- Speaking/teaching on the topic of dermatology
- Prevention, monitoring and treatment of skin cancer
- Contact dermatitis
- Dermatologic manifestations of systemic disease and medications
Dr. Caroline Carr is a dermatologist who completed her residency training at the University of Missouri in Columbia, MO. During residency, she worked with numerous faculty members to publish journal articles on a variety of topics including drug rashes in the pediatric population, as well as drug-induced bullous pemphigoid and allergic contact dermatitis.
Dr. Carr served as co-chief resident of MedZou, a clinic for underprivileged patients in Missouri, and organized and executed the first MedZou procedural clinic for the treatment of skin cancer. She volunteered for a similar clinic during medical school, and focused on treating underprivileged patients with psoriasis. She enjoys teaching and presenting on the topic of dermatology, and has spoken at the Missouri Dermatological Society annual meeting, at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting, and most recently was a speaker at the Missouri Athletic Trainers Association conference, where she addressed skin disorders in athletes.
Dr. Carr completed her undergraduate studies at New York University and attended medical school at the University of Nevada in Reno. She completed her internship year with the internal medicine program at the University of Missouri in Columbia, where she stayed to complete her dermatology residency. Dr. Carr is passionate about patient care and has special interest in skin cancer prevention, monitoring, and treatment; contact dermatitis, and dermatologic manifestations of systemic disease.