David Wetter is a board-certified dermatologist practicing in Rochester, Minnesota and currently accepting new patients.
He is the author of over 115 peer reviewed articles and serves as a clinical professor in the Department of Dermatology. Additionally, he provides mentorship services for many residents and medical students.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood education is an integral component of growth for children at all stages of development. It provides essential social-emotional skills while instilling critical thinking and literacy.
At this critical stage, children’s brains develop at an exponential pace. Therefore, it is vital that they have access to an ideal learning environment with supportive teachers who will assist their development during this formative period.
At this age, children also develop essential social-emotional skills such as self-confidence, emotion regulation and the ability to express themselves freely – essential tools for academic success and future well-being.
David Wetter has dedicated his career to eradicating health inequities through innovative research approaches. This work includes conceptual models of addictive and cancer risk behaviors, theoretically-based interventions, translational research to implement these interventions into real world settings, as well as translational research that seeks to disseminate them across society.
He is dedicated to reducing health disparities across the US by addressing issues related to low socioeconomic status individuals, minority groups, and women. To that end, he has established partnerships between community health centers, primary care associations, state departments of health and schools for improved care delivery.
His research areas of focus include Smoking cessation, intervention, socioeconomic status, abstinence and family medicine. His studies also incorporate themes from psychological intervention, environmental health and nicotine into their research into smoking cessation.
Achievement and Honors
David Wetter is renowned research scientist with over 170 publications to his name. Additionally, he is a passionate supporter of students and training; during his short time at CSUN he has mentored 10 postdoctoral fellows that have since gone on to become faculty members.
He has an avid passion for skin disease research spanning clinical and translational science. His studies range from medical dermatology, rheumatologic skin disorders and hospital dermatology – and even include health psychology studies such as smoking cessation research for which he won the award from NIH-funded research grants.
He hails from California and graduated with honors from Adolfo Camarillo High School where he excelled in volleyball and basketball for the Scorpions.
David Wetter is a dermatology doctor affiliated with Mayo Clinic and certified by the American Board of Dermatology.
He has dedicated much of his professional career to research on eliminating disparities in health behaviors, as well as offering clinical and research mentoring to both students and residents.
Advocate and Doctor in Cancer Prevention Award Winner by Mayo Fellows Association.
David enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He is the proud husband and father of two, while also boasting eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
David Wetter’s estimated net worth exceeds $250 Million. He owns an extensive array of assets such as stocks, mansions, luxury yachts and private jets.
Wetter is a certified public accountant based out of both New York and New Jersey. Additionally, he co-hosts Joe & Evan Show weekdays from 2 pm onwards.
He has been married twice and is the proud parent of three children. His wealth comes from his career as a radio host, investments and other sources.
He enjoys a successful career as a radio host and has amassed significant wealth. Now living an extravagant lifestyle, his income from his job should increase significantly by 2020.