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Recognized Dermatology Expert Dr. Zoe Draelos Joins Histogen Scientific Advisory Board
Date:11/13/2008

nd anti-aging in early 2009, and continue development of additional skin, hair, and nail care products in the aesthetic medicine arena."

Dr. Draelos has served as Principal Investigator on more than 200 clinical trials, is a national and international speaker, and has been the recipient of numerous research grants. She is also a significant contributor to medical literature, with more than 200 articles and 25 book chapters to her credit. She is the author of the text Cosmetics in Dermatology, now in its third edition, and Hair Care, as well as serving as the editor for the textbook Cosmeceuticals, which has been translated into 5 languages.

Complementing her writing endeavors, Dr. Draelos serves on 8 editorial boards, including Cosmetic Dermatology, The International Journal of Cosmetic Science, Dermatologic Surgery, and Dermatology Times. She also serves as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.

Dr. Draelos is a fellow and past board member of the American Academy of Dermatology and a member of the American Dermatological Association, the Society for Investigative Dermatology, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, among others. A former Rhodes Scholar, Dr. Draelos has been the recipient of many awards and honors in recognition of her professional and academic accomplishments. She was recently given a Lifetime Achievement Award for her research from Health Beauty America, a professional skin care and cosmetics industry organization.

"The rapid development of the sub-specialty of cosmetic dermatology, with a growing focus on basic and clinical research into all aspects of cosmetic medicine, requires new technological advances to address the complexities for this growing area of medicine," commented Draelos. "Histogen scientists have developed a technology that may address many future clinical challenges of aesthetic medicine."

Histogen Aesthetics LLC, established in 2008
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