About Tracy Bialy Bramlette MD, MPH, Sebastopol, CA Mohs Surgeon and Dermatologist
Dr. Bramlette joined our office in 2010 and provides Mohs surgery services in our comfortable office
setting. We are pleased to offer Dr. Bramlette's skill and expertise to Sonoma, Marin, Humboldt and
Mendocino Counties; as a fellowship trained Mohs Surgeon she provides the best and most advanced
surgical treatment for complex skin cancers. Dr. Bramlette accepts patient referrals from physicians
outside of our practice. Skin cancer patients can also self-refer and schedule an appointment with
her directly without a physician referral.
Tracy Bialy Bramlette MD, MPH graduated from Vassar College in New York with honors and was inducted
into Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Bramlette attended medical school at the University of Connecticut where she
completed her medical school training and earned a Master's degree in Public Health. She performed
research on skin cancer for the National Institute of Health for two years. Dr. Bramlette completed
her residency in Dermatology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, followed by a one-year post
residency fellowship in Mohs Surgery, Cutaneous Oncology and Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
The training was approved by the The American College of Mohs Surgery and the Accreditation Council of
Graduate Medical Education of the AMA under the direction of Drs. John Zitelli and David Brodland in
Dr. Bramlette has authored several articles and book chapters on skin cancer and Mohs surgery.
She has presented at multiple national and international meetings for her research on cost, quality
of life and skin cancer outcomes. In 2008, her research on the use of the forehead flap for
reconstruction of large nasal defects was nominated for the Tromovitch Award at the American College
of Mohs Surgery Annual Meeting. Dr. Bramlette is a Board Certified dermatologist and a diplomat of
the American Board of Dermatology. She is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American
Society of Dermatologic Surgery and as Associate of the American College of Mohs Surgery.