Daniel Walker, MD, earned his medical degree from UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas in 2012. Through his pursuit of professional training, Dr. Walker went on to complete both an internship in internal medicine in 2013 and a residency in dermatology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Science in Little Rock, Arkansas in 2016, where he served as chief dermatology resident.
An accomplished writer, Dr. Walker has published in multiple academic journals on various dermatologic conditions. He has volunteered his time and skills on mission trips to the Philippines and donates his expertise to a variety of local service organizations; spending time at charity based dermatology clinics and free skin cancer screening events.
Dr. Walker pursued dermatology out of the desire to positively affect the overall quality of life for his patients. He has a special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis, acne, rosacea, eczema, melanoma and other skin cancers, warts and hair loss.
In his spare time, Dr. Walker enjoys spending time with his children, drawing, playing guitar, and writing. Dr. Walker has written for a variety of news media as a food writer, columnist, and critic. He has been published in numerous publications, including D Magazine, Arkansas Times, Savvy Kids, Arkansas Life and The Encyclopedia of Arkansas.
Dr. Walker is now excited to be returning to sunny Texas with his family to practice dermatology in Grapevine and Fort Worth, Texas.
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“I believe that the best skin care requires staying current on modern advances in medicine and remaining up-to-date on emerging therapies for the complex skin problems we see. I want my patients to feel that they are getting the treatment plan that best fits their skin condition, and that they’ll always leave their clinic visits feeling confident and assured that they’re getting the best dermatologic care available.”
– Daniel Walker, MD