As a board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Pearson has been practicing on the Eastern Shore of Maryland since 2017. In 2009, he graduated with honors from the University of Maryland College Park where he studied biology with a focus in physiology and neurobiology. Dr. Pearson completed his medical training at the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine where he met his wife Courtney, who is now a family medicine physician. After graduation in 2013, they moved to Ohio to complete their residencies at the renowned Cleveland Clinic Foundation. At the Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Pearson had the opportunity to train in the full scope of dermatology with some of the leading experts in the field, cultivating a comprehensive skill set that has served him well in practice. Following successful completion of his residency in 2017, Dr. Pearson moved back to Maryland to practice in an underserved area where he focused on medical and surgical dermatology.
Dr. Pearson is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and a member of the American Medical Association. He will be joining Pinehurst Dermatology in September 2021, and is excited to offer his knowledge and expertise to the patients of Pinehurst Dermatology. Dr. Pearson and his wife, along with their three young children, are looking forward to calling Pinehurst their new home.
Anne Arundel Dermatology
- Opened and expanded a busy clinical practice in a new territory for a large, private-equity held dermatology group
- Worked in an underserved area with high patient volume
- Cared for a broad demographic of patients with a variety of diagnoses and needs ranging from complex medical and pediatric to surgical dermatology
Internship, Transitional Year
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Medical Degree, Cum Laude
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Bachelor of Science, Cum Laude
Physiology and Neurobiology
University of Maryland College Park
College Park, Maryland
Certificate: Earth, Life, & Time
University of Maryland College Park-Scholars Program
College Park, Maryland
Lee D, Pearson T, Proctor JL, Rosenthal RE, Fiskum G. Oximetry-Guided normoxic resuscitation following canine cardiac arrest reduces Purkinje neuronal damage. Resuscitation. 2019 Jul;140:23-28.
Pearson T, Bremmer M, Cohen J, Driscoll M. Vasculopathy related to cocaine adulterated with levamisole: A review of the literature. Dermatology Online Journal 18(7): 1
Keratosis Lichenoides Chronica. Presented at Ohio Dermatological Association Annual Meeting. October 2016.
Penicillamine-Induced Degenerative Dermatoses. Presented at Cleveland Dermatologic Society Meeting. May 2016.Scalp Sarcoidosis. Presented at Cleveland Dermatologic Society Meeting. May 2016.
Behcet’s disease. Presented at Cleveland Dermatologic Society Meeting. May 2015
Chilblains Lupus Erythematosus. Presented at Cleveland Dermatologic Society Meeting. May 2015
Nephrogenic fibrosing dermopathy. Presented at Maryland Dermatologic Society Meeting. Fall 2012
Eosinophilic Fasciitis. Presented at Maryland Dermatologic Society Meeting. May 2012
Pearson T, Hazelton J, Fiskum G. Protection Against Cerebellar Neurodegeneration Following Cardiac Arrest By Normoxic Resuscitation. 52nd National Student Research Forum. Galveston, TX April 21-22, 2011
Pearson T, Stiegel E, Fernandez A, Bergfeld W. Bullous chilblain lupus erythematosus in the setting of late stage Raynaud’s phenomenon: a novel histopathologic finding. 52nd American Society of Dermatopathology Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA October 8-11, 2015
Pearson T, Condon S, Bergfeld W. TNF-alpha antagonist-induced lupus like syndrome and TNF-alpha antagonist associated psoriasis: cutaneous reactions of TNF-alpha inhibitors
52nd American Society Dermatopathology Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA October 8-11, 2015
Pearson T, Napekoski K, Bergfeld W. A Curious Case of Calciphylaxis and Peripheral Artery Disease. 51st American Society of Dermatopathology Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. November 6-9, 2014
American Academy of Dermatology
American Medical Association