SkinSmart Dermatology | Dermatologist in Sarasota, FL 34243 (SRQ)

William Brodie Adams, MD

Board Certification and Licenses

American Board of Dermatology – Board Certified July 28th, 2011
Florida Medical License – ME 115221 (expiration 1/31/15)
Kentucky Medical License – 44046 (expiration 3/1/14)
DEA License – #FA1160011 July 2008 – current
Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology – July 2011
ACLS and BLS – Expires June 24, 2014
National Board of Medical Examiners USMLE Completion – 2008
Emergency Medical Technician North Carolina – 2002–2004

Current Clinical Practice

SkinSmart Dermatology
July 2013 – Present
5911 N Honore Ave #210
Sarasota, FL 34243

Prior Clinical Practice

Associates in Dermatology, PLLC
July 2011 – June 2012
310 E. Broadway Suite 200
Louisville, KY 40202
(502)583 – 1749 (Phone)
(502)583 – 3028(Fax)

Prior Academic Appointments

Associate Professor of Medicine (Dermatology)
University of Louisville July 2011 – June 2012

Education

Fellowship:
University of Louisville Division of Dermatology Procedural Fellowship
Directors: Drs. Timothy S. Brown and Michael W. McCall
July 2012 – June 2013
Louisville, KY

Residency:
University of Louisville Division of Dermatology
Director: Dr. Jeffrey P. Callen
July 2008 – June 2011 (Chief Resident 2010–11)
Louisville, KY

Internship:
University of Louisville Department of Internal Medicine
July 2007 – June 2008
Louisville, KY

University of Kentucky College of Medicine (UKCOM)
August 2003– May 2007
MD May 2007
Lexington, KY

Wake Forest University
August 1999–May 2003
B.S. May 2003
Winston–Salem, NC

Sydney University
July–November 2001
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Awards

Albert B. Chandler Award
Co–valedictorian University of Kentucky College of Medicine 2007

Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA):
Junior Member 2006–2007
Executive Officer

UKCOM Academic Excellence Scholarship 2006 – 07

May Academic Achievement Scholarship UKCOM 2004 – 06

Wake Forest Study Abroad Scholarship 2001

Leadership Positions

Residency:

Chief Resident – University of Louisville Division of Dermatology 2010–2011

University of Louisville Resident House Staff Council President 2010–2011
Led resident representative committee and served as delegate of residents at monthly institutional graduate medical education committee meetings.

University of Louisville Resident House Staff Council Representative 2008–2011
Represented the Department of Dermatology at monthly meetings to address issues facing individuals programs and the institution.

Greater Louisville Medical Society / Kentucky Medical Association Delegate
From 2008 to 2011 served as resident representative for all local and state meetings. Was a voting member at local and state elections. Assisted with initiation, re–wordings, and passage of referendums. Served as member of political action committee.

Medical School:

AOA Executive Officer UKCOM Chapter 2006–07
Elected as one of five junior AOA members who served as executive officers.

Vice President of UKCOM Class of 2007 2003–07

President of American Medical Student Association (AMSA) 2004

Ward O. Griffen Surgical Society Vice President UKCOM 2004–07

Liaison Committee UKCOM Class of 2007 2003–2005

Undergraduate:

AED Officer Premedical Honor Society – Wake Forest University ’01–’03

Research Experience

Univesity of Louisville Division of Dermatology 2012–13
William B. Adams MD, Timothy S. Brown MD, Paul K. Fearneyhough MD Pleomorphic lipoma masquerading as a pleomorphic sarcoma; case report and review of the literature

Univesity of Louisville Division of Dermatology 2012–13
Andrew H. Kalajian MD, William B. Adams MD, Timothy S. Brown MD
Purse–string assisted full–thickness skin graft: an underutilized technique to
reduce graft size and improve outcome

University of Louisville Division of Dermatology 2010–11 
Timothy S. Brown MD, Michael McCall MD, Jeffrey P. Callen MD
Accuracy and recurrence rates for Melanoma in situ (MIS): Frozen section micrographic (Mohs) surgery versus traditional fixed paraffin slides: A retrospective review with follow–up.

University of Louisville Division of Dermatology 2010–11 
Jeffrey P. Callen MD and Tye Haeberle BS
Case series involving treatment of cutaneous small vessel vasculitis with mycophenalate mofetil

Dermatology Associates of Kentucky Spring 2006
Charles Becknell MD
A case report of the unusual complication of scalp necrosis in Temporal Arteritis.

UKCOM General Surgery Department Summer 2005
Andrew Bernard MD
Transfused Red Blood Cell Arginase and its Effect on the Immune System.

UKCOM Department of Orthopedics 2004
William Shafer MD/Manuj Singhal MD
Sub–clinical sacroiliac fractures and development of chronic lower back pain.

Wake Forest University/Bowman Gray Hospital Oncology Department 2002–2003 
Dr. Louis Kucera MD/PHD
Toxicities and Gemcitabine, Cytarabine, and experimental conjugates.

Publications

Pleomorphic lipoma masquerading as a pleomorphic sarcoma; case report and review of the literature
Submitted to: Dermatologic Surgery
William B. Adams MD, Timothy S. Brown MD, Paul K. Fearneyhough MD

Purse–string assisted full–thickness skin graft: an underutilized technique to reduce graft size and improve outcome
Submitted to: Journal of Drugs in Dermatology
Andrew H. Kalajian MD, William B. Adams MD, Timothy S. Brown MD

Mycophenolate mofetil appears to be steroid–sparing for recalcitrant small vessel vasculitis
Archives of Dermatology August 2012
Tye Haeberle MD, William B. Adams MD, Jeffrey P. Callen MD

Tye Haeberle MD, William Adams MD. Urticaria. 5–Minute Clinical Consult 2013 Edition: 5minuteconsult.com May 28th, 2012

Rare Manifestation of Scalp Necrosis in Temporal Arteritis
William Adams MD, Charles Becknell MD, Fernando DeCastro MD
Archives of Dermatology August 2007

Transfused Red Blood Cell Arginase and its Effect on the Immune System
AOA Research Day Presentation – April 2006
Red Blood Cell Arginase Depletes Arginine and Suppresses T–Lymphocyte Proliferation
Adams W, Kasten M, Meier C, Manning E, Freeman S, Chang P, Kearney P, Bernard A.
Winner – Trauma Paper Competition, KY Chapter Amer. College of Surgeons July 2006
Submitted to Transfusion Journal for Publication

One Chocolate Blizzard
William Adams MD, Jennifer Joyce MD
Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians – November 2006
American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine –Winter 2006

Posters and Presentations

Diagnosis and management of pediatric diffuse cutaneous mastocytosis
William B. Adams MD, Timothy S. Brown MD, Soon Bahrami MD, Jeffrey P. Callen MD
Poster – American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting February 2011

Acute syndrome of apoptotic pan–epidermolysis (ASAP)
William B. Adams MD, Cindy Owen MD, Jeffrey P. Callen MD
Poster – American Academy of Dermatology Summer Meeting August 2010

Current and emerging tests for diagnosis of cutaneous blastomycosis
William B. Adams MD, Andrew H. Kalajian MD, Jeffrey P. Callen MD
Poster – American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting March 2010

Successful treatment of necrolytic acral erythema with oral zinc supplementation
William B. Adams MD, Cindy Owen MD, Jeffrey P. Callen MD
Poster – American Academy of Dermatology Summer Meeting July/August 2009

Mycophenolate mofetil appears to be steroid–sparing for recalcitrant small vessel vasculitis: A retrospective analysis of 3 patients.
William B. Adams MD, Jeffrey P. Callen MD
Poster – Medical Dermatology Society March 2009
Presentation – Winter Skin Seminar February 2009

Transfused Red Blood Cell Arginase and its Effect on the Immune System
William B. Adams MD, Andrew Bernard MD
Presentation – AOA Research Day Presentation 2006

Community Service

Kentucky State Fair Skin Cancer Screening Louisville,KY 2009–2013
Salvation Army Volunteer Medical Clinic Lexington, KY 2003–2007
University of Kentucky College of Medicine Hispanic Health Fair Spring 2004–05
Race for the Cure 2004–06
Habitat for Humanity 2004–06
Prospective Student Liaison UKCOM 2004–06
AHEC Family Medicine Fast Track Program Glasgow, KY 2003

Professional Experiences Emergency Medical Technician Winston–Salem, NC 2002–2004

  • Employed by NuCare (private ambulatory company)
  • Extensive volunteer time with the Winston–Salem EMS

Professional Organizations

  • American College of Mohs Surgery 2012–2013
  • American Academy of Dermatology 2011–2013 –Fellow
  • American Society of Dermatologic Surgery 2012–13
  • Greater Louisville Medical Society 2008–2013–In–training delegate
  • Kentucky Medical Association 2003–2013–Delegate
  • Kentucky Medical Political Action Committee 2008–2013
  • Alpha Omega Alpha UKCOM 2006–07–Executive Officer
  • American Medical Student Association UKCOM 2003–07–President
  • Ward O. Griffen Surgical Society UKCOM 2003–07–Vice President
  • Emergency Medicine Club UKCOM 2003–2004
  • Family Medicine Club UKCOM 2003–2004
  • Salvation Army Free Clinic Committee UKCOM 2004–05
  • Alpha Epsilon Delta Wake Forest University 2002–04 –Executive Officer
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