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2024-25 Chief Residents Announced

December 21, 2023
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Charlotte Read, MBBS, PhD
Lindsay Gunnell, MD
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The UW Department of Dermatology is proud to announce our chief residents for the 2024-25 academic year, Lindsay Gunnell, MD, and Charlotte Read, MBBS, PhD!

Drs. Gunnell and Read will begin their new roles on March 1, 2024, and will primarily be working on scheduling, curriculum, and educational experiences for the upcoming academic year. 

Chief Residents are an essential part of UW Dermatology’s Residency Program Leadership Team, providing invaluable leadership, teaching, and support for our trainees. Chief residents are selected in their final year of residency and take on additional responsibilities which include representing the department, empowering and advocating for current residents, and effectively communicating residents’ concerns to the department. 

We are confident that Drs. Gunnell and Read will be outstanding chief residents and will do an excellent job in their new roles in the upcoming academic year. 

We also would like to recognize the extraordinary efforts of our outgoing chiefs, Mariam Alam, MD and Brian Connor, MD! Thank you for your leadership and contributions to our department. 

Meet Our 2024-25 Chief Residents 

Lindsay Gunnell, MDLindsay Gunnell, MD 

Lindsay Gunnell, MD, (she, her, hers), earned her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Brigham Young University. She completed her medical training at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson. She first completed a residency in family medicine through the University of Washington Valley Medical Center Program and worked as a primary care physician for 7 years prior to joining the UW Department of Dermatology as a research fellow. After a year of Merkel cell research, she joined the Residency Program. . Her clinical and research interests include skin cancer (melanoma, non-melanoma, other rare malignancies) and dermatopathology.  

Lindsay is planning an academic dermatology career in supportive oncodermatology. She wanted to serve as chief resident to better understand how a residency is run, collaborate with faculty and improve her leadership skills. 

Charlotte Read, MBBSCharlotte Read, MBBS, PhD

Charlotte Read, MBBS, PhD, (she, her, hers), earned her undergraduate degree in Medical Sciences with Pharmacology from Imperial College London. She completed her medical training at the Imperial College London Faculty of Medicine where she earned a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). Prior to joining the UW Department of Dermatology Residency Program, she spent a year in the Harvard University and John’s Hopkins University Allotransplantation labs examining the similarities between chronic skin rejection and inflammatory skin diseases such as psoriasis before then completing her PhD research in patient provider communication among Dermatology patients between Imperial College London and the University of Southern California and most recently completed an internship with the UW Department of Surgery.

Dr. Read’s career interests include dermatological surgery, Mohs, laser therapy, teledermatology, and immunodermatology. Charlotte was most interested in becoming chief resident so that she could enhance her management and leadership skills, contribute more intricately to the continual improvement of the UW Dermatology Residency program, and have the opportunity to support her co-residents’ career goals.   

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