Northwestern Medicine investigators have identified novel intracellular mechanisms that could serve as future therapeutic targets for inflammatory skin diseases.
The first biologic drug to treat moderate-to-severe eczema in infants and children was highly effective in reducing symptoms, according to a recent study.
A new study has identified a molecular switch, through a protein called CDK9, that plays an early and critical role in the skin stem cell differentiation process.
A new Northwestern Medicine study found of the new rules issued during a one-year period by the The Joint Commission, many did not appear to be supported by published evidence.
Rohail Memon, a second-year medical student, used his finance background to investigate the rise of private equity ownership in dermatology practice.
Northwestern Medicine investigators have discovered a novel mechanism linking an intercellular adhesion molecule with genetic inflammatory skin diseases.
A team of Northwestern Medicine investigators have discovered a set of intracellular mechanisms that support the polarized function of the skin’s outermost layer, the epidermis.
A new wearable sensor that actually quantifies itch by measuring scratching when placed on the hand has been developed by Northwestern University scientists.
A new study published in Nature Communications has found evidence deep within the skin about the mechanisms controlling skin repair and renewal.
Molly Stout, MD, chief resident in the Department of Dermatology, has been interning for ABC News’ Medical Unit through their Resident Rotation Program, helping with writing and reviewing medical news stories for the network’s major TV news stations and website.