David Weingold, MD, a physician board certified in dermatology, treats patients with problems ranging in severity from skin cancer to acne through his private practice in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Prior to opening his private practice, he enrolled at Yale Medical School, where he earned his MD and completed a thesis through the History of Medicine Department. Later, Dr. David Weingold undertook his internship through North Carolina Memorial Hospital and his residency in dermatology through Duke Medical Center, where he served as chief resident. After finishing his education, he practiced in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, before relocating to Jonesboro and joining a multispecialty group office.
Complementing his clinical role, Dr. David Weingold teaches up-and-coming doctors as adjunct professor of dermatology at the University of Arkansas Medical School. He instructs family practice residents on best practices for performing skin cancer screenings.
In terms of professional involvement, Dr. Weingold belongs to the American Society for Mohs Surgery, the National Psoriasis Foundation, and the American Academy of Dermatology.
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Recipient of a volunteer award from the American Academy of Dermatology for donating services to the community (teaching residents and performing skin cancer screenings), “Best Dermatologist” by KAIT-TV 8
Yale Medical School: MD, Dermatology - MEdicine 1987
American Studies Award Independent study in American studies with an honors thesis. Summer research fellow in chemistry. Published 2 articles in a biochem journal while in college. MD thesis on medical licensure in the history of medicine department. Worked in a photochemistry laboratory and published in a variety of basic science journals. Internship at North Carolina Memorial Hospital from 7/87-6/88 (UNC's major teaching hospital) 7/88-6/91 Dermatology resident at Duke medical center in Durham NC. Served as chief resident the final year. Presented at a national derm meeting on the use of Mohs surgery for dermatofibroma protuberans (a very rare tumor) in 91. Published a couple of papers in clinical journals while a resident.
- American Academy of Dermatology
- American Society for Mohs Surgery
- National Psoriasis Foundation Adjunct assistant professor of dermatology
- University of Arkansas Medical School
- Temple Israel President of Temple Israel Cemetery Company
- American Board of Dermatology
- Northeast Arkansas Flyfishers Club