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Associate Residency Program DirectorClinical Assistant Professor of DermatologyClinical Assistant Professor of
Office: 40027 Pomerantz Family Pavilion200 Hawkins DriveIowa City, IA 52242
Office Phone: 319-356-0556
BS, Biology/Molecular Biology, Florida TechMD, Washington University School of Medicine
Internship, St. Luke’s Medical CenterResidency, Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PAFellowship, Dermatopathology, University of PennsylvaniaContinuing Education, Advanced Training in Tropical Medicine, Gorgas Course
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Medical License, Pennsylvania Board of MedicineState of Iowa Medical License, Iowa Board of MedicineBoard Certified, American Board of DermatopathologyBoard Certified, American Board of Dermatology
Dr. Wanat’s interests are all things dermatology, specifically complex medical conditions, including but not limited to infections, vasculitis, connective tissue diseases, blistering and granulomatous disorders. She is passionate about medical education, and community outreach both locally and internationally, utilizing teledermatology to help increase access to dermatologic care. She enjoys dermatopathology and the clinical-pathologic correlation between diseases in both outpatient and inpatient dermatology.
CD30 positive atypical lymphocytes in perniosis: a potential histopathologic pitfall in a benign condition.
Am Journal of Dermpathol.
2014 September. 36(9):730-733.
Cutaneous polyarteritis nodosa presenting as a solitary blue toe.
J Am Acad Dermatol.
2014 September. 71(3):e95-7.
E-cadherin is expressed by mono- and multinucleated histiocytes in cutaneous sarcoidal and foreign body granulomas.
Am J Dermatopathol.
2014 August. 36(8):651-4.
Tumoral Bacillary Angiomatosis in a Child With Human Immunodeficiency Virus.
2014 July 30.
Severe nonuremic calciphylaxis due to hyperphosphatemia resolving with multimodality treatment including phosphate binders.
2014 June. 150(6):671-3.
A Practical Approach to Cutaneous Sarcoidosis.
Am J Clin Dermatol.
2014 May. 15(4):283-97.
A dreadful infestation.
2013 August. 149(8):993-5.
Intralesional cidofovir for treating extensive genital verrucous herpes simplex virus infection.
2013 July. 149(7):881-3.
Sarcoidosis and psoriasis: a case series and review of the literature exploring co-incidence vs coincidence.
2013 July. 149(7):848-52.
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