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Jon H. Meyerle, MD

Academic Title:

Clinical Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:

Dermatology

Education and Training

  • 2004-2006: Fellowship, Immunobiology Post-Doctoral Research, Yale University School of Medicine
  • 2005-2006: Fellowship, Immunodermatology, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
  • 2001-2004: Residency, Dermatology, Walter Reed Army Medical Center and National Naval Medical Center, National Capital Consortium
  • 1999-2000: Internship, Internal Medicine, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC
  • 1999: M.D., Yale University School of Medicine (Honors)
  • 1995: A.B., Molecular Biology, Princeton University (Cum Laude)

Formal Leadership and Military Training

  • 2015: Army-Intermediate Level Education
  • 2014: Army AMEDD Captains Career Course
  • 2012: American Academy of Dermatology Leadership Forum
  • 2000: Army Medical Corps Officer Basic Course
  • 2000: Army Combat Casualty Care Course
  • 1995-1999: Army Reserve Officer Training Corps

Other Training

  • 2006-2016: Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI), Biomedical Researcher Training
  • 2013: USAMMDA Human Subject Protection (HSP) and Good Clinical Practice Training (GCP)

Biosketch

Current Positions:

  • 2013-present: Director, Dermatology Residency Training Program, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, National Capital Consortium.
  • 2016-present: Associate Professor, Department of Dermatology, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
  • 2008-present: Chief, Immunodermatology (Laboratory), Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

Current Academic Appointments:

  • 2016-present: Associate Professor, Department of Dermatology, USUHS
  • 2016-present: Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Research/Clinical Keywords

dermatology, immunodermatology, teledermatology

Highlighted Publications

Rosenberg, A, Meyerle JH. The Use of Apremilast to Treat Psoriasis During Deployment.  Mil Med, accepted for Publication February 2017.

Hellmandollar KJ, Meyerle JH.  Exploration of Modern Military Research Resources. Cutis, 2016 October; 98(4):231-4.

Hellmandollar KJ, Hoverson KR, Meyerle JH.  Livedo reticularis associated with amantadine in a child: An old finding in a new population.  Cutis, accepted for Publication August 2016.

Harris HB, Kurth BJ, Lam TK, Meyerle JH.  Heparin-Induced Bullous Hemorrhagic Dermatosis Confined to the Oral Mucosa.  Cutis, accepted for Publication August 2016.

Winn A, Sperling LC, Spillane E, Peterson M, Meyerle JH.  False-Negative Direct Immunofluorescence Testing in Vancomycin-Induced Linear IgA Bullous Dermatosis: A Diagnostic Pitfall.  J Cutan Pathol. 2016 Sep;43(9):802-4.

Additional Publication Citations

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Rosenberg, A, Meyerle JH. The Use of Apremilast to Treat Psoriasis During Deployment. Mil Med, accepted for Publication February 2017.

Hellmandollar KJ, Meyerle JH.  Exploration of Modern Military Research Resources. Cutis, 2016 October; 98(4):231-4.

Hellmandollar KJ, Hoverson KR, Meyerle JH.  Livedo reticularis associated with amantadine in a child: An old finding in a new population.  Cutis, accepted for Publication August 2016.

Harris HB, Kurth BJ, Lam TK, Meyerle JH.  Heparin-Induced Bullous Hemorrhagic Dermatosis Confined to the Oral Mucosa.  Cutis, accepted for Publication August 2016.

Winn A, Sperling LC, Spillane E, Peterson M, Meyerle JH.  False-Negative Direct Immunofluorescence Testing in Vancomycin-Induced Linear IgA Bullous Dermatosis: A Diagnostic Pitfall.  J Cutan Pathol. 2016 Sep;43(9):802-4.

Wilkison BD, Sperling LC, Spillane AP, Meyerle JH. Teaching the KOH prep: A Disappearing Clinical Art Form.  Cutis.  2015 Aug;96(2); 109-12.

Bongiorno, MA, Rivard SC, Meyerle JH.  Treatment of Psoriasis in the Deployed Setting.  J Spec Oper Med. 2015 Summer; 15(2):12-5.

Miladi A, Thomas BC, Beasley K, Meyerle J.  Angioimmunoblastic t-cell lymphoma presenting as purpura fulminans.  Cutis. 2015 Feb; 95(2):113-115.

Harris M, Kimes K, Meyerle J.  Coxsackie A6 infection-atypical hand-foot-mouth disease in the US military: A case series.  2014 October 24.  Glob Dermatol, (1).

Vyas S, Meyerle J, Burlina P.  Non-invasive estimation of skin thickness from hyperspectral imaging and validation using echography, Computers in Biology and Medicine. 2014 Dec 12.

Hwang J, Lappan C, Sperling L, Meyerle J, The Utilization of Teledermatology by the U.S. Military in a Deployed Setting, Mil Med. 2014 Nov; 179(11): 1347-1353.

Contestable JJ, Edhegard KD, Meyerle JH.  Bullous Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A review and update to diagnosis and treatment, American Journal of Clinical Dermatology.  2014 Oct 31.

Buikema, KE, Meyerle JH, Amputation stump: Privileged harbor for infections, tumors, and immune disorders, Clin Dermatol. 2014 Sep-Oct; 32(5):670-7.

Thangapazham RL, Darling TN, Meyerle J.  Alteration of Skin Properties with Autologous Dermal Fibroblasts, Int J Mol Sci. 2014 May 13, 15(5):8407-27.

Adams CC, Marquart JD, Nicholas LL, Sperling LC, Meyerle JH.  The Use of Dermatologic Simulation Platforms in Medical Education, Derm Surg. 2014;1–9.

Mitchum, M, Spllane, E, Meyerle, J.  Linear Depressions and Progressive Tightening of the Extremities, Cutis. 2013 Dec;92(6): E11-E13.

Wu, D., Yang, C., Wong, S., Meyerle, J., Zhang., B., and Chen, D.  An Examination of TNM Staging of Melanoma by a Machine Learning Algorithm. Proceedings of 2012 International Conference on Computerized Healthcare, December 2012, pp. 120 – 126.

Yang NB, Garza LA, Foote CE, Kang S, Meyerle JH.  High prevalence of stump dermatoses 38 years or more after amputation.  Arch Dermatol, 2012 Nov 1; 148 (11): 1283-6.

Chestnut GT, Adams EG, Meyerle JH, JAAD Grand Rounds quiz: Hemorrhagic vesicles and bullae of the palms and soles.  J Am Acad Dermatol. 2012 Nov; 67(5):1087-9.

Burke, KR, Green BP, Meyerle J, Bullous lupus in an 18-year-old, Pediatr Dermatol. 2011 Jul; 28(4): 483.

The Muscle Study Group, A randomized, pilot trial of etanercept in dermatomyositis.  Ann Neurol. 2011 May.

Cummins, DL, Anhalt, GJ, Monahan, T, Meyerle JH, Treatment of Pyoderma Gangrenosum with Intravenous Immunoglobulin.  Brit J of Derm, 2007 Dec; 157(6): 1235-9.

Fonder MA, Cummins DL, Ehst BD, Anhalt GJ, Meyerle JH, Adalimumab therapy for recalcitrant pyoderma gangrenosum. J Burns Wounds. 2006 Nov 20;5:e8.

Cummins DL, Mimouni D, Tzu J, Owens N, Anhalt GJ, Meyerle JH, Lichenoid paraneoplastic pemphigus in the absence of detectable antibodies.  J Am Acad Dermatol. Jan 2007 Vol 56(1): 153-9.

Meyerle, JH, Krivda SJ, Hawkes CA, Norton SA, An outbreak of urticaria among soldiers deploying for combat, Int J Dermatol, Apr 2005; Vol 44(4): 347..

Meyerle JH, Keller RA, Krivda SJ, Superficial Acral Fibromyxoma of the Index Finger, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Jan 2004; Vol 50(1):134-6.

Meyerle, JH, Turiansky, GW, Perianal ulcer in a patient with AIDS, Archives of Dermatology, Jul 2004; Vol 140(7): 877-82.

Meyerle JH, Shorr A, The use of infliximab in cutaneous sarcoidosis, Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, Aug 2003, Vol 2(4), 413-4. Reprinted in Scandinavian Respiratory Review.

Book Chapters

Sauer's Manual of Skin Diseases, Hall BJ, Hall JC, eds, 10th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer, 2017, in press.

  • Military Dermatology

British Medical Journal Point of Care, Best Practice:

  • Pemphigus Vulgaris (Primary) 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Medscape Reference, Emedicine

  • Glomus Tumor (primary)
  • Angiolymphoid Hyperplasia with Eosinophilia (primary)
  • Protothecosis, cutaneous (secondary)
  • Pseudolymphoma (secondary)
  • Lymphocytoma cutis (secondary)

Research Interests

  • Amputee Skin Care
  • Melanoma
  • Teledermatology
  • Immunodermatology
  • Simulation in Medical Education

Awards and Affiliations

Military:

  • 2016: Joint Service Commendation Medal (1 award)
  • 2016: "A" Proficiency Designator to recognize the highest level of professional achievement within each AMEDD Corps' specialty. Officers selected for this honor are leaders in their specialty and have made significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge in their particular field through extensive publication and active national professional organization membership. These professionals have worked hard and dedicated a significant amount of time to become a distinct asset to the AMEDD, both as an officer and an expert in their field. They are considered eminently qualified to chair a department, division, or service; have attained full professional status; and have obtained national prominence in their field
  • 2016: “8H” Skill Identifier in the field of Clinical Investigation and Research Regulatory Oversight for the continued demonstration of exceptional professional ability
  • 2007-2011: Army Meritorious Service Medal (3 awards)
  • 2004-2011: Army Commendation Medal (3 awards)
  • 2010: Army Achievement Medal: (1 award)
  • 2013: Uniformed Services University Dean’s Certificate of Recognition, Molecules to Military Medicine Curriculum

Civilian:

  • 2015: Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society (inducted May, 2015)
  • 2013, 2015: Association of Military Dermatologists, Research Paper Award (2nd 2015, 3rd 2013)
  • 1999: Yale University School of Medicine Transfusion Medicine and Laboratory Medicine Prize
  • 1995: Sigma Xi Research Honor Society
  • 1995: Daughters of the American Revolution Award
  • 1994: The Retired Officers Association of America Medal