Sarah Korger, MD

Position title: Assistant Professor (CHS)

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Dr. Korger is a graduate of the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine (WARM) Program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. She is passionate about providing care to the rural communities of Wisconsin. Her research, teaching and advocacy interests are centered around telemedicine, public health, health equity and policy and media communication.

“I shall never be content until the beneficent influence of the University reaches every family of the state.” – UW President Charles Van Hise on the Wisconsin Idea

 

Contact
To Schedule an Appointment: UWHealth
Academic and Other: Administration

Education
Medical School, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health
University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, Bachelor of Science, Biology with Chemistry

Residency
University of Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics

Internship
Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center

Interests
Telemedicine: Video and Store and Forward
Social Media: Current social media manager for the University of Wisconsin Dermatology Department
Quality Improvement: Projects evaluating the telemedicine and social media platforms at University of Wisconsin and at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
Diverse and Inclusive Communication and Marketing

Professional Organizations
American Academy of Dermatology
Women’s Dermatologic Society
Wisconsin Dermatologic Society
Wisconsin Medical Society

Research Posters and Presentations
Sable, K, Nackers, A, Korger, S, Rosin, A, Bennett, D, Hinshaw, M, Bodemer, A. Xu, G. “The Clinical Utility of Teledermatology in Triaging and Diagnosing Skin Malignancies: A Series of Three Cases.” American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting 2022. Mar 2022.

Mortimer, S, Hinshaw, M. “Onychodystrophy as a Presenting Sign of Steal Syndrome.” Council For Nail Disorders Annual Meeting 2021. Jun 2021.

Mortimer, SA, Rosin, A. “A Retrospective Review of Incidental Malignancies in Veterans seen for Face to Face Follow Up After Teledermatology Consultation” Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 2021 Apr;84(4): 1130-1132

Mortimer, S. “Dermatology applicants’ use of Instagram during the 2020-2021 application cycle.” University of Wisconsin Department of Dermatology. Madison, WI. Mar 2021.

Mortimer, SA, Rosin, A. “Analysis of the Distribution of Dermatologists in Wisconsin: How Are We Doing in Providing Care to Our Most Vulnerable Communities.”

Wisconsin Medical Journal. 2020 Jun;119(2): 126-128

Mortimer, SA, Reeder, MJ. “Polycyclic Dermatitis: An unusual presentation of allergic contact dermatitis to rubber accelerators.” Dermatitis. Mar/Apr 2020; 31(2): e14-e15.

Mortimer, S, Rosin, A. “A current look at teledermatology at the William S. Middleton Veteran’s Affairs Hospital.” Department of Family Medicine Veteran’s Affairs. Madison, WI. September 2019.

Cooper, S, Lloyd, S, Koch, A, Lin, Xingxing, Dobbs, K, Theisen, T, Zuberbuehler, M, Tenpas, T, Bernhardt, K, Gyorfi, M, Mortimer, S, Lamont, C, Lehmann, M, Neeves, K. “Temperature effects on the activity, shape and storage, of platelets from 13-lined ground squirrels.” Journal of Comparative Physiology B. Jul;187(5-6):815-825

Mortimer, SA, Reeder, MJ. “Botanicals in Dermatology: Essential Oils, Botanical Allergens, and Current Regulatory Practices.” Dermatitis. 2016 Nov-Dec 27 (6): 317- 324.

Mortimer, S, Steinfeldt, A, Ravis, B.I., Juhl, O. “Village Health Assessment on Diabetes Management in Rural Thailand.” Mahidol University, Department of Public Health, Bangkok, Thailand, 2015.