Mohammad Jafferany MD, FAPA, MCPS (Derm.)Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Psychodermatology, Central Michigan University/CMU Medical Education Partners, Saginaw, Michigan; Executive Secretary, Association for Psychocutaneous Medicine of North America
Dr. Mohammad Jafferany is Professor of Psychodermatology and Psychiatry at Central Michigan University. He has combined training in Dermatology and Psychiatry. He is past president and current Executive Secretary of Association for Psychocutaneous Medicine of North America. He has more than 160 scholarly texts and publications to his credit on various psychodermatologic topics. He is the co-editor and author of books on Pediatric Psychodermatology, Geriatric Psychodermatology, Stress and skin disorders, Psychotrichology, Trichotillomania and authored two books on Essentials of Psychodermatology and Handbook of Psychodermatology, which is translated into Russian and Turkish languages. He has written numerous chapters on psychocutaneous disorders in many textbooks. He has conducted International Psychodermatology workshops and Master Courses in different parts of the world. He is a researcher, writer, lecturer, and invited speaker in various national and international conferences on Psychodermatology around the world. Psychiatric aspects of hair disease and psychological consequences of aesthetic surgery and cosmetics are his areas of interest and expertise.
Prof. Jafferany reports no financial disclosures.