Jeremy Kampp
Clinical Associate Professor
Division of Dermatology
Director of Dermatologic Surgery
Micrographic and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship Program Director

Faculty Information

Biography

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.

Dr. Kampp is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, American College of Mohs Surgery and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.

Education & Training: 
MD
Loyola University of Chicago
Chicago IL
2004
Internship in Medicine
University of Maryland Department of Medicine
College Park MD
2004-2005
Residency in Dermatology
Stanford University
Stanford CA
2005-2008
Fellowship in Procedural Dermatology
University of California Los Angeles
Los Angeles CA
2008-2009
M.S. in Chemical Engineering
Villanova University
Villanova PA
1999
B.S. in Chemical Engineering
Villanova University
Villanova PA
1997
Honors: 
University of Washington Patient Safety Hero Award
2015
Valedictorian Medical School Class (Summa Cum Laude)
2004
President’s Medallion (for scholarship, leadership and service)
2004
Faculty Award for Excellence in Basic Sciences
2004
Faculty Award for Excellence in Clinical Sciences
2004
Geoffrey Gunnar Memorial Scholarship
2004
Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Medical Society
2004
Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society
2004
Tobin Scholarship (for leadership, scholarship and adherence to ethical principles)
2004