Lisa A. Zickuhr, MD
Disclosures: Consulting Fee-Lilly (Relationship has ended) - 12/12/2021

Lisa Zickuhr completed internal medicine residency at Washington University School of Medicine before attending rheumatology fellowship at Cleveland Clinic Foundation.  She earned her Masters of Health Professions Education from University of Missouri – Kansas City.  She currently is assistant professor of medicine at Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, where she serves as associate director of the rheumatology fellowship training program and director of the medicine clerkship.  Her scholarship focuses on medical education, with special interests in teaching health equity and justice as well as integrating clinical training into the virtual care environment.  She received the Clinician Scholar Educator Award from the Rheumatology Research Foundation for her proposal, "Best Practices for Sharing Decision-Making during Virtual Care Encounters" and is a co-director of the American College of Rheumatology working group that is adapting the AAMC Telehealth Competencies to the practice of rheumatology.  She is collaborating with rheumatologists and dermatologists across the United States – including her co-presenter for today’s session Joe Monroe – to develop curricula that teach providers an approach to diagnosing cutaneous lupus in patients with all skin tones.