Curriculum Vitae

Robert Haber, MD 

 

Academic Appointments

CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
University Hospitals of Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio
Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology and Pediatrics 2006-Present
Assistant Professor of Dermatology and Pediatrics 1994-2006
Director, Pediatric Dermatology 1994-2004

OHIO COLLEGE OF PODIATRIC MEDICINE
Department of General Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio
Instructor of Dermatology 1991-1992

Hospital Appointments

University Hospitals of Cleveland
Cleveland, Ohio 1994-Present

Parma General Community Hospital
Parma, Ohio 1994-Present

Summa Health System
Akron, Ohio 2001-Present

Akron General Medical Center
Akron, Ohio 2001-Present

Residencies & Fellowships

THE STOUGH CLINIC 7/93-6/94
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Fellowship, Dermatologic Cosmetic Surgery and
Hair Restoration Surgery

UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS OF CLEVELAND 7/90-6/93
Cleveland, Ohio
Dermatology Residency

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER 7/89-6/90
New York, New York
Fellowship, Dermatopharmacology

ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 7/86-6/89
Bronx, New York
Pediatric Internship, Pediatric Residency

Education

ALBANY MEDICAL COLLEGE 9/82-5/86
Albany, New York M.D. - 5/86

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 9/77-5/81
Syracuse, New York B.S. - 5/81 (Psychology) Honors

Awards & Honors

Caesar Award- Italian Society of Hair Restoration 2007
Ghirlandina Award- Italian Society of Hair Restoration 2005
Rome Award for Ethics in Hair Restoration- Italian Society of Hair Restoration 2003
Michelangelo Award- Italian Society of Hair Restoration 2002
Voted One of Ohio’s Top Doctors- Northern Ohio Live Magazine 2001
First International Archimedes Award- Italian Society of Hair Restoration 2001
Accepted as Life Member, National Registry of Who’s Who 1999
Research Grant Award- International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1998
Surgeon of the Month- Hair Transplant Forum International 1998
Hair Restoration Surgeon of the Year- Consumer Business Review 1997
Excellence in Resident Teaching Award- Dermatology Residents- University Hospitals of Cleveland 1996
Research Grant Award- International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1994
Award of Excellence- International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1994
Special Senior Student Award- Albany Medical College 1986
Syracuse University - cum laude 1981

Memberships in Professional Societies

Fellow- American Academy of Dermatology
Fellow- American Academy of Pediatrics
Fellow- American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
Fellow- American Society for Mohs Surgery
Member- American Medical Association
Member- Cleveland Dermatological Association
Member- Ohio Dermatological Society
Member- Ohio Society for Dermatologic Surgery
Member- Academy of Medicine of Cleveland
Member- International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery
Member- Society for Pediatric Dermatology
Member- Section on Dermatology, American Academy of Pediatrics
Member- European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery

Offices in Professional Societies

President
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2002 - 2003

Chairman
Global Council of Hair Restoration Surgery Societies 2002 - 2003

Vice President
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2001 - 2002

Treasurer
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1999 - 2001

Board of Governors
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1998 - 2004

Licensure & Board Certification

Ohio State License #64474
Diplomate, American Board of Dermatology
Diplomate, American Board of Pediatrics
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners

Committee & Administrative Service

Editor, Hair Transplant Forum International
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2005-2008

Chairman, Ad Hoc Committee on Residency Programs
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2005-2007

Strategic Task Force on Practice Guidelines and Physician Recognition
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2005-Present

Strategic Task Force on Training Initiative
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2005-Present

Chairman, Task Force on Hair Transplant CPT Codes
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2004-Present

Chairman, Past-President’s Committee
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2004-2005

Nominating Committee
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2004-2005

Chairman, Audit Committee
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2004-Present

Committee on Standard of Care and Core Curriculum Development
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2002-2004

Committee on Continuing Medical Education
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2002-Present

Melanoma/Skin Cancer Committee
American Academy of Dermatology 2001-2005

Live Surgery Workshop Committee
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2001-2004

Pro Bono Foundation Committee
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2001-Present

Ad Hoc Certification Committee
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2001-2002

Participant
American Academy of Dermatology Washington Conference 2000

Program Chairman - Annual Meeting
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1997

Workshop Coordinator - Annual Meeting
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1996

Fellowship Training Committee
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1996 - 1998

Annual Meeting Committee
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1995 - 1998

Workshop Coordinator - Annual Meeting
International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 1995

Computer Committee
Department of Dermatology
University Hospitals of Cleveland 1995 - 1997

Medical Records Committee
University Hospitals of Cleveland 1994 - Present

Educational Activities

Medical Student Teaching - Clinical Pediatric Dermatology 1994 - Present

Resident Teaching - Clinical Pediatric Dermatology 1994 - Present

Scientific Activities

EDITOR
Hair Transplant Forum International 2005-2008

JOURNAL REVIEWER
Journal of Dermatologic Surgery 1996
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 1995
Neurology 1995

Bibliography

TEXTBOOKS

1.Haber RS, Stough D. Hair Transplantation. China: Elsevier Saunders, 2006.

2.Stough D, Haber RS. Hair Replacement: Surgical and Medical. St. Louis: Mosby Year Book Publishing Company, 1996.

TEXTBOOK CHAPTERS

1.Haber RS. Alopecia. In Loue S, Sajatovic M, eds. The Encyclopedia of Aging and Public Health. Springer, (in press).

2.Haber RS. Hair replacement. In Loue S, Sajatovic M, eds. The Encyclopedia of Aging and Public Health. Springer, (in press).

3.Haber RS. Pathogenesis and medical therapy of male and female pattern hair loss. In Haber RS, Stough D. Hair Transplantation. Elsevier, China 2006.

4.Haber RS. Standardized photography for hair restoration surgery. In Stough D, Haber RS, eds. Hair Replacement: Surgical and Medical. St. Louis: Mosby Year Book Publishing Company, 1996.

5.Haber RS, Stough D. Accurate estimation of graft requirements when utilizing multibladed knives In Stough D, Haber RS, eds. Hair Replacement: Surgical and Medical. St. Louis: Mosby Year Book Publishing Company, 1996.

6.Haber RS, Stough D. The postoperative dressing. In Stough D, Haber RS, eds. Hair Replacement: Surgical and Medical. St. Louis: Mosby Year Book Publishing Company, 1996.

7.Haber RS, Kahn SH. Nerve block anesthesia of the scalp. In Stough D, Haber RS, eds. Hair Replacement: Surgical and Medical. St. Louis: Mosby Year Book Publishing Company, 1996.

8.Stough D, Haber RS. The donor site. In Stough D, Haber RS, eds. Hair Replacement: Surgical and Medical. St. Louis: Mosby Year Book Publishing Company, 1996.

ORIGINAL REPORTS

1.Stough D, Stenn K, Haber RS, et al. Psychological effect, pathophysiology, and management of androgenetic alopecia in men. Mayo Clin Proc. 2005 Oct;80(10):1316-22.

2.Haber RS. Pharmacologic management of pattern hair loss. Facial Plast Surg Clin N Am 12:181-189, 2004.

3.Avram M, Cole J, Gandelman M, Haber RS, et al. The potential role of minoxidil in the hair transplant setting. Dermatol Surg 28:894-900, 2002.

4.Haber RS. Dutasteride for androgenetic alopecia- words of caution (letter). Hair Transplant Forum International 12:35-36, 2002.

5.Haber RS. Octylcyanoacrylate tissue adhesive vs. Staples for donor site closure in hair restoration surgery. Cosmetic Dermatology 12:33-36, 1999.

6.Haber RS. The argument against board certification (letter). Hair Transplant Forum International 9:33-36, 1999.

7.Bernstein RM, Rassman WR, Seager D, Shapiro R, Cooley JE, Norwood OT, Stough DB, Beehner M, Arnold J, Limmer BL, Avram MR, McClellan RE, Rose PT, Blugerman G, Gandelman M, Cotterill PC, Haber R, Jones R, Vogel JE, Moy RL, Unger WP. Standardizing the classification and description of follicular unit transplantation and mini-micrografting techniques. Dermatol Surg 24:957-963, 1998.

8.Haber, RS. On developmental milestones (letter). Pediatrics 102:884, 1998.

9.Haber RS. Photographic protocols for hair restoration surgery. Int J Aesth and Restor Surg 3:89-92, 1995.

10.Haber, RS. Accutane precautions (letter). Fitzpatrick’s J Clin Dermatol May/June:9, 1994.

11.Wood GS, Haber RS. Novel histiocytoses considered in the context of histiocyte subset differentiation (editorial review). Arch Dermatol 129:210-214, 1993.

12.Shupack JL, Stiller MJ, Haber RS. AIDS and the skin: Psoriasis and Reiter's syndrome. Clin Dermatol 9:53-58, 1991.

13.Conway EE, Haber RS, Gumprecht J, Singer LP. Toxic shock syndrome following Influenza A in a child. Crit Care Med 19:123-125, 1991.

14.Shupack JL, Haber RS, Stiller MJ. The future of topical therapy for cutaneous aging.J Dermatol Surg Oncol 16:941-944, 1990.

15.Held JL, Haber RS, Silvers DN, Grossman ME. Benign neonatal hemangiomatosis: review and description of a patient with unusually persistent lesions. Pediatr Dermatol 7:63-6, 1990.

16.Haber RS, Beltrani VP, Yunakov MJ, Held JL. Basal cell carcinoma of the scalp in a black patient. Cutis 44: 59-60, 1989

POSTERS AND ABSTRACTS

1.Haber RS, Stough D. Accurate estimation of hair transplant graft requirements. Presented at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. New Orleans: February 1995.

2.Haber RS, Stough D. Single hair grafting: the final frontier. Presented at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. Washington, D.C: December 1993.

3.Stiller M, Shupack J, Davis I, Wachsman S, Haber R, Kenny C, Jondreau L. Elevation of blood lipids in patients treated with low dose cyclosporine for severe recalcitrant plaque-type psoriasis. Presented at the Skin Pharmacology Society Meeting. June 20-22, 1991.

4.Shupack JL, Stiller MJ, Thaler S, Frey J, Cooper D, Haber RS. Acceleration of wound healing by a portable pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) device. J Invest Dermatol 96:570A, 1991.

Seminars, Lectures, and Presentations

1.Haber RS. Principal Surgeon- Live demonstration of female hair transplant. Presented to conference attendees at the ISHRS Regional Workshop: Made in Italy Hair Restoration Live Video Workshop. Rome, Italy: May 30-June 1, 2008.

2.Haber RS. Overview of hair restoration surgery. Presented to Dermatology Residents at the University Hospitals of Cleveland Department of Dermatology Clinical Conference. Cleveland: January 24, 2008.

3.Haber RS. Tissue spreader: Analysis of transection reduction. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Las Vegas: September 26-30, 2007.

4.Haber RS. Tissue spreader: Analysis of transection reduction. Presented to attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Annual Meeting. Milan: June 1, 2007.

5.Haber RS. Tissue spreader: Analysis of transection reduction. Presented to attendees at the European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Paris: May 25, 2007.

6.Haber RS. Principal Surgeon- Live demonstration of tissue spreader. Presented to conference attendees at the European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Paris: May 25, 2007.

7.Haber RS. Hair restoration surgery. Presented to attendees at the Northern Ohio Academy of Pharmacy Morning Seminar. Cleveland: April 25, 2007.

8.Haber RS. Hair transplant update: 2007. Presented to attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.: February 2-6, 2007.

9.Haber RS. Harvesting the donor strip for maximum yield. Presented to attendees at the American Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Phoenix: January 24, 2007.

10.Haber RS. Modern principles of hair restoration surgery. Presented to Dermatology Residents at the University Hospitals of Cleveland Department of Dermatology Clinical Conference. Cleveland: December 4, 2006.

11.Haber RS. Panelist. Patient evaluation and selection. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. San Diego: October 18-23, 2006.

12.Haber RS. Anesthetics and other medications for hair restoration. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. San Diego: October 18-23, 2006.

13.Haber RS. Director, Ergonomics workshop. Principles and pearls. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. San Diego: October 18-23, 2006.

14.Haber RS. Faculty, Hairline and crown workshop. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. San Diego: October 18-23, 2006.

15.Haber RS. Safe donor harvesting. An update on the spreader. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. San Diego: October 18-23, 2006.

16.Haber RS. Moderator, Live surgery workshop. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. San Diego: October 18-23, 2006.

17.Haber RS. Harvesting high quality strips with minimal transection. Presented to conference attendees at the European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Zurich, Switzerland: May 25-28, 2006.

18.Haber RS. Team Surgeon- Live demonstration of follicular unit transplantation on female patient. Presented to conference attendees at the ISHRS Live Surgery Workshop. Orlando, Florida: March 15-18, 2006.

19.Haber RS. Principal Surgeon- Live demonstration of tissue spreader. Presented to conference attendees at the ISHRS Live Surgery Workshop. Orlando, Florida: March 15-18, 2006.

20.Haber RS. Session Moderator- New devices and instruments in hair restoration surgery. Presented to conference attendees at the ISHRS Live Surgery Workshop. Orlando, Florida: March 15-18, 2006.

21.Haber RS. The tissue spreader- a new device to minimize donor transection. Presented to conference attendees at the ISHRS Live Surgery Workshop. Orlando, Florida: March 15-18, 2006.

22.Haber RS. A new delivery vehicle for minoxidil. Presented to conference attendees at the ISHRS Live Surgery Workshop. Orlando, Florida: March 15-18, 2006.

23.Haber RS. A new device for efficient strip harvesting. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Sydney, Australia: August 24-28, 2005.

24.Haber RS. Recent advances in hair restoration. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Sydney, Australia: August 24-28, 2005.

25.Haber RS. Session moderator. Female hair loss. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Sydney, Australia: August 24-28, 2005.

26.Haber RS. A new device to minimize donor transection. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Modena, Italy: June 2-4, 2005.

27.Haber RS. The all important initial consultation. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. Washington, DC: February 2004.

28.Haber RS. Presidents Address. The state of our profession: seeking to simplify, yet becoming more complex. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. New York: October 15-19, 2003.

29.Haber RS. The state of our profession: seeking to simplify, yet becoming more complex Presented to conference attendees at the European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting, May 29-Jun 1, 2003.

30.Haber RS. Maximizing the esthetic ideal in hair restoration. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Rome, Italy: May 25-27, 2003.

31.Haber RS. Nerve blocks, donor site harvesting and closure, follicular unit micrografting. Live surgical demonstration to conference attendees at the Guadalajara Masters Meeting. Guadalajara: February 28-March 3, 2003.

32.Haber RS. Panelist. How we incorporate finasteride into our practice. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Chicago: October 9-13, 2002.

33.Haber RS. Session moderator. Road blocks to hair loss. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Chicago: October 9-13, 2002.

34.Haber RS. Emerging pharmacologic allies in the hair loss war. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Chicago: October 9-13, 2002.

35.Haber RS. New Therapies in Atopic Dermatitis. Presented to attendees at an Advisory Board Meeting. Cleveland: August 1, 2002. Sponsor: Novartis Pharmaceuticals.

36.Haber RS. Session Moderator, Complications. European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting, London: June 6-9, 2002.

37.Haber RS. The role of finasteride in the hair restoration practice. Presented to conference attendees at the European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting, London: June 6-9, 2002.

38.Haber RS. The controversial role of artificial hair in hair restoration. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Florence, Italy: June 5, 2002.

39.Haber RS. New Therapies in Atopic Dermatitis. Presented to attendees at a Roundtable Discussion Meeting. Cleveland: May 23, 2002. Sponsor: Novartis Pharmaceuticals.

40.Haber RS. The role of finasteride in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia. Presented to attendees at a Roundtable Discussion Meeting. Cleveland: April 25, 2002. Sponsor: Merck Pharmaceuticals.

41.Haber RS. Diagnosis and management of eczema and atopic dermatitis in children. Presented to attendees at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Teaching Grand Rounds, Cleveland: April 24, 2002.

42.Haber RS. The role of finasteride in the hair restoration practice. Presented to attendees at a Roundtable Discussion Meeting. Worcester, Mass: March 19, 2002. Sponsor: Merck Pharmaceuticals.

43.Haber RS. Panelist, Medicine and hair transplantation. Presented to conference attendees at the ISHRS Live Surgery Workshop. Orlando: March 6-9, 2002.

44.Haber RS. Panelist, Recipient sites in hair restoration surgery. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Live Surgery Workshop. Orlando: March 6-9, 2002.

45.Haber RS. Session Moderator, Special considerations in hair restoration. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Live Surgery Workshop. Orlando: March 6-9, 2002.

46.Haber RS. Total micrografting using follicular units and microslits. Live surgical demonstration to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Live Surgery Workshop. Orlando: March 6-9, 2002.

47.Haber RS. Pigmented nevi and melanoma in children. Presented to attendees at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Teaching Grand Rounds, Cleveland: January 16, 2002.

48.Haber RS. The role of finasteride in hair restoration surgery. Presented to Dermatologists at the Ohio Dermatological Association Annual Meeting. Columbus: November 16-17, 2001.

49.Haber RS. Session Moderator, Ideas and controversies. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: October18-22, 2001.

50.Haber RS. Session Moderator, Open microphone. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: October18-22, 2001.

51.Haber RS. Session Moderator, Managing the hair transplant patient with pharmacological treatments: pre & post surgery. Advisory Meeting. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: October 17, 2001. Sponsor: Pharmacia Corporation.

52.Haber RS. Managing expectations and patient outcomes in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia. Presented to attendees at a Roundtable Discussion Meeting. Los Angeles, California: June 8, 2001. Sponsor: Merck Pharmaceuticals.

53.Haber RS. Managing expectations and patient outcomes in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia. Presented to attendees at a Roundtable Discussion Meeting. Costa Mesa, California: June 7, 2001. Sponsor: Merck Pharmaceuticals.

54.Haber RS. Megasession magic- how to make the leap. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Syracusa, Sicily: May 24-27, 2001.

55.Haber RS. New advances in medical and surgical treatment of hair loss. Presented to Dermatology Residents at a Roundtable Discussion Meeting. Cleveland: January 25, 2001. Sponsor: Merck Pharmaceuticals.

56.Haber RS. Session Moderator, Scientific Session IV: Lasers in hair restoration surgery. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Hawaii: November 30-December 4, 2000.

57.Haber RS. Fungal infections and atopic dermatitis. Presented to attendees at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Teaching Grand Rounds, Cleveland: May 24, 2000.

58.Haber RS. Medical and surgical management of hair loss. Presented to attendees at the Ohio Dermatology Nursing Association Spring Meeting. Cleveland: May 6, 2000.

59.Haber RS. Finasteride: the American experience. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Rome: January 12-17, 2000.

60.Haber RS. Hair restoration: Hot tips for the new millennium. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Rome: January 12-17, 2000.

61.Haber RS. Session Moderator, Scientific Session I: A potpourri of useful ideas for the hair replacement surgeon. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. San Francisco: October 20-24, 1999.

62.Haber RS. Session Moderator, Clinical/Surgical Pearls Session. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.: September 16-20, 1998.

63.Haber RS. The use of a tissue adhesive for closing the donor site. Presented to attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. San Francisco: October 20-24, 1999.

64.Haber RS. Evaluation of pigmented and vascular lesions in children. Presented to attendees at the Ohio Dermatology Nursing Association Fall Meeting. Columbus: September 25, 1999.

65.Haber RS. New techniques in hair restoration. Presented to attendees at the Akron Journal Club. Akron: July 20, 1999.

66.Haber RS. Medical and surgical management of hair loss. Presented to attendees at the Dermatology Update for at the Chautaqua Institution Conference. Chautaqua: July 2, 1999.

67.Haber RS. How to diagnose and treat patients with hair loss. Presented to attendees at the Dermatology Update for Primary Care Physicians Conference. Akron: April 21, 1999.

68.Haber RS. Advanced concepts in pediatric dermatology. Presented to conference attendees at the Fairview Hospital Pediatric Grand Rounds. Cleveland: March 19, 1999.

69.Haber RS. Comparative study of micrografting using follicular units and microslits vs. needle sites with dilators, the Rassman Implanter, and the Choi implanter. Live surgical demonstration to conference attendees at the World Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Orlando: March 4-9, 1998.

70.Haber RS. Advanced concepts in pediatric dermatology. Presented to conference attendees at the Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Pediatric Grand Rounds. Cleveland: January 21, 1999.

71.Haber RS. Pediatric Dermatology. Presented to Dermatology Residents at the University Hospitals of Cleveland Department of Dermatology Clinical Conference. Cleveland: December 30, 1998.

72.Haber RS. Current concepts in pediatric dermatology. Presented to attendees at the Meridia-Hillcrest Pediatric Conference. Cleveland: November 6, 1998.

73.Haber RS. Cherish or Perish: The critical role of the medical assistant. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.: September 16-20, 1998.

74.Haber RS. Megasession Workshop. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.: September 16-20, 1998.

75.Haber RS. My worst complication. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.: September 16-20, 1998.

76.Haber RS. Dermabond (octylcyanoacrylate) tissue adhesive vs. staples for donor site closure. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.: September 16-20, 1998.

77.Haber RS. Total micrografting: a new treatment for hair loss. Presented to attendees at the Community Talk, University Suburban Health Center. Cleveland: July 29, 1998.

78.Haber RS. Density vs. the natural look: the microslit solution. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Rome: May 21-24, 1998.

79.Haber RS. Micrografting with follicular units and microslits. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Rome: May 21-24, 1998.

80.Haber RS. Non-surgical skin rejuvenation. Presented to attendees of the Health Museum of Cleveland You Look Marvelous program. Cleveland: May 2, 1998.

81.Haber RS. Micrografting using follicular units and microslits- The Cleveland technique. Presented to conference attendees at the World Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Orlando: March 4-9, 1998.

82.Haber RS. The medical and surgical treatment of hair loss. Presented to Family Practice practitioners at a Roundtable Discussion Meeting. Vermillion, Ohio: November 18, 1997. Sponsor: Merck Pharmaceuticals.

83.Haber RS. Session Moderator, Controversies Session: Debates. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Annual Meeting. Barcelona, Spain: October 15-19, 1997.

84.Haber RS. Advances in hair replacement. Presented to Dermatologists at the Ohio Dermatological Association Annual Meeting. Columbus: September 26-28, 1997.

85.Haber RS. Clinical photography: what the Dermatologist needs to know. Presented to Dermatology Residents at the University Hospitals of Cleveland Department of Dermatology Clinical Conference. Cleveland: August 20, 1997.

86.Haber RS. Childhood skin disorders: what the Family Practitioner needs to know. Presented to Family Practice Residents at University Hospitals of Cleveland, Clinical Conference. Cleveland: August 19, 1997.

87.Haber RS. Office photography tips for the hair restoration surgeon. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Rome: June 6-8, 1997.

88.Haber RS. The microslit approach to hair restoration surgery. Presented to conference attendees at the Italian Society of Hair Restoration Meeting. Rome: June 6-8, 1997.

89.Haber RS. Update on treatment of eczema. Presented to Pediatricians at the Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, Pediatrics Today Conference. Cleveland: February 25, 1997.

90.Haber RS. Eczema and Atopic Dermatitis. Presented to Pediatric Residents at Teaching Grand Rounds, Cleveland: October 2, 1996.

91.Haber RS. Should alopecia reductions be performed at all? Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Nashville: September 15-18, 1996.

92.Haber RS. Hair transplantation in the young patient. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Nashville: September 15-18, 1996.

93.Haber RS. Management of severe atopic dermatitis in children. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Summer Meeting. Orlando: July 1996.

94.Haber RS. Basic topics in hair restoration: the consultation, anatomy, photography, medico-legal issues, local anesthesia, nerve blocks. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Summer Meeting. Orlando: July 1996.

95.Haber RS. Pediatric Dermatology for the Pediatrician. Presented to Pediatric Residents at Teaching Grand Rounds, Cleveland: May 23, 1996.

96.Haber RS. Update in Pediatric Dermatology. Presented to primary care physicians at the University Primary Care Physician Practices Conference, Cleveland: April 24,1996.

97.Haber RS. Pediatric dermatology- common conditions. Presented to conference attendees at Medicine Fall 1995 Conference, Cleveland: November 15, 1995.

98.Haber RS. Setting up the hair restoration surgical suite. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Las Vegas: September 5-8, 1995.

99.Haber RS. Advanced hair photography Workshop. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Las Vegas: September 5-8, 1995.

100.Haber RS. A simplified approach to strip length determination. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Las Vegas: September 5-8, 1995.

101.Haber RS. Accurate estimation of hair transplant graft requirements- Introduction of the Trichoscope. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. New Orleans: February 1995.

102.Haber RS. A new device for taking great Polaroid photos. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. New Orleans: February 1995.

103.Haber RS. A new approach to the frontal nerve block for hair transplantation. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. New Orleans: February 1995.

104.Haber RS. Childhood skin disorders: what the pediatrician needs to know. Presented at the Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, Pediatrics Today Conference. Cleveland: December 13, 1994.

105.Haber RS. A new method for graft count estimation in total micrografting- Introduction of the Trichoscope. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Toronto: September 9-11, 1994.

106.Haber RS. Let’s standardize hair restoration photography. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Toronto: September 9-11, 1994.

107.Haber RS. Getting the picture- Photography for hair transplantation. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Toronto: September 9-11, 1994.

108.Haber RS. Photography Workshop. Presented to conference attendees at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Meeting. Toronto: September 9-11, 1994.

109.Haber RS. Nerve block anesthesia for hair transplant surgery. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. Washington, D.C.: December 1993.

110.Haber RS. A refined method of donor harvesting. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. Washington, D.C: December 1993.

111.Haber RS. Update on Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis. Presented at the University Hospitals of Cleveland Department of Dermatology Conference. Cleveland: August 1992.

112.Haber RS. Dermatologic Photography. Presented at the University Hospitals of Cleveland Department of Dermatology Conference. Cleveland: March 1992.

113.Haber RS. Annular Erythema of Infancy. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. Dallas: December 1991.

114.Haber RS. Update on the Ichthyoses. Presented at the University Hospitals of Cleveland Department of Dermatology Conference. Cleveland: March 1991.

115.Haber RS. Report of a cutaneous manifestation of congenital lymphangiectasis. Presented to conference attendees at the American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. Atlanta: December 1990.

116.Haber RS. Topical anti-androgens in the treatment of male pattern baldness and acne. Presented to conference attendees at the New York University Advances in Dermatology Conference. New York: April 1990.

Clnical Research Activities

1.Principal investigator, A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized, Vehicle-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study Comparing Confidential Confidential to Confidential and Both Active Treatments to a Vehicle Control in the Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis. June 2008-Present
Sponsor: Confidential

2.Principal investigator, A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized, Vehicle-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study Comparing Generic Confidential to Confidential (Confidential) and both Active Treatments to a Vehicle Control in the Treatment of Actinic Keratosis of the Face and Scalp. June 2008-Present
Sponsor: Confidential

3.Principal investigator, Development and Validation of a Patient-Reported Alopecia Efficacy Measure and Modification of the Women’s Androgenetic Alopecia Quality of Life Questionnaire. January 2008-March 2008
Sponsor: Confidential

4.Principal investigator, A Multicenter, Randomized, Double Blind, Parallel Group Study to Demonstrate the Efficacy and Safety of Confidential Compared with Vehicle Lotion in Subjects with Acne Vulgaris.
September 2007-February 2008
Sponsor: Confidential

5.Principal investigator, A Comparative Safety and Efficacy Study between Confidential and Confidential In Subjects ≥6 Months of Age with Pediculosis Capitis. September 2007-April 2008
Sponsor: Confidential

6.Principal investigator, A Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo Controlled, Parallel Design, Clinical Study to Evaluate the Bioequivalence Confidential Compared to Confidential (Confidential) in Patients with Acne Vulgaris.
June 2007-January 2008
Sponsor: Confidential

7.Principal investigator, APPLES: A Prospective Pediatric Longitudinal Evaluation to Assess the Long-Term Safety of Tacrolimus Ointment for the Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis.June 2007-Present
Sponsor: Astellas Pharma US, Inc.

8.Principal investigator, A Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo Controlled, Parallel Design, Multi-Site Clinical Study to Evaluate the Bioequivalence of Confidential (Confidential) to Confidential (Confidential) in Patients with Moderate to Severe Plaque Psoriasis. April 2007-January 2008
Sponsor: Confidential

9.Principal investigator, A Prospective 10 Year Registry of Pediatric Subjects (age ≥2 years to ≤17 years) With Atopic Dermatitis Who Have Used Elidel Cream 1% (pimecrolimus.) April 2007-Present
Sponsor: Concordia Clinical Research Inc.

10.Principal investigator, A Multi-Center, Double-Blind, Randomized, Vehicle-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study Comparing Confidential to Confidential and Both Active Treatments to a Vehicle Control in the Treatment of Acne Vulgaris. February 2007-February 2008.
Sponsor: Confidential

11.Principal investigator, A Phase IV, Open-Label, Community-based, 4 Week Trial Assessing Efficacy, Tolerance to Treatment, and Patient Satisfaction With CLOBEX® (clobetasol propionate) Spray, 0.05% When Used as Monotherapy or as Add-on Therapy to Existing Systemic or Topical Anti-psoriatic Agents for the Treatment of Moderate to Sever Plaque Psoriasis. February 2006 – June 2006.
Sponsor: Galderma Laboratories

12.Principal investigator, A randomized sequential group-dose escalation double-blind trial of topically applied tacrolimus vs. vehicle in three to six year old children with atopic dermatitis. July 1996 - 2000.
Co-investigator: Kevin Cooper, M.D. Sponsor: Fujisawa

13.Co-investigator, A phase IV trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of PUVA (psoralen and UVA light) in patients with psoriasis not adequately responsive to steroid therapy. August 1993-June 1994.
Co-investigator: Dow Stough, M.D. Sponsor: ICN Pharmaceuticals

14.Research associate, evaluation of 6 weeks and 12 weeks treatment with Lamisil (250mg daily) vs. placebo in the treatment of onychomycosis of the fingernails. February 1993-June 1993.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corp.

15.Research associate, evaluation of 12 weeks and 24 weeks treatment with Lamisil (250mg ) vs. placebo in the treatment of onychomycosis of the toenails. October 1992-June 1993.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corp.

16.Research associate, evaluation of topical 0.1 % isotretinoin cream for the treatment of patients with photodamaged skin. October 1992-June 1993.
Principal investigator: David R. Bickers, M.D. Sponsor: Hoffman-La Roche Inc.

17.Research associate, evaluation of 1% terbenifine (Lamisil) cream with Lamisil cream vehicle in the treatment of tinea pedis, plantar lesions (moccasin type). August 1992-December 1992.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corp.

18.Research associate, evaluation of 1% terbenifine (Lamisil) cream with Lamisil cream vehicle in the treatment of tinea pedis, interdigital type. September 1992-February 1993.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corp.

19.Research associate, evaluation of Loceryl (Ro 14-4767, Amorolfine) nail lacquer 5%. August 1992-June 1993.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Hoffman-La Roche Inc

20.Research associate, evaluation of itraconazole capsules (R51211) for the treatment of onychomycosis of the toenail. July 1992-June 1993.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Janssen Research Foundation

21.Research associate, evaluation of 1% Terbinafine cream with 1% clotrimazole cream in the treatment of tinea pedis (interdigital type) athlete's foot. September 1991-April 1992.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals

22.Research associate, evaluation of oxiconazole nitrate, 1% - fluticasone propionate, 0.05%, combination cream, 1% in the treatment of inflammatory tinea pedis. June 1991-February 1992.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Glaxo Inc.

23.Research associate, evaluation of oral Acyclovir to oral 256U87 for the treatment of herpes zoster in immunocompetent patients 50 years and older. April 1991-February 1993.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Burroughs Wellcome

24.Research associate, evaluation of oral Acyclovir to oral 256U87 for the treatment of herpes zoster in immunocompetent patients under 50 years. April 1991-February 1993.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Burroughs Wellcome

25.Research associate, evaluation of Calcipotriol (MC903/BMY 30434) ointment (0.005%) in the long-term treatment of plaque psoriasis. March 1991-July 1992.
Principal investigator: Teri A. Kahn, M.D. Sponsor: Bristol-Myers Squibb

26.Research associate, evaluation of BMY 30123 (0.3%) cream, its vehicle and Retin-A (0.1%) cream in the treatment of facial acne vulgaris. February 1991-December 1991.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Bristol-Myers Squibb

27.Research associate, evaluation of Sandimmune as therapy for patients with severe recalcitrant psoriasis. September 1991-July 1992.
Principal investigator: David R. Bickers, M.D. Sponsor: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals

28.Research associate, evaluation of Sulconazole nitrate/steroid antifungal. July 1990-November 1990.
Principal investigator: Boni E. Elewski, M.D. Sponsor: Bristol-Myers

29.Research associate, evaluation of 5% Amorolfine (Ro 14-4767, Loceryl™) nail lacquer applied twice a week to patients with onychomycosis. July 1990-October 1991.
Principal investigator: David R. Bickers, M.D. Sponsor: Hoffman-La Roche

30.Research associate, evaluation of Lonapolene ointment 1% vs. vehicle in treating psoriasis vulgaris. April 1990-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Syntex Research

31.Research associate, evaluation of recombinant human basic fibroblast growth factor in the treatment of venous stasis and diabetic ulcers. January 1990-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Pharmaco Dynamics Research

32.Research associate, evaluation of ciclopirox (0.77%)/triamcinolone acetonide (0.1%) cream vs. ciclopirox vs. triamcinolone in patients with tinea cruris. September 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Hoechst-Roussel

33.Research associate, evaluation of Timunox (Thymopentin) injections in patients with severe atopic dermatitis. September 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Immunobiology Research Institute

34.Research associate, evaluation of Inocoterone Acetate (RU 882) vs placebo in male patients with acne vulgaris. August 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Hoechst-Roussel

35.Research associate, evaluation of the effect of Acitretin (Ro 1670) on psoriasis. July 1989-July 1990. Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Hoffman-La Roche

36.Research associate, evaluation of Itraconazole capsules vs. placebo in the treatment of tinea corporis and tinea cruris. July 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Study completed with Janssen Pharmaceutica

37.Research associate, evaluation of Itraconazole capsules vs. placebo in the treatment of cutaneous candidiasis. July 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Janssen Pharmaceutica

38.Research associate, evaluation of continuation of Rogaine topical solution in patients with female androgenic alopecia. July 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Upjohn Pharmaceuticals

39.Research associate, evaluation of cyclosporin for patients with cyclosporin induced remissions of severe psoriasis. July 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Sandoz Research Institute

40.Research associate, assessment of photodamaged skin treated with topical Ro 15-1570. July 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Hoffman-La Roche

41.Research associate, tissue characterization of skin with ultrasound. July 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Riverside Research

42.Research associate, identification and enumeration of T cell subpopulations and antigen presenting cells in psoriatic plaques in patients treated with Cyclosporin A. July 1989-July 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Sandoz Research Institute.

43.Research associate, evaluation of pulsed electromagnetic leg ulcer therapy (PELUT) system for recalcitrant leg ulcers. July 1989-April 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Sponsor: Healing Enhancement Technologies.

44.Research associate, open-label study of 0.01% tretinoin cream for long-term therapy of skin aging. July 1989-March 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Study completed with Ortho Pharmaceuticals.

45.Research associate, evaluation of Loprox nail lacquer 8% vs. placebo in the treatment of onychomycosis of the fingernails. July 1989-January 1990.
Principal investigator: Jerome L. Shupack, M.D. Study completed with Hoechst-Roussel.

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