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Cutaneous Biology Trainees

Andrea Calvert, PhD

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Dr. Calvert's post-doctoral research focused on using bio-inspired nanomaterials to treat various diseases, including cancer and inflammation.

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Rosa Ventrella, PhD

Rosa Ventrella, PhD

Dr. Ventrella's post-doctoral research focused on utilizing Xenopus skin to elucidate mechanisms that regulate cellular transdifferentiation.

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Raj Chovatiya, MD, PhD

Raj Chovatiya, MD, PhD

As a clinician scientist, Dr. Chovatiya was interested in applying a combination of approaches to better understand and treat patients with atopic dermatitis and pruritus.

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Shuai (Steve) Xu, MD, MSc

Shuai (Steve) Xu, MD, MSc

As a physician-engineer, Dr. Xu was interested in the translation of breakthrough electrical engineering, materials science, and health information technology towards addressing major unmet clinical needs.

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Xiaolong (Alan) Zhou, MD

Xiaolong (Alan) Zhou, MD

Dr. Zhou focused his post-doctoral research in the area of the genomics of cutaneous lymphomas.

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Lauren Graham, MD/PhD

Lauren Graham, MD/PhD

Dr. Graham collaborated on a study demonstrating that loss of the intradermal fat layer occurs before fibrosis. Using a lineage tracing model, myofibroblasts in fibrosis developed from adiponectin-positive intradermal progenitors.

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Duncan Dam, PhD

Duncan Dam, PhD

Dr. Dam studied the membrane-based molecular mechanism for activation of IGF-1 receptor in normal keratinocytes, including with GM3 depletion.

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Bethany E. Perez White, PhD

Bethany E. Perez White, PhD

Dr. White's doctoral studies were focused on defining a novel epithelial-mesenchymal transition mechanism in breast cancer as a result of PKCα overexpression.

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Joshua Broussard, PhD

Joshua Broussard, PhD

Dr. Broussard studied the function of DSMs in mechanotransduction.

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