Coldiron ’78 Elected Dermatology Academy President

Brett M. Coldiron, MD, ’78 has been elected President of the American Academy of Dermatology.

Dr. Coldiron speaking during a Cincinnati Wabash event.

Coldiron is the founder of Cincinnati’s Skin Cancer Center. He specializes in micrographic surgery and dermatologic surgery.

The Wabash Phi Delt and Biology major lived in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Jersey before finishing high school in Cincinnati and becoming a Wabash freshman. He attended medical school in Kentucky before a medical residency in Cincinnati, dermatology residency in Dallas, and a dermatologic surgery fellowship in Chicago.

He was an active member of the AAD before being elected it’s president.

His wife Lana Long is also a a practicing cosmetic dermatologist. The couple have two children. Coldiron played football for the Little Giants and was a Sphinx Club member.

Coldiron has been active with Wabash College since his graduation.

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