Dr. Way is an outstanding dermatologist and teacher. He is currently the Adjunct Associate Professor of Dermatology, and Dermatology Residency Program Director of the Dermatology Institute. He has practiced in southwest Dallas and the Duncanville area since 1983.
Dr.Way completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology in 1970 from the University of Oklahoma.
Dr. Way graduated as a D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine) from the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in 1975.
He did his traditional internship at East Town Osteopathic Hospital at Dallas TX from 1975 - 76. Following this, he served as a General Medical Officer at the US Army Medical Clinic in Bindlach, West Germany from 1976 - 78.
Dermatology Residency Program:
He did his dermatology residency training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington D.C. from 1978 - 81.
US Army Dermatologist:
He was Chief of the Dermatology Department at the US Army Medical Hospital, Fort Polk LA from 1981 - 83.
Dr. Way is Board Certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology, a Fellow of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology (AOCD). He was the AOCD President from 2006-2007. He is an active member of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), Texas Dermatological Society, Dallas/Fort Worth Dermatological Society, American Society of Dermatological Surgeons, and the International Society of Dermatologists. He was the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association (TOMA) President from 2000-2001.
He is currently the Dermatology Residency Program Director of the Texas Division of the A.T.Still University, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dermatology Department, where he is in charge of supervision and teaching dermatology residents.
Since 2004, Dr.Way has studied bacteriophage therapy and in 2007 established the Dermatology Institute Bacteriophage Research Laboratory Division. Phage therapy is the use of lytic bacteriophage for the destruction of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which is now receiving revived interest by pioneering international medical and scientific communities. …