Kathryn Harrison, MMS, PA-C, Diplomat Fellow of the SDPA
“I love working in Dermatology, because I enjoy helping patients look and feel great about themselves by managing and treating their unique skin conditions.”
Kathryn is a NCCPA Board Certified Physician Assistant at Asarch Center. Kathryn completed advanced training in dermatology through a didactic fellowship program through the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA) in 2018. The SDPA Diplomat Fellowship Program is the premier training for physician assistants working in Dermatology. After earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2007, she completed the Physician Assistant Program at Red Rocks Community College and Master of Medical Science Program at Saint Francis University in 2012.
Kathryn joined the Asarch Center in 2012. She performs routine skin exams, and treats patients for acute and chronic skin conditions, in office procedures, excisions, laser treatments and injections.
Kathryn published an article in 2022 in the Journal of Dermatology Physician Assistants (JDPA) entitled COVID-19: A New Etiology for Guttate Psoriasis. She also is a peer-reviewer for the JDPA. She served as president elect for the Colorado Society of Dermatology Professionals from 2017-2019. Kathryn worked as sub-investigator in several dermatology clinical research trials from 2012-2017. She also precepts physician assistant and nurse practitioner students. One of her particular interests is the management and treatment of acne vulgaris. Kathryn enjoys playing the piano, hiking, mountain biking, tent camping, downhill skiing and traveling the world.