Gabriela Maloney, DO
Board-Certified Dermatologist
I have dedicated my entire life to train in the field of dermatology and the most rewarding part of it all is being able to make a difference in people’s lives. I personally had a melanoma at the age of 25 and I understand how scary it is to be in that situation.
- Gabriela Maloney, DO
Education

Undergraduate Degree:

University of Missouri – Saint Louis, MO

Medical School:

Midwestern University – Chicago, IL

Dermatology Residency:

Ohio Health Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, OH

Certificates
Board-eligible Summer 2019
Professional Memberships
American Academy of Dermatology
American Osteopathic College of Dermatology
Ohio Dermatological Association
International Society of Dermatopathology
American College of Physicians
American Medical Association
Publications
  • Maloney GA., Braniecki M. A rare lymphangiomatoid variant of Kaposi Sarcoma: a case report and literature review. The American Journal of Dermatopathology. Abstract accepted for publication. 
  • Maloney G.A., Hart D, Sanchez K, Braniecki M. Bullous Lupus presenting with Dense Subepidermic Neutrophilic Infiltrates and Eosinophils. J. Cut. Pathol. Abstract accepted for publication.
  • Kim, Y., Maloney G.A., Howard, J., Skopit, S. A rare case of pili annulati. Journal of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology. 2016;36:37-8.
  •  Steinhof, N., Maloney G.A., Miller R. Metastatic melanoma appearing ten years after the primary lesion: a unique case representative of SOX-10’s efficacy in identifying melanomas of metastatic origin. Journal of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology. 2016;36:41-2.
  • Maloney G.A., Braniecki M. Atypical presentation of Sezary Syndrome with CD4+/CD7+/ CD26 – T cells and marked epidermotropism: a case report and literature review. Journal of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology. 2016;34:49-51.
  • Maloney G.A., Chennuri R, Dymek P, Braniecki M. Two cases of Pediatric Acral Cutaneous Calcinosis with Transepidermal Elimination. Journal of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology. 2016;34:44-5.
  • Maloney G.A., James J, Braniecki M. Anetoderma secondary to mid-dermal elastolysis. Journal of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology. 2015;32:40-1.
  • Maloney G.A., Liu X, Taylor D, Braniecki M. Coma Blisters after a syncope episode. Case Reports in Internal Medicine. 2015 (2) 3:5-7.
  • Maloney G.A., James J, Braniecki M. Superior Vena Cava Syndrome presenting as bilateral breast enlargement with peau d’orange skin changes. Case Reports in Internal Medicine. 2015(2) 2:36-9.
  •  Maloney G.A., Braniecki M. Atypical presentation of Sezary Syndrome with CD4+/CD7+/ CD26 – T cells and marked epidermotropism. Abstract published Am J. Dermatopathol. 2015 (37) 6;e6-7.
  • Maloney G.A., James J, Braniecki M. Anetoderma secondary to mid-dermal elastolysis. Abstract published J. Cut. Pathol. 2015(42) 1:e127.
  • Maloney G.A., James J, Braniecki M. Superior Vena Cava Syndrome presenting as bilateral breast enlargement with peau d’orange skin changes. Abstract published J. Cut. Pathol. 2015;42:e126-7.
  • Maloney G.A., Chennuri R, Dymek P, Braniecki M. Two cases of Pediatric Acral Cutaneous Calcinosis with Transepidermal Elimination. Abstract published Am J. Dermatopathol. 2014 (36);7:e129-45.
  • Maloney G.A., Liu X, Taylor D, Braniecki M. Coma Blisters after a syncope episode. Abstract published Am J. Dermatopathol. 2014 (36);7:e129-45.