David Weinstein, M.D., FAAD, FACMS
Dr. Weinstein is only accepting new patients for Mohs surgery.
David Weinstein is a board-certified dermatologist with specialty training in Mohs surgery for the treatment of skin cancer. He is also an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the UCF College of Medicine. Dr. Weinstein focuses on medically complex dermatology, including skin issues related to rheumatic diseases such as lupus. Dr. Weinstein has a passion for the new products and procedures that safely allow patients to slow down the aging process and restore youthfulness to their skin.
Dr. Weinstein earned his M.D. at the University of Florida. He was chief dermatology resident at New York Medical College and completed his procedural dermatology fellowship at Good Samaritan Trihealth in Cincinnati. He is a fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery and American Academy of Dermatology.
Born in the Orlando suburb of Maitland, Dr.Weinstein graduated from Winter Park High School before getting his B.A. at Brown University. During his medical training, he has done research on wound healing. Dr. Weinstein is one of a handful of physicians in the Orlando area that is fellowship trained in Mohs surgery and certified with the American College of Mohs Surgery.
- Weinstein D, Leininger J, Hamby C, Safai B. Diagnostic and Prognostic Biomarkers in Melanoma. The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. 2014 Jun; 7(6): 19-30.
- Gowda S, Weinstein D, Blalock T, Gandhi K, Mast B, Chin G, Schultz G. Topical Application of Recombinant Platelet-Derived Growth Factor Increases the Rate of Healing and the Level of Proteins that Regulate This Response. International Wound Journal. 2013 Oct 7.
- Weinstein D, Highsmith J, Krishnan L, Leininger J, Shulman K. Asymptomatic Solitary Dermal Plaque. The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. 2013 Dec; 6(12): 47-49.
- Weinstein D, Yang Q, Gibson D, Schultz G. Treatment of Ischemic Full Thickness Skin Wounds in Athymic Rats with Human Stem Cells Accelerates Healing. Symposium on Advanced Wound Care; Dallas, TX. April 2011. (Poster)
- Escandon J, Vivas A, Tang J, Weinstein D, Bonilla-Martinez Z, Keegan B, Miteva M, Romanelli P, Kirsner R. Tumor Necrosis Factor-Alpha and Recalcitrant Venous Leg Ulcers: A Pilot Study to Determine the Effect of Anti TNF-alpha Therapy. Symposium on Advanced Wound Care; Dallas, TX. April 2011. (Poster)
- Weinstein DA, de Araujo T. Chapter 20: Atypical Wounds in Wound Care Essentials: Practice Principles. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. 2011.
- Weinstein DA, Kirsner RS. Refractory Ulcers: The Role of Tumor Necrosis Factor-α. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 2010 Jul; 63(1):146-54.