Emily L. Prosise, M.D. - Dermatologist
Emily L. Prosise, M.D.
Dr. Emily L. Prosise has practiced dermatology since 2001. As a Fellow of the American Society for Mohs Surgery, Dr. Prosise specializes in surgical dermatology but enjoys all aspects of dermatology. Excellent patient care is her top priority.
Dr. Prosise believes in clinical education for the next generation of dermatologists. She was chosen to be Chief Resident at Stanford University and has served as clinical assistant professor at New York University and University of California, Irvine. Dr. Prosise was President of the Austin Dermatological Society for 2012.
To give back to the Austin community, she has volunteered in the dermatology surgery unit at Brackenridge (now Dell Medical School) as well as for multiple skin cancer screening clinics. Dr. Prosise treated orphans and underprivileged children in Nicaragua while on a medical mission, and still underwrites the education of a college student and elementary school student in Managua.
She is proud to have served as leader for her daughter’s Girl Scout troop since 2013.
In her free time, Dr. Prosise loves to be active outside with her husband, two kids, and dog Able –of course always with a hat and sunscreen on!
Residency: Stanford University, Stanford, CA 1998-2001
Internship: University of Texas, Health Science Center, San Antonio, 1997-1998
Medical School: Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC 1993-1997
Undergraduate: Duke University 1989-1993
- Board Certified, American Board of Dermatology
- Fellow, American Academy of Dermatology
- Fellow, American Society for Mohs Surgery
- Member, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
- Member, Travis County Medical Society
- Member, Texas Medical Association
- Member, Women’s Dermatologic Society
Dr. Emily L. Prosise has been recognized as one of Texas Monthly’s Super Doctors Rising Stars. These are doctors who have excelled early in their career. They are trusted and sought out by colleagues for medical care and advice, according to the Super Doctors selection criteria.
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