Dr. Rachael Clark serves as the Shing-Yiu Yip and Cecilia M. Hepp Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School, Director of the NIAMS P30-funded Human Skin Disease Resource Center, and Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Dermatology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Clark’s research focuses on studying human T cell responses in skin and other peripheral tissues, including T cell function in healthy skin and after radiation-induced injury, impaired T cell responses in skin cancers, and maladaptive T cell activation in inflammatory skin diseases and cutaneous lymphomas. Her studies, driven by observations in patients and carried out on human tissues, have the goals of developing novel therapies for skin disease and advancing our understanding of human immunology.
Symposium: Disease Memory and Disease Modification in Psoriasis.
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETIES FOR INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY MEETING (ISID) | TOKYO, JAPAN
Wednesday, May 10
11:30 - 15:00…