Education & Training

Medical School

University of Missouri School of Medicine

Internship

Internal Medicine

  • University of Missouri Health Care

Residency

Dermatology

  • University of Missouri Health Care

Fellowship

Pediatric Dermatology

  • Children's Memorial Hospital

Boards

American Board of Dermatology
American Board of Derm - Pediatric Dermatology

Insurances

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Academic Information

Professor of Dermatology
Director of Pediatric Dermatology
Interim Chair of the Department of Dermatology

Research Profile

As a pediatric dermatologist, Dr. Dyer is interested in cutaneous biology and disease especially as it applies to infants and children. He has several areas of interest that include genetic and epigenetic skin disease, transcutaneous exposure to environmental endocrine disruptors and epigenetic impacts, pediatric teledermatology, loxoscelism, the long-term impacts of systemic therapy for pediatric vascular lesions, the impacts of pediatric skin disorders on sleep in patients and families through the use of wearables and/or biomarkers, and spitz nevi and pediatric pigmented lesions.

Dr. Dyer is helping to launch a pediatric dermatology clinic to enhance pediatrician and primary care dermatologic knowledge in rural areas through the Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) project. He is also involved in dermatologic clinic trials and has brought pediatric clinical trials to MU Health Care.

Research Interests

  • Pediatric Dermatology
  • Genodermatoses
  • Cutaneous Mosaicism
  • Epigenetics
  • Transcutaneous exposure to environmental endocrine disruptors
  • Loxoscelism and Necrotic Arachnidism
  • Pediatric Teledermatology
  • Birthmarks (vascular; pigmented; other)
  • Severe atopic dermatitis
  • Cutaneous Infectious Disease
  • Viral infections
  • Pediatric Psoriasis

Areas of Expertise

  • Pediatric Dermatology
  • Genodermatoses
  • Cutaneous Mosaicism
  • Pediatric teledermatology
  • Birthmarks (vascular and pigmented)
  • Severe atopic dermatitis
  • Cutaneous and systemic arachnidism
  • Transcutaneous exposure to endocrine disruptors

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