Dr. Christine Kilcline grew up in nearby Marin and Sonoma counties. She began her medical training at University of California, Davis, where she graduated in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in physiology. She then attended Albany Medical College, class of 1998, graduating cum laude, then from University of California San Francisco pediatrics, 2001. Other training includes UCSF Psoriasis and Phototherapy Fellow, 2002; UCSF dermatology, 2005; and Children’s Hospital San Diego pediatric dermatology, 2006.
Kilcline’s accreditations include being certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties in dermatology and pediatric dermatology.
In her free time, Kilcline enjoys gardening and yoga and cheering on the U.S. soccer team in the World Cup. She recently celebrated her 10-year wedding anniversary with her husband. She is also bilingual in Spanish. (Dr. Kilcline es también bilingüe en español.)
Kilcline loves caring for children and their families. As a board certified pediatric dermatologist, she specializes in the unique aspects of care for children with skin disease and how it affects not only their physical development, but also the quality of life for the patient and their family, from birth to adolescence.
She completed a Pediatric Dermatology Fellowship with pioneers in the field of pediatric dermatology, which included specialized training in both laser and surgical care. She is specially trained in treating pigmented skin lesions and melanoma, autoimmune and autoinflammatory skin disorders, treatment of vascular lesions and birthmarks, care of children and adults with genetically based skin disease, and newborn skin diseases.
In addition to pediatric dermatology, Kilcline practices the comprehensive scope of general dermatology that includes skin cancer surgery, aesthetic dermatology and body sculpting with CoolSculpting.