Brittney Schultz, MD

Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Academic Health Center

Brittney Schultz

Contact Info

Office Phone 612-625-8625

Office Address:
Phillips Wangensteen Building
516 Delaware St. SE
Suite 4-240
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Mailing Address:
516 Delaware St. SE,
MMC 98
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Administrative Assistant Name
Brayden Duckson

Administrative Phone

Administrative Email

Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Academic Health Center


MD, University of Minnesota Medical School

Combined Internal Medicine/Dermatology Program, University of Minnesota


If you would like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Schultz, please call (612) 625-5656.

I am a medical dermatologist with a special interest in autoimmune blistering diseases. I am dedicated to improving the lives of patients through evidence-based, high-quality, and individualized care. I strive to provide every patient with a thorough and compassionate visit.


Director, Autoimmune Blistering Diseases Clinic, University of Minnesota

Clinical Informatics Quality Improvement Lead, Department of Dermatology

Awards & Recognition

2020-2021 JAAD Editorial Mentorship Program

University of Minnesota Dermatology Department Research Day, Top Five Abstracts, April 2019

International Pemphigus and Pemphigoid Foundation Star Award for Patient Support Nominee, October 2019

Women’s Dermatologic Society Mentorship Program Awardee, 2018-2019

Medical Dermatology Society Mentorship Program Awardee, 2017-2018

International Investigative Dermatology 2018 Meeting Travel Fellowship, May 2018

University of Minnesota Dermatology Department Research Day, Top Five Abstracts, May 2018


Research Summary/Interests

My research interests are autoimmune blistering diseases and quality improvement. I am working to develop a registry of patients with autoimmune blistering diseases so that further advances in the study of these conditions can be occur.


A. Streifel, L. Wessman, B. Schultz, D. Miller, D. Pearson. “Refractory mucositis associated with underlying follicular dendritic cell sarcoma of the thymus: Paraneoplastic pemphigus versus malignancy-exacerbated pemphigus vulgaris.” JAAD Case Reports. Accepted Sept 13 2019.

B. Schultz, K. Hook. "Bullous Diseases in Children: A Review of Clinical Features and Treatment Options." Pediatr Drugs. Published online Sept 10 2019.

B. Schultz, D. Culton. “A case of late-onset neutropenia secondary to rituximab in a patient with mucous membrane pemphigoid. JAAD Case Reports. 2019 Aug 5;5(8):715-719.

B. Schultz, D.D. Miller, S. Maguiness. “Diffuse Mottled Hyperpigmentation and p.Pro4Arg Mutations in LMNA Gene in a 5-year-old Boy, His Mother, and His Grandmother: Atypical Progeroid Syndrome.” Pediatric Dermatology. Published online 2019 Aug 4.

B. Schultz, E. Latour, N. Fett. “Quality of life remains poor for patients with pemphigus vulgaris despite targeted therapies.” British Journal of Dermatology. Accepted. May 23 2019.

K. Amin, U. Yaqoob, B. Schultz, et al. “Amphiregulin in Intestinal Acute Graft-versus-Host Disease: A Possible Diagnostic and Prognostic Aid. Modern Pathology. 2019 Apr;32(4):560-567.


Teaching Areas

I am engaged in teaching residents and medical students about the field of dermatology, particularly complex medical dermatology



Clinics and Surgery Center;Minneapolis VA Medical Center

Board Certifications

Dermatology; Internal Medicine

Clinical Interests

Autoimmune blistering diseases Complex medical dermatology