Investigation of genetic variation and development of genetically defined cell models for Acne vulgaris therapeutic and cosmetic products evaluation

Grantee: George Church, Professor at Harvard Medical School, Harvard University and MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA

Amount: DKK 3,926,475

Summary available soon.

Deciphering the functional role of circular RNAs in psoriasis

Grantee: Lasse Sommer Kristensen, Associate Professor, Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University, Denmark

Amount: DKK 2,467,477

Summary available soon.

Atopic dermatitis in Sub-Saharan Africa: exploring immune phenotypes and mycobiome

Grantee: Marie-Charlotte Brüggen, Assistant Professor, University Hospital Zürich, Switzerland

Amount: DKK 1,886,076

Summary available soon.

Molecular investigation of CCL5-hi chronic adult rashes (CCARs)

Grantee: Raymond Cho, Associate Professor, Dermatology, School of Medicine, University of California San Francisco, CA, USA

Amount: DKK 3,330,056

Summary available soon.

Protein aggregation in host defense and skin inflammation

Grantee: Artur Schmidtchen, Professor, Dermatology and Venereology, Department of Clinical Sciences, Lund University, Sweden

Amount: DKK 2,100,000

Summary available soon.

In vivo gene editing for genodermatoses

Grantee: Thomas Kocher, Postdoc, EB House Austria, Salzburg, Austria

Amount: DKK 1,389,845

Summary available soon.

Identification and biological basis of immunomodulation of skin inflammation by S. epidermidis

Grantee: Peter Arkwright, Senior Lecturer, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Amount: DKK 4,369,423

Summary available soon.

Deciphering the Role of Non-Coding RNAs in Epidermal Carcinogenesis

Grantee: Andor Pivarcsi, Senior lecturer/Associate Professor, Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala, Sweden

Amount: DKK 4,164,300

Summary available soon.

Rapid Clinical Assessment of Skin Barrier Function by Corneocytes Nanotexture

Grantee: Edwin En-Te Hwu, Associate Professor, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark

Amount: DKK 2,824,593

Summary available soon.

Targeting Aberrant STAT3 Signaling in CTCL

Grantee: Sergei Koralov, Associate Professor, NYU Langone, NY, USA

Amount: DKK 2,676,248

Summary available soon.