Adam Ingraffea, MD
Adam Ingraffea, M.D. is a clinical assistant professor of Dermatology and Mohs surgery and the University of Cincinnati. Originally from Ithaca, NY, he majored in chemistry at Boston University and then went to medical school in Puerto Rico at the Ponce School of Medicine. After graduating class valedictorian he completerd a dermatology residency at Roger Williams Medical Center/Boston University and a fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery at the University of Cincinnati. He is interested in effects of UV exposure on the development of melanoma and other skin malignancies.