A native to Arizona, Dr. Christopher Weyer received his undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona. He then worked at the Arizona Cancer Center and in Department of Pathology under the direction of Dr. Ray Nagle. While there he researched the growth, invasion and metastasis of prostate cancer before his acceptance to medical school.
Dr. Weyer graduated from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2006. He then completed a traditional rotating internship at Richmond Heights Hospital in Ohio, followed by a dermatology residency in Kirksville, MO at Northeast Regional Medical Center. He continued his training with a fellowship in Mohs Surgery at the Center for Surgical Dermatology in Columbus, OH.
Following fellowship, Dr. Weyer was on staff at the Cleveland Clinic in the Dermatology and Plastic Surgery Institute as a Mohs surgeon from 2011-2012 before returning to his native home of Arizona. Back in Arizona, he co-founded Dermatology and Plastic Surgery of Arizona with his wife, Dr. Jamie Moenster.
He is the distinguished winner of the Tromovitch Award from the American College of Mohs Surgery in 2012. This award is given to the graduating fellow with the most significant contribution to research in skin cancer/Mohs surgery.
An avid outdoorsman, he enjoys fishing and hunting. He maintains an active lifestyle with CrossFit and soccer. He also enjoys cooking and travel with his wife, Dr. Jamie Moenster.
Mohs Reconstructions: Contours & Cartilage
- Use of cartilage for nasal defect support
- Assessing nasal valve compromise
- Staged flaps for reconstruction
- New advances in dermatologic treatment
- New methods of diagnosis or treatment
- Advances in medical knowledge
- Fred Merick. “Nasal Reconstruction; Art and Practice”.
- A. Milandi. “Two Suturing Techniques for Prevention & Treatment of Nasal Valve Collapse After Mohs Micrographic Surgery”. Derm Surg 2017.43,407-414.
Core Competencies: 2, 3
Disclosures: Key Organizational Leader: Revision Skincare; Spouse is Key Organizational Leader: Revision Skincare