Tim Durso, MD
Tim Durso, MD is a 3rd year Air Force dermatology resident at the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium. He completed his Bachelors of Science magna cum laude at the University of Notre Dame and obtained his medical degree summa cum laude and with research honors from the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. He was also the first ever Air Force medical student selected to train directly in dermatology without prior service as a general medical officer. Training at a program that serves one of the largest wounded warrior populations in the United States, Tim has encountered many unique patient problems that have necessitated innovative uses of modern dermatologic technology. For example, he is currently the principal investigator for a study on the use of microwave thermoablation for the treatment of residual limb hyperhidrosis in amputees. He hopes to continue learning the process of innovation in order to further the advancement of care of both wounded warriors as well as all dermatology patients.