Education

  • Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Arts, Northwestern University
  • Medical Degree: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Nominee for the Alpha Omega Alpha National Honor Society.

 

Internship, Residency and Fellowship

  • Internship in Internal Medicine: University of Cincinnati Medical Center
  • Dermatology Residency: University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Served as Chief Resident in final year.
  • Dermatopathology Fellowship: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Honors and Associations

  • Consistently recognized by his peers in Cincinnati Magazine as a “Top Doctor.”
  • A past recipient of the Ruth and Mitchell Ede Award for Excellence in Dermatology awarded by the University of Cincinnati Department of Dermatology.
  • Served as the chair of the American Academy of Dermatology Resident Fellows Committee and as a member of the Council on Health Policy and Practice of the American Academy of Dermatology Association.

Selected Publications

  • High WA, Aranda J, Patel SB, Cockerell CJ, Costner MI. Degos’ disease is likely a common histological endpoint rather than a specific disease etiology. J Am Acad Dermatol 2004 Jun; 50(6):895-9.
  • Patel SB, Mutasim DF. Yellow urticarial secondary to hyperbilirubinemia in a patient with end stage liver disease. Cutis 2002 Jul;70(1):41-4.
  • Patel SB, Sheth AP. Early onset cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma: How it differs from adult onset cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.J Geriatr Dermatol 5:335-338, 1999.
  • Patel SB. Message from the chair. Dermatology Resident Roundup. August 2003

Education

  • Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Science, Kent State University
  • Medical Degree: Northeast Ohio Medical University (Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine)

Internship, Residency and Fellowship

  • Internship in Internal Medicine: Kettering Medical Center, Dayton, Ohio
  • Dermatology Residency: Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
  • Dermatopathology Fellowship: University of Arkansas Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas

Honors and Associations

  • 2014 Bruce R. Smoller Pathology Resident & Fellow Research Symposium Research Award
  • 2013 Women’s Dermatologic Society Mentorship Award
  • 2009 North American Primary Care Research Award for Outstanding Primary Care Research
  • 2008 Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Best Research Presentation
  • 2007 Women’s Dermatologic Society Medical Student Awareness Award
  • 2007 Life Banc Organ Donation Student Volunteer of the Year
  • Summa Cum Laude, Kent State University
  • Member of the AAD (American Academy of Dermatology), ASDP (American Society of Dermatopathology), and American Medical Association (AMA)

Selected Publications

  • Uhlenhake E, Smoller B, Shalin S, Gardner J. Characterization of Dermatopathology Fellow Applicants: a Five-Year Experience. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology. 2016;43:411-7.
  • Uhlenhake E, Smoller B, Shalin S, Gardner J. Nuclear factor XIIIa staining (clone AC-1A1 mouse monoclonal) is a sensitive and specific marker to discriminate sebaceous proliferations from other cutaneous clear cell neoplasms. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology. 2016;43:649-56.
  • Clark L, Elwood H, Uhlenhake E, Smoller B, Shalin S, Gardner J. Nuclear factor XIIIa staining (clone AC-1A1 mouse monoclonal) is a highly sensitive marker of sebaceous differentiation in normal and neoplastic sebocytes. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology. 2016;43:657-62.
  • Uhlenhake E, Smoller B, Shalin S, Gardner J. Epithelioid melanocytic nevus with pseudoacini formation. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology. 2015;42:213-16.
  • Uhlenhake E, Gokden M, Gardner J. An Infantile Scalp Mass: Cranial Fasciitis. American Society of Dermatopathology On-line Case of the month- September 2014.
  • Uhlenhake E, Murrell D. Drugs Eruptions: 20 Years of Dermatology Practice. Australian Doctor. 2013;22:33-35.
  • Uhlenhake E, Aronson P, Watson A. Sorafenib Induced Eruptive Melanocytic Lesions. Dermatology Online Journal. 2013;19:13.
  • Uhlenhake E. Optimal treatment of actinic keratoses. Journal Clinical Interventions in Aging. 2013;8:29-35.
  • Uhlenhake E, Mehregan DR. A Prospective Examination of Histologic Findings in Patients who Practice Traumatic Hairstyling. International Journal of Dermatology. 2013:52,:1506–12.
  • Uhlenhake E, Mehregan DA. Managing Psoriasis: What’s Best for your Patient. Journal of Family Practice. 2012:61:402-51.
  • Uhlenhake E, Mehregan DR. Annular Hypopigmented Mycosis Fungoides: A Novel Ringed Variant. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology. 2012;39:535-539.
  • Uhlenhake E, Feldman S. Psoriasis Patient-Physician Interactions. Psoriasis Forum. 2011;17:1-5.
  • Uhlenhake E, Mehregan DA. Ustekinumab- Differential Use in Psoriasis. Clinical, Cosmetic, and Investigational Dermatology. 2011;4:93–99.
  • Uhlenhake E, Sangueza O, Jorizzo J. Spreading Pigmented Actinic Keratosis: A Review. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 2010;63:499-506.
  • Uhlenhake E, Feldman S. Efficacy and Safety of Ustekinumab and Etanercept for the Treatment of Psoriasis. Expert Opinion On Biological Therapy. 2010;10:1105-1112.
  • Uhlenhake E, Yentzer B, Feldman S. Acne vulgaris and depression: a retrospective examination. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. 2010;9:59–63.
  • Uhlenhake E, Feldman S. Dermatological Safety: Problems and Solutions. Journal of Dermatological Treatment. 2010;21:86-92.
  • Uhlenhake E, Kurkowski D, Feldman S. Conversations on Psoriasis- What Patients Want and What Physicians Can Provide: A Qualitative Look at Patient and Physician Expectations. Journal of Dermatological Treatment. 2010;21:6-12.
  • Uhlenhake E, Bhatia A. Photography of Skin Malignancies Post Laser Treatments. Lasers in Dermatology and Medicine First Edition. Editor Keyvan Nouri, 2009, Springer, London
  • Uhlenhake E, Bhatia A. Online Resources for Dermatological Laser Therapies. Lasers in Dermatology and Medicine First Edition. Editor Keyvan Nouri, 2009, Springer, London
  • Uhlenhake E, Brodell R, Nedorost S. Pruritic rash. Journal of Family Practice. 2009;58:597-600.
  • Uhlenhake E, Brodell R, Mostow E. The Dermatology Work Force: A Focus on Urban versus Rural Wait Times. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 2009; 61:17-22.
  • Uhlenhake E, Davidson E, McCord G. Increasing Lipid Adherence to Goal. The Journal of Clinical Lipidology. 2008;2:354-59.

Our Leadership Team

Rob Linenkugel, VP Sales and Marketing

With 15 years of sales experience in healthcare, service, and manufacturing, Rob understands what it takes to deliver the very best customer experience. His people-oriented approach aligns well with Dr. Patel’s passion to deliver the best patient care. Rob’s positive and proactive approach drives DermPro’s continuous growth.

Education

  • Undergraduate Degree:Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) in Entrepreneurial Studies, Xavier University.

 

Dawn Gill, Customer Service Specialist

Dawn has been with DermPro Dermatopathology for nine years. Dawn began her career with DermPro as a medical assistant, gaining extensive knowledge in all aspects of the business. She has worked in billing, as a lab technician, and in patient support for all biopsy results. Dawn’s diverse experience creates an excellent foundation for her current role as customer service specialist. Dawn is happy to assist with anything you may need.

 

Education

  • Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Arts, National College of Medical Careers

Tony F. Freeman, B.S.,HT(ASCP), Manager, Laboratory Services

Tony is a certified Histologic Technician, leading the laboratory team with over 30 years of histopathology management and laboratory experience.

 

Education

  • Degrees in Histotechnology and Logistical Management from the Tri-Service School of Histotechnology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
  • Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management, Bellevue University
  • Associate and Applied Science Degree: Histologic Technology and Logistics, Community College of the Air Force.