Dr. Keith Morley is a pediatric dermatologist and director of pediatric
dermatology at the University of Vermont Medical Center. He is also an
assistant professor at the Larner College of Medicine at UVM in Burlington,
VT. Dr. Morley specializes in pediatric dermatology, from common conditions
such as eczema, acne, and birthmarks to rarer conditions including genetic
disorders, cutaneous infections, and rheumatologic skin disease. He also
specializes in medical and laser treatment of vascular lesions.
Dr. Morley’s research interests include pediatric rheumatology/dermatology,
genodermatoses (genetic skin conditions), and vascular malformations, which
are anomalies that can affect the capillaries, veins, arteries, and
Dr. Morley believes pediatric dermatology is one of the most under-served
specialties in all of medicine and he’s very excited to bring his
experience and training back to his home state of Vermont. For him, it has
been incredibly satisfying to work with parents and children of all ages to
diagnose and treat a variety of skin conditions.
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