Board Member
Brief info

Dr. Amelia K. Hausauer is a classical trained Russian ballet dancer who brings a unique perspective to the field of dermatology and aesthetic medicine. Dance is an exercise in nuance, a philosophy guiding how she approaches patient histories, analyzes anatomy, and designs comprehensive treatment plans. Hours spent in the studio learning to communicate through the tilt of head or the extension of a foot taught her that a masterpiece is the sum of innumerable parts, each of which needs to be studied with sublime precision and a critical eye before being reconstructed into a whole. Dr. Hausauer strives to integrate a rigorous knowledge of cutaneous biology with a refined and subtle sense of beauty. She takes pride in designing patient centered, detail oriented, and multimodal management plans in order to achieve the most radiant results.

Dr. Hausauer grew up in the Bay Area and earned a Bachelor of Science with the highest honors in Human Biology from Stanford University. Upon graduating, she received nine merit-based awards and prizes, including the Kristen Frohnmeyer Prize presented based on “significant academic excellence, true altruism, and the potential to make a difference.” Dr. Hausauer subsequently earned her medical doctorate at University of California San Francisco (UCSF).  After completing an internal medicine internship, she jumped coasts for a dermatology residency at New York University (NYU) The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology.It was here that Dr. Hausauer gained critical experience in medical, surgical and aesthetic dermatology, a knowledge base she brings to every consultation at Aesthetx.

Dr. Hausauer returned to California to complete an American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)-accredited cosmetic surgery fellowship at Skin Care and Laser Physicians of Beverly Hills with dermatologists Drs. Derek Jones and Naissan Wesley, world-renowned for their work on injectable fillers, botulinum toxin, and laser medicine. Dr. Hausauer has become an innovator and author in the world of PRP and microneedling and she has spearheaded several research trials on these subjects, including as the principal investigator for a study examining PRP in the treatment of male and female pattern hair loss. She lives in the Bay Area with her husband who works for a tech startup.