About Dr Litt

Jerome Z. Litt , MD, is Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. He is also an Honorary Member of the American Academy of Dermatology and is Associate Visiting Dermatologist at Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital.

For more than 19 years, Dr Litt has written extensively about drug reactions and has been the Editor of the Drug Eruption Reference Manual. New editions of this widely acclaimed book, much beloved by dermatologists, are now created out of this very database (the Litt's Drug Eruption & Reaction Database), that is updated weekly.

In February 2008, Dr Litt was awarded an Honorary Membership by the American Academy of Dermatology for his lifetime dedication and distinguished service to the Academy and its mission.

Dr Litt has published more than 40 articles in scientific journals dealing with diseases of the skin. These references describe the various reactions and interactions that can result from taking any of hundreds of over-the-counter and prescription medications.

Dr Litt has also appeared as a guest on more than 1200 radio and TV shows, including those of Oprah Winfrey, Regis Philbin, Sally Jessy Raphael, and other popular hosts, discussing dermatological problems. 

Dr Litt lives in Pepper Pike, Ohio, with his wife, Vel.

Other books by Dr Litt:

Your Skin & How to Live in It, Corinthian Press, 1980, 1982

Teen Skin - From Head to Toe, Ballantine Books , 1983

Your Skin - From Acne to Zits, Dembner Books, 1989

Your Skin - From A to Z, Barricade Books, 2002

Physician’s Guide to Drug Eruptions, Parthenon, 1998

The Pocketbook of Drug Eruptions and Interactions, Parthenon, 1999, 2001, 2004

Pharmacist’s Guide to Drug Eruptions and Interactions, Parthenon, 2001

Pediatric Guide to Drug Eruptions, 2005

Neurological Drug Reactions and Interactions, Taylor & Francis, 2005

Cardiac Drug Eruptions and Interactions, Taylor & Francis, 2005

Psychiatric Drug Reactions and Interactions, Taylor & Francis, 2005

Curious, Odd, Rare & Abnormal Reactions to Medications, Barricade Books, 2009