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Jeffrey E. Schreiber, MD


10807 Falls Road Suite 101
Lutherville , MD
United States
Phone: (410) 902-9800
Fax: (410) 902-9803
Maryland US
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Hair loss is definitely treatable.  The results are real, and after the grafts are placed it is almost impossible to tell that anything was done.  When I perform hair grafting, the entire process is performed in my office under local anesthesia.  As a plastic surgeon, I view hair transplantation as an art form.  From creating a new hairline to dissecting out the individual hair grafts, artistry and surgical expertise come together to produce a fantastic appearance that is barely noticeable.  Finally, we have a solution to hair loss that works.

Education, ISHRS Fellowship Training Programs, & Board Certifications: 

Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery

Undergraduate Education:
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kansas City, Missouri, 1993-1999
Degree:  B.A. in Biology �V May 1998
Medical Education

Medical School        
University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
Kansas City, Missouri, 1993 - 1999
Degree:  M.D., May 1999
Internship �V General Surgery
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    Baltimore, Maryland 1999 �V 2000

Research  - Wound Healing
Sinai Hospital Baltimore
Baltimore, Maryland 2001-2002
Residency �V Integrated General Surgery and Plastic and   
Reconstructive Surgery    
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland 2000 - present

Memberships & Affiliations: 

Member of the International Society for Hair Restoration Surgery

The Johns Hopkins Hospital House Staff Council Representative

ACGME Approval Sub-Committee Member

University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
Elected Student Representative:
            Board of Evaluation �V 1994, 1997
            Board of Selection �V 1998
American Medical Student Association

The John Staige Davis Society

Publications & Presentations: 


1.    Alperovich M, Schreiber J, Singh N.  Infection following augmentation gluteoplasty in a pregnant patient.  Aesthetic Surgery Journal.  Accepted for publication February 7, 2007.

2.    Foran M, Schreiber J, Christy M, Goldberg N. The Modified Reverse Sural Artery Flap for Lower Extremity Reconstruction.  The Journal of Trauma.  Accepted for publication August 7, 2006.

3.    Schreiber JE, Singh NK, Shermak MA. The Effect of Liposuction and Diet on Ghrelin, Adiponectin, and Leptin Levels in Obese Zucker Rats. Plast and Reconstr Surg. 2006 May;117(6):1829-35.

4.    Schreiber J, Efron PA, Park JE, Moldawer LL, Barbul A. Adenoviral gene transfer of an NF-kappaB super-repressor increases collagen deposition in rodent cutaneous wound healing. Surgery. 2005 Nov;138(5):940-6.

5.    Schreiber JE, Foran MP, Schreiber DJ, Wilgis EF. Common risk factors seen in secondary carpal tunnel surgery. Ann Plast Surg. 2005 Sep;55(3):262-5.

6.    Schreiber JE, Singh NK, Klatsky SA. Beauty Lies in the ��Eyebrow�� of the Beholder: A Public Survey of Eyebrow Aesthetics. Aesth Surg Journal. 2005 July/August;25(4):348-352.

7.    Schreiber JE, Singh N. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. In: Tevar, AD, ed. Surgery Review Illustrated. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc; 2005;38:973-978.

8.    Schreiber JE, Didolkar MS. An alternate pedicle to the pectoralis major myocutaneous flap. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2004 Sep 1;114(3):814-5.

9.    Schreiber JE, Girotto JA, Mofid MM, Singh N, and Nahabedian MY. Comparison study of nipple-areolar sensation after reduction mammaplasty. Aesth Surg Journal. 2004, July/Aug:24(4):320-323.

10.    Schreiber JE, Efron P, Park J, Moldawer L, Barbul A. I�eB Adenoviral gene transfer improves wound healing. Wound Repair and Regeneration. 2004 March-April;12(2):Abstract-13.

11.    Schreiber JE, Efron P, Moldawer L, Barbul A. Adenoviral gene transfer of an NF-�eB super-repressor increases collagen deposition in rodent cutaneous wound healing. International Proceedings from the 6th World Congress on Trauma, Shock, Inflammation and Sepsis- Pathophysiology, Immune Consequences, and Therapy. Bologna, Italy: Medimond S.r.l. 2004.
12.    Girotto JA, Schreiber JE, Nahabedian MY. Breast reconstruction in the elderly: preserving excellent quality of life. Ann Plast Surg. 2003 Jun; 50(6): 572-8.

13.    Schreiber JE, Barbul A. Surgical Nutrition. In: Lillemoe K and   
Schulick R, eds. Pocket General Surgery., Inc; 2003.   


1.    Common Risk Factors in Secondary Carpal Tunnel Surgery; American Society for Peripheral Nerve, Fajardo, Puerto Rico, January 15, 2005.

2.    Featured on ��The Critical Hour,�� Discovery Health Channel, December 19, 2004.

3.    Preserving Nipple-Areolar Sensation Following Reduction Mammaplasty: A Quantitative Analysis; The Johns Hopkins Hospital General Surgery Grand Rounds; Baltimore, Maryland; May 25, 2003.

4.    I��B Adenoviral Gene Transfer Improves Wound Healing
-    Plastic Surgery Research Council; Las Vegas, Nevada; April 25, 2003.
-    Wound Healing Society; Atlanta, Georgia; May 24, 2004.
-    6th World Congress on Trauma, Shock, Inflammation, and Sepsis �V Pathophysiology, Immune Consequences, and Therapy; Munich, Germany; March 5, 2004.

5.    Overproduction of Nitric Oxide Impairs Wound Healing;
          ACS Committee on Trauma Resident Research Competition,
          Region III; Norfolk, Virginia; December 2002.

6.    Breast Reconstruction in the Elderly: Preserving Excellent Quality of Life; Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons; Bermuda; October 3, 2002.

7.    EEG Analysis of Cortical Activity as Students Respond to Problem
     Solving Questions; National Student Research Forum; Galveston, Texas;
     April 20, 1998.