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Paediatric & Population-Based Dermatology Research

The Paediatric & Population-Based Dermatology Research group is part of St John’s Institute of Dermatology and led by Professor Carsten Flohr, Chair in Dermatology & Population Health Sciences.

The Unit specialises in translational and clinical research on the prevention, epidemiology and treatment of skin diseases and allergies, with a main interest in atopic eczema, food allergy and psoriasis.

This is done through large cohort and intervention studies, such as the EU-funded TRANS-FOODS consortium, the TREatment of severe eczema in children TREAT trial, and the UK-Irish Atopic Eczema Systemic Therapy Register.

Prof Flohr runs an annual national course on ‘Allergy & the Skin’ under the auspices of the DermAcademy.

Group lead

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Professor Carsten Flohr

Head, Paediatric & Population-Based Dermatology Research, St John's Institute of Dermatology