Ryan Falsey MD, Phd
Resident Physician, Division of Dermatology
UW Dermatology Division
1959 NE Pacific Street
Seattle, WA 98195-6524
Continuity Clinic: Harborview
Education and Training
Dermatology Residency, University of Washington, 2010-present
Internship, Internal Medicine, University of Arizona, 2009-2010
MD, University of Arizona, 2009
PhD, Cancer Biology, University of Arizona, 2006
BS, Microbiology, University of Arizona, 2002
Case Report: A case study on Albright Hereditary Osteodystrophy (Submitted 8/2012)
Case Series: Primary Cutaneous Aspergillosis in Premature Neonates - Two Cases Connected to Hospital Renovation (In process)
Manuscript: A case series and epidemiologic study on Non-tuberculous Mycobacterial Cutaneous Inoculation During Professional Tattooing (CDC review)
AAD Abstract: A case series and epidemiologic study on Non-tuberculous Mycobacterial Cutaneous Inoculation During Professional Tattooing (Submitted 7/2012)
Topical steroid induced atrophy of the skin and adrenal insufficieny: A case study and review of the literature. University of Washington Grand Rounds Dermatology Grand Rounds, 2012.
Medical Error and Malpractice in Dermatology. University of Washington Dermatology Grand Rounds, 2011.
The Poroma: A Management Dilemma. University of Washington Dermatology Grand Rounds, 2010.
Getting Into Dermatology Residency: A Guide to the Perplexed and Terrified. University of Arizona College of Medicine, 2009.
Falsey RR, Marron MT, Gunaherath KB, Shirahatti N, Mahadevan D, Gunatilaka AAL, Whitesell L. Actin Microfilament Aggregation Induced by Withaferin A Is Mediated by Annexin II. Nature Chemical Biology.2006 Jan; 1(2): 33-38.
Gaitonde SV, Qi W, Falsey RR, Sidell N, Martinez JD. Morphologic conversion of a neuroblastoma-derived cell line by E6-mediated p53 degradation. Cell Growth and Differentiation.2001 Jan; 12(1): 19-27.
Li Q, Falsey RR, Gaitonde S, Sotello V, Kislin K, Martinez JD. Genetic analysis of p53 nuclear importation. Oncogene.2007 Dec; 26(57): 7885-93.
Stea B, Falsey RR, Kislin, Patel J, Glanzberg H, Carey S, Ambrad AA, Meuillet EJ, Martinez JD. Time and Dose-Dependent Radiosensitization of the Glioblastoma Multiforme U251 Cells by the EGF Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitor ZD1839 (Iressa). Cancer Letters.2003 Dec; 202(1): 43-51.
Whitesell L, Bagatell R, and Falsey RR. The stress response: implications for the clinical development of hsp90 inhibitors. Current Cancer Drug Targets.2003 Oct; 3(5): 349-58.
"The University of Washington Dermatology Residency program provides a unique environment where you will have exposure to one the most varied populations available in any training program across the country. Your patient care responsibilities will span across multiple hospitals/clinics with significant exposure to underserved populations. In addition, you will have robust training in both surgery and pathology, as evidenced by the fact that a large portion of our trainees become specialists in these areas of dermatology. Research opportunities are extensive with excellent funding sources within easy reach. Lastly, the dedication of the faculty and staff to teaching is superb. Few programs will provide such a supportive and friendly environment to learn the science and art of dermatology."
-Ryan Falsey, MD