Dr. Dahlke enthusiastically joined the Division of Dermatology at Queens in 2017 to work in Mohs micrographic surgery. Dr. Dahlke’s education includes an HBSc in microbiology and immunology from Dalhousie University, medical school at Western University and dermatology residency at the University of Toronto (FRCPC). She went on to complete additional fellowship subspecialty training in skin oncology and Mohs micrographic surgery (FACMS), as well as a Master’s Degree (MScCH) in Health Practitioner Teacher Education at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Dahlke is the physician lead for two of the four academic hospital-based Mohs micrographic surgery units in Ontario - Hotel Dieu Hospital, Queens, and St. Joseph’s Health Centre, Unity Health Network. Dr. Dahlke holds cross appointments in the Division of Dermatology at Women’s College Hospital, University Health Network as well as in Laboratory Medicine at St. Michaels Hospital.
Dedicated to medical education, Dr. Dahlke is the undergraduate Director of Dermatology Education for the University of Toronto Medical School and she was the recipient of a national clinical teaching award from the Canadian Dermatology Association for post-graduate dermatology teaching in her first year of practice.
Dr. Dahlke’s research interests include the treatment of skin cancer, medical education, quality improvement related to patient experience, and equity and diversity in dermatology.
Her clinical focus is in providing excellent aesthetic outcomes in post-tumour extirpation facial reconstruction in Mohs micrographic surgery.