Dr. William Ting is a Diplomat of the American Academy of Dermatology and a member of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. His practice philosophy incorporates the best and latest in dermatological practice with an emphasis on preventative dermatology care, including modalities to help reverse prior sun damage and minimize future risks of skin cancer. He makes sure that each recommendation is tailored to each patient’s unique set of skin complexion, social and cultural backgrounds, and other priorities.
He has been a prolific contributor to the field of dermatology and has won several dermatology research awards. He was very productive during his Dermatology Residency training at the University of Iowa as he was endowed the first ever Resident Research Award. He was the recipient and the Principal Investigator of the 2002-2003 Photobiology Award from The Skin Cancer Foundation which funded the research project “Epidemiological Study of Tanning Bed Exposure and Associated Risk of Cutaneous Neoplasm.” He was also recognized by the Richard B Stoughton fellowship from the British Association of Dermatologists for the best abstract submission from U.S. dermatology resident physicians in 2002. Even in private practice, he has continued to publish in peer-reviewed dermatology journals and speak at numerous academic and industry-sponsored local, national and international forums. Dr. Ting is a graduate of Northwestern University Medical School where he was one of only two combined M.D./M.B.A. candidates in his class. He had an unforgettable year spent at Kellogg School of Management between 3rd and 4th year of medical school where he was awarded Rothschild Scholar in Health Services Management. He completed Dermatology Residency at the University of Iowa where he was privileged to have taken care of many Iowan farmers and families to whom he owes his surgical skills. Dr. Ting grew up in the East Bay, went through the public school systems at Oakland and Berkeley. He was borne in Taiwan and is fluent in Mandarin and Taiwanese. Graduated from UC Berkeley in Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences with Chancellor’s Scholarship. He has served on the Volunteer Leadership of the Contra Costa County Chapter of the American Cancer Society and volunteered many hours doing free skin cancer screening at Doctors Medical Center at San Pablo and at Hispanic Outreach programs at Concord. For his efforts in public service, he was endowed Certificate of Appreciation by the American Cancer Society.
Dr Ting is also a proud Fellow Physician Member of the Skin Cancer Foundation, having received a research grant from them in 2002.
Dr. Ting is one of a select number of board-certified doctors worldwide to have been inducted into the RealSelf Hall of Fame. As one of the highest-rated and most active doctors on RealSelf, he has provided valuable insights into the various procedures he performs, answering over 750 questions. Dr. Ting believes strongly in educating patients so they are able to make confident decisions about their care.
Dr. Ting is proud to be a part of the inaugural RealSelf Medical Review Advisory Board. Empowering patients by ensuring they have access to the latest unbiased and medically accurate information is important to him, and he will be working alongside other board-certified doctors to help you make intelligent decisions about the right aesthetic treatments for you.
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