Genevieve R. Wallace, M.D.
Dr. Genevieve Wallace is a board certified dermatologist and native of Northeast Texas. After growing up in nearby Tyler, she graduated summa cum laude from Abilene Christian University where she played both collegiate tennis and received a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. She attended the University of Texas at Houston Medical School where she was awarded “Dermatology Student of the Year” as a 4th year medical student.
After graduating from medical school in 2004, she continued her training at UT Houston and MD Anderson Cancer Center where she completed her internship in Internal Medicine. She then went on to specialize in dermatology and completed her residency in Dermatology at UT Houston in June of 2008. During her residency she served as Chief Dermatology Resident where she was actively involved in teaching both medical students and residents. She also enjoyed participating in various community outreach projects designed to educate the public about skin cancer prevention.
"One of my favorite things about practicing medicine is the opportunity to educate people about their own skin. I see medicine as a partnership between my patients and I. I love to answer their questions and to empower them with information to take steps themselves toward healthier skin. My goal is for my patients to understand any skin diseases or conditions they may be personally suffering from whether it be acne, skin cancer, or simply dry, sensitive skin. They can then take that information and turn it into new habits and lifestyle changes that promote healthier more radiant skin."
I was privileged to join NDDA in 2006 after my residency training in dermatology was completed at the University of Texas at Houston and MD Anderson Cancer Center. It has been wonderful to see our practice grow and thrive over the past several years. I am proud of the high level of medical care we offer to our patients each and every day.
- American Board of Dermatology Certified
Charity & Volunteer Work
- April 2000: San Salvador, El Salvador (Mercy Ships Ministries)
- April 2001: Maracaibo, Venezuela (Baptist Student Ministries, UT Houston Medical School/Baylor Medical School)
- April 2002: Acunya, Mexico (Baptist Student Ministries, UT Houston Medical School, Baylor Medical School)
- January & August 2010: Haiti, Brought medical aid to survivors of the earthquake
- June 2012: Ethiopia, Partnered with the medical relief organization, Ethiopia Smile, to bring medical care to those in need.
- November 2013: Ethiopia, Partnered with the medical relief organization, Ethiopia Smile, to bring medical care to those in need.