the diagnosis of their skin condition, medical options and expectations is vital to ensuring comprehensive treatment and successful results.”
– Simone Stalling, MD, PhD