Vincent L. Angeloni M.D.

Dr. Angeloni did his internship and residency training at Brooke Army Medical Center, and has been board certified in Dermatology since 1989. After residency, Dr. Angeloni was stationed at Ft. Bragg for one year before he accepted a fellowship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Dermatologic Immunology. Upon completion of his fellowship, Dr. Angeloni returned to Brooke Army Medical Center and joined the Dermatology Staff there. He remained there for 5 years and left the Army in 1997, joining Dr. Feldman in West Des Moines in September of 1997. He continues to be very interested in medical dermatology and especially enjoys doing surgery.

Current Position:

Dermatologist, Private Practice 1997-present

Heartland Dermatology & Skin Cancer Center, P.C.
12327 Stratford Drive
Clive, IA 50325
phone: (515) 224-7088
fax: (515) 224-9228

Staff Dermatology Experience

Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology/Immunodermatology, Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical Center, 2000-2002

Staff Dermatologist/Immunodermatologist, Brooke Army Medical Center Dermatology Clinic, 1992-1997

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 1993-1997

Visiting Member of the Graduate Faculty of Texas A&M University, 1994-95

Dermatology QuaIity Improvement Coordinator, Brooke Army Medical Center Dermatology Clinic, 1992-June 1996

Lab Director, Dermatology Immunofluorescence Lab, Brooke Army Medical Center, 1992 -1997

Infection Control Officer, Dermatology Service, Brooke Army Medical Center 1996-1997

Dermatology Service Lab Director (oversee Immunofluorescence Lab, Mohs lab, Dermatologic Microscopy/Diagnostics), June 1996 - 1997

OSHA officer, Dermatology Clinic, Brooke Army Medical Center, June 1996-1997

Postgraduate Training/Assignments

Dermatologic Research, National Institutes of Health, Dermatology Branch (Stephen I. Katz M.D., Ph.D) 1991-1992

Immunodermatology Fellowship, Walter Reed Army Medical Center (W.D. James M.D., Fellowship Director), 1990-1991

Chief, Dermatology Clinic, Womack Army Hospital, Ft. Bragg 1989-1990

Residency in Dermatology, Brooke Army Medical Center, 1986-1989

General Medical Officer, Walson Army Hospital, Ft. Dix, 1985-1986

Transitional Internship, Brooke Army Medical Center, 1984-1985

Graduate Training

Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, 1980-1984

Undergraduate Training

University of Scranton, B.S. Biology, 1976-1979

Scranton Preparatory School, 1972-1976

Honors

Montie Lewis Award for Excellence in Dermatology, Brooke Army Medical Center, 1989

Honorable Mention for the Arthur Krieger Memorial Prize in Family Medicine, Jefferson Medical College, 1984

Hobart Hare Honor Society, Jefferson Medical College, 1980-1984

National Boards, Licensure, Professional Societies

Diplomate National Board of Medical Examiners, 1985

Medical Licensure in Pennsylvania 1985-1997

Fellow, American Board of Dermatology, 1989

Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology & Dermatologic Immunology board certification 1991

Texas Medical Licensure 1996-1997

Iowa Medical Licensure August 1997 - present

American Medical Association, 1997-present

Iowa Medical Society 1997-present

Iowa Dermatology Society 2000 - present

Association of Military Dermatologists, 1986-1997

San Antonio Dermatology Society 1993-1997

Society for Investigative Dermatology 1993-1996

American Society for Rickettsiology 1996-97

Texas Medical Association 1996- 1997

Bexar County Medical Society 1996-1997

Publications

Angeloni VL, Salasche SJ, Ortiz PL. Nail, Skin, and Scleral Pigmentation Induced by Minocycline. Cutis 40:229-233, 1987 (abstracted in 1989 Yearbook of Pharmacology)

Salasche SJ, McCollough ML, Angeloni VL, Grabski WJ. Frontalis Associated Lipoma of the Forehead. J Am Acad Dermatol 20:462-468, 1989

Grabski WJ, Salasche SJ, McCollough ML, Angeloni VL. Pseudocyst of the Auricle Associated with Trauma. Arch Dermatology 125:528-30, 1989

Enk AH, Angeloni VL, Udey M, Katz SI. “An Essential Role for IL-1b in the Initiation of Primary Immune Responses in Skin” J Immunol 150:3698-3704, 1993

Enk AH, Angeloni VL, Udey M, Katz SI. “Inhibition of Langerhans cell antigen-presenting function by IL-10: a role for keratinocyte-derived IL-10 in induction of tolerance in cutaneous immune responses” J Immunol 151:2390-2398, 1993

Vinson R, Angeloni VL. “Acquired digital fibrokeratoma”, American Family Physician 52(5):1365-7, 1995

Elston DM, McCollough ML, Angeloni VL. Vertical and transverse sections of alopecia biopsy specimens: Combining the two to maximize diagnostic yield. J Am Acad Dermatol 1995;32:454-7

Angeloni VL, The Rickettsioses. In Military Textbook of Medicine, Part III Diseases and the Environment, WD James editor, Office of the Surgeon General, United States Army, Washington D.C., pages 213-254, 1994 (The galley proof of this textbook chapter is available in PDF format online and can be downloaded by clicking here. The proof does not have any pictures, but you can still read the text. I don't know how long this link will be available.

Angeloni VL, Keller RA, Walker DH. Rickettsialpox-like illness in a traveler. Military Medicine 162: 636-9, 1997

Clayton A, Angeloni VL. Bullous pemphigoid in a previously irradiated site. Cutis 61: 73-6, 1998.

Presentations

“Frontalis Associated Lipoma of the Forehead” presented at Resident’s Forum, American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 1988

“Rickettsia Update”, presented at the Cutaneous Microbiology course (Course #104), Feb 4, 1995, 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology, Feb 4-9, 1995, New Orleans, LA.

Poster Presentations

“Rickettsialpox-like illness in a traveler,” presented at the Sesquiannual Meeting of the American Society for Rickettsiology , Pacific Grove, CA, March 10-13, 1996.

Miscellaneous

Explosive onset of lichen planus pemphigoides while on systemic steroids. M Heibel, VL Angeloni. Presented by Dr Heibel at the Resident’s Forum, American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, Dec 4, 1993.

Goltz syndrome with exstrophy of the bladder. J Burgess, VL Angeloni. Presented by Dr. Burgess at the Resident’s Forum, American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, Dec 4, 1993

Chronic bullous disease of childhood. Miller J, Angeloni VL. Presented by Dr. Miller at the Resident’s Forum, American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, New Orleans LA, Feb 4, 1995

Relapsing polychondritis. Peake M, Angeloni VL. Presented by Dr. Peake at the Resident’s Forum, American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, New Orleans LA, Feb 4, 1995

Lectures:

“Autoimmune Blistering Diseases” given to physicians at Brooke Army Medical Center Burn Unit, US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Ft. Sam Houston, TX, 26 Jul 93

“Blistering Diseases” given to Interns, Residents, and Staff Internists at Dept. of Medicine Lecture series, Brooke Army Medical Center, 26 Apr 96

“Rickettsiae Update” given at Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, on 10 Jul 96.

“Viral infections of the Skin” and “Hair & Nails” for second year medical students at the College of Osteopathic Medicine in Des Moines, 1997- present

“Skin Cancer” Des Moines General Hospital Family Practice Physicians, 13 May, 1998.

“Skin problems in Transplant Patients” given to transplant Support Group at Methodist Hospital, Des Moines, IA, Sept. 19, 1998

Medical Illustrations:

Welch M, Anderson L, Grabski W. Surgical Pearl: Suture Control Techniques. J Am Acad Dermatol 35:243-4, 1996. (Figures 1-5 created using the Macintosh)

Elston DM, McCollough ML, Angeloni VL. Vertical and transverse sections of alopecia biopsy specimens: Combining the two to maximize diagnostic yield. J Am Acad Dermatol 1995;32:454-7. (One of the first articles in the dermatologic literature using rendered 3-d graphics for dermatologic illustration, created with a Macintosh.)

Research Projects

Angeloni VL (principal investigator), Elston DM, Vinson R. “The effect of Acemannan on ultraviolet-B-induced erythema.” 1995-1996

Keller RA (P.I.), Angeloni VL. “A multicenter trial of varying doses of Terbinafine in the treatment of onychomycosis of the toenails.” 1995-97

Angeloni VL (P.I.), Keller RA, Rinaldi M. “Dermatophyte flora in an outpatient dermatology clinic,” 1996.

Committees

Therapeutic Agents Board representative for Outpatient Services 1985-6, Ft. Dix and representative for Dermatology while at Ft. Bragg, NC 1989-1990

Telemedicine Evaluation Committee, Feb 1995-May 1995, Brooke Army Medical Center

Volunteer Work

School volunteer, Wallace Elementary, Johnston IA, 1998

Dermatology coverage at Broadlawns, 1997-present

Military Service

Active Duty U.S. Army Medical Corps, 1984-1987. Stationed at Ft. Dix (1985-6), Brooke Army Medical Center (1984-5, 1986-89, 1992-97), Ft. Bragg (1989-90), Walter Reed Army Medical Center 1991-2. Final rank Lieutenant Colonel.

Updated: 10/10/00