Thomas Stasko, MD
Disclosures: Contracted Research-Pfizer, Inc.-site principle investigator for investigational drug in atopic dermatitis

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Thomas Stasko, M.D.

                Professor and Chair, The Carl J. Herzog Chair in Dermatology

                     Department of Dermatology

University of Oklahoma College of Medicine


Dr. Thomas Stasko joined the Department of Dermatology at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine as professor and chair in January 2013He currently holds the Carl J. Herzog Chair in Dermatology.  He completed his dermatology residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, where he also earned his medical degree.   He completed a fellowship in Mohs Surgery at New England Medical Center, Boston.  Dr. Stasko’s clinical practice centers on diagnosing and treating patients with skin cancer. He is known internationally for his interest in skin cancer in solid organ transplant recipients.

Dr. Stasko has spent the past 30 years as a fellowship trained Mohs surgeon engaged in patient care and fellowship and residency training.  Prior to moving to Oklahoma, he served for 20 years as the director of dermatologic surgery at Vanderbilt University including the development of a fellowship program in Mohs surgery.  He is one of the founding members of the International Transplant Skin Cancer Collaborative and served as president from 2006-2008.  He is a past president of the American College of Mohs Surgery, having served as president from 2016-2017. He currently holds the position of Board of Directors historian. In 2019 he received the Distinguished Service Award from the American College of Mohs Surgery.


Dr. Stasko is an active clinician and educator.  He has served on multiple committees and task forces, has written numerous articles related to cutaneous oncology and co-edited a text on Transplant Dermatology.


Dr. Stasko has been happily married for over 48 years and has one daughter, one son, two granddaughters and a grandson.