Dr. William Abramovits was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Sciences in 1966 from the Colegio Santiago de Leon de Caracas.
He then went to the Venezuela Central University where he obtained his degree of Physician and Surgeon (MD) in 1972. Then he did an entire Internal Medicine residency from 1973 to 1976 at The University of Texas Medical School in Houston, Texas and followed that by a Dermatology residency at The University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) from 1976 to 1979. Thereafter he obtained the Board Certification In Dermatology.
Dr. Abramovits practiced dermatology for 10 years in Caracas and returned to practice initially in South Texas and since 1989, in Dallas, affiliated to the now Baylor Scott and White University Hospital in Dallas. During his career he has published approximately two hundred articles in medical journals and wrote or edited several textbooks of dermatology.
He is also an educator of medical students, residents of family practice, internal medicine, and dermatology at several university post-graduate programs.
Dr. Abramovits enjoys traveling nationally and worldwide, baseball and soccer and loves being with his family, friends, children and grandchildren.