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Ronald Brancaccio

Clinical Professor, Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology

Contact Info

718/491-5800

Education

1973-1976 — University of Oregon (Dermatology), Residency Training

Is There a True Concern Regarding the Use of Hair Dye and Malignancy Development?: A Review of the Epidemiological Evidence Relating Personal Hair Dye Use to the Risk of Malignancy
Saitta, Peter; Cook, Christopher E; Messina, Jane L; Brancaccio, Ronald; Wu, Benedict C; Grekin, Steven K; Holland, Jean. Is There a True Concern Regarding the Use of Hair Dye and Malignancy Development?: A Review of the Epidemiological Evidence Relating Personal Hair Dye Use to the Risk of Malignancy. Journal of clinical & aesthetic dermatology. 2013 Jan ;6(1):39-46 (213002)

Comparison of allergEAZE Allergens to Chemotechnique Diagnostics Allergens in the Evaluation of Contact Allergy
Yagerman, Sarah; Gruson, Lisa Moed; Brancaccio, Ronald R. Comparison of allergEAZE Allergens to Chemotechnique Diagnostics Allergens in the Evaluation of Contact Allergy. Dermatitis. 2012 Nov -1;23(6):296-298 (185002)

The frequency of self-skin examination and full body skin examination in dermatologists
Saitta, Peter; Cohen, David E; Rigel, Darrell; Grekin, Steven K; Brancaccio, Ronald. The frequency of self-skin examination and full body skin examination in dermatologists. Journal of clinical & aesthetic dermatology. 2011 Jun ;4(6):20-24 (137963)

An update on the presence of psychiatric comorbidities in acne patients, part 1: overview of prevalence
Saitta, Peter; Keehan, Patrick; Yousif, James; Way, Bill V; Grekin, Steven; Brancaccio, Ronald. An update on the presence of psychiatric comorbidities in acne patients, part 1: overview of prevalence. Cutis. 2011 Jul ;88(1):33-40 (1052022)

An update on the presence of psychiatric comorbidities in acne patients, Part 2: Depression, anxiety, and suicide
Saitta, Peter; Keehan, Patrick; Yousif, James; Way, Bill V; Grekin, Steven; Brancaccio, Ronald. An update on the presence of psychiatric comorbidities in acne patients, Part 2: Depression, anxiety, and suicide. Cutis. 2011 Aug ;88(2):92-97 (1052012)