Jeremy Kampp, M.D., is director of Surgery and the Mohs surgeon at the UWMC Roosevelt Dermatology Clinic.
Dr. Kampp is an expert in Mohs micrographic surgery, one of the most effective state-of-the-art procedures for treating skin cancer. He enjoys striving to provide the absolute best dermatologic care for each of his patients. His goal is to make sure that every patient is as well informed and comfortable as possible before, during and after surgery.
Dr. Kampp received his M.D. from Loyola University, where he was valedictorian. His clinical interests include Mohs micrographic surgery, facial reconstructive surgery, diagnosis and management of skin cancer and cosmetic surgery.
Personal InterestsDr. Kampp enjoys bicycling, hiking, swimming and outdoor activities.
Univ. of California LA
Fellowship, 2009, MOHS - Micrographic Surgery
Residency, 2008, Dermatology
University of Maryland Medical Center
Internship, 2005, Internal Medicine
Loyola Stritch School of Medicine
Medical education, 2004
- Dermatology, 2008, American Board of Dermatology