Hao Wang
Clinical Associate Professor
Division of Dermatology
MD, UWMC-Roosevelt
MD, Advanced Dermatology Northwest

Faculty Information


Hao Wang, M.D., Ph.D., is a board certified physician at the Dermatology Clinic at UWMC Roosevelt and a UW associate professor of Dermatology and Medicine.  Dr. Wang strives to create active partnerships with his patients to achieve the best possible outcomes.  Dr. Wang earned his M.D. at UC San Francisco. Dr. Wang is a member the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Surgery, Seattle Dermatologic Society, Washington State Dermatology Association and the Northern American Chinese Dermatology Association.

Education & Training: 
University of California: San Francisco
San Francisco CA
Oregon Health Sciences University
Portland OR
Dermatology Residency
University of Washington
Seattle WA
N.L. Tartar Fellowship, Medical Research Foundation of Oregon
Leukemia Society of America Postdoctoral Fellowship
Invitee to the Dermatology Resident Visit Day at National Institute of Health
Mailing Address: 

For appointments at the Roosevelt Dermatology Center, visit the UW Medicine website.


For appointments at Advanced Dermatology Northwest, visit the ADN website.

Research & Clinical Interests
Research Interests: 
  • Genetics of nevi
  • Dysplastic nevi
  • Melanoma and its clinical implications
Clinical Interests: 
  • General dermatology
  • Surgical dermatology

Wang H; Presland RB; Piepkorn MW. A search for CDKN2A/p16INK4a mutations in melanocytic nevi from melanoma patients and spouse controls by use of laser captured microdissection. Archives of Dermatology, 2005;141:177-180.

Wang H; Kirby P; Colven R. Pustular plaques on the face of a patient with renal failure. Archives of Dermatology 2004;140:1393-1398.

Wang H; Benda P; Piepkorn MW. Parasitism of basal cell carcinoma by lentigo maligna melanoma: A case report and review of the literature. J Am Acad Dermatol 2003; 48:S92-4.

Wang H; Kavanaugh MP; Kabat D. A critical site in the cell surface receptor for ecotropic murine retroviruses required for amino acid transport but not for viral reception. Virology, 1994, 202(2):1058-60.

Wang H; Kavanaugh MP; North RA; Kabat D. Cell-surface receptor for ecotropic murine retroviruses is a basic amino-acid transporter Nature, 1991, 352:729-31.