About Dr. Curtis
- Board-Certified: American Board of Dermatology 2010, renewed 2020
- Undergraduate Education: Brigham Young University, Provo Utah
- Doctor of Medicine: University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson Arizona
- Internship: St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Phoenix Arizona
- Dermatology Residency: University of Texas Southwestern, Dallas Texas
Board-certified dermatologist Amy Curtis, MD, FAAD, leads the exceptional medical team at Dermatology and Aesthetics Center of Utah. The practice has two state-of-the-art offices in Centerville and West Jordan, Utah.
Dr. Curtis is committed to providing the highest quality dermatologic care and is actively engaged with her patients, taking into account their wishes and concerns. She is dedicated to their well-being and knowledgeable in utilizing the most recent medical and surgical advances in a comforting and compassionate environment. Dr. Curtis enjoys all aspects of dermatology, specifically dedicating a significant portion of her education and training to the early detection and treatment of skin cancer.
Dr. Curtis began her career in the rigorous Honors Program at Brigham Young University, culminating in her honors thesis and graduation with University Honors, the highest honor bestowed to BYU undergraduates. She received her medical degree from the University of Arizona College of Medicine, participating in the medical student research program, and electing to spend an extra 18 months of her medical school career immersed in cutting-edge genetic research. She devoted her time at the Translational Genomics Institute in Phoenix, Arizona, working alongside world-class scientists studying the complex genetics of melanoma.
Dr. Curtis then completed a challenging three-year residency in dermatology at one of the most prestigious dermatology programs in the country, the University of Texas Southwestern (UTSW) in Dallas, Texas. While in residency, she completed research on using photodynamic therapy combined with topical chemotherapy for the treatment of actinic keratosis and sun damage. At UTSW, she trained with many of the world’s most renowned dermatologists considered to be pioneers in their respective fields.
Outside of work, Dr. Curtis enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and reading. She doubles as a master chef and gardener and is a mother to four children.