Marc Goldyne

artist artwork
Marc Goldyne was born in San Francisco California in 1944. He went to UC Berkeley where he received a BA in Art History in 1966. He received his MD degree from UC San Francisco in 1970, finished a dermatology residency at the Mayo Clinic, did 3 years of post-doctoral work at the Karolinska Institute(Sweden) in Biochemistry and received his PhD in Dermatologic Sciences and Pathology from the University of Minnesota in 1980. He has been a Professor of Dermatology at UC San Francisco as well as a practicing dermatologist since the 1980s and is a pioneer in the use of telemedicine technology.He is married, and he and his wife Gail have two married children and 2 grandchildren.
Drawing since the age of 5, Goldyne became interested in medical illustration while in medical school and has published his work in a number of professional journals.Most recently, he illustrated a children’s book, Frankie & the Phoenix about the San Francisco Fireboat and portable hydrant system that saved San Francisco’s Marina District from the earthquake-related fire in 1989.
Goldyne did these series of baseball “portraits” for his son who plays in the National Men’s Senior Baseball League/Men’s Adult Baseball League.