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National Psoriasis Foundation awards $1.05 million in research grants
Date:7/16/2014

Clark, M.D., Ph.D., of the Brigham & Women's Hospital at Harvard University, will study T-cells, which are involved in inflammation, that remain in healed psoriasis lesions and compare them to T-cells in the same patient's skin before treatment. Clark hopes to determine if these T-cells are the root cause of psoriasis.

  • Dan Illkovitch, M.D., Ph.D., of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, received the Ostrow Graff Family Discovery Grant to study an immune cell called myeloid‐derived suppressor cells, which have not been extensively studied in psoriasis. He will examine the role that these cells play in psoriasis, and examine whether they are affected by psoriasis treatment.

  • Jaehwan Kim, M.D, Ph.D., of The Rockefeller University will develop a blood test that can predict a person's treatment response to a biologic drug for psoriasis.

  • Averil Ma, M.D., of University of California, San Francisco, will examine how reducing the expression of the A20 gene, previously implicated in the genetics of psoriasis, may increase psoriasis risk. Studying how A20 functions in psoriasis could lead to treatments that are better tailored for people with variations of A20.

  • Pranab Mukherjee, Ph.D., of Case Western Reserve University, received the Lozick Discovery Research Grant to study the role of the skin microbiome and mycobiome, or microorganisms and fungi on the skin, in the development of psoriasis.

  • Haley Naik, M.D., of the National Cancer Institute dermatology branch, will study neutrophils, or cells thought to be a unique link between psoriasis, heart disease and diabetes. Naik hopes to uncover more about the role of these cells in psoriasis and their relation to psoriasis severity and related health risks.

  • Brian Poligone, M.D., Ph.D., of University of Rochester School of Medicine, received the Galderma Discovery Grant to study NF-kappa Ba transcription factor, or protein that binds to DNA, that regulates inflamma
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  • Contact: Noe Baker
    nbaker@psoriasis.org
    503-546-8416
    National Psoriasis Foundation
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