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2014 Mentorship Grant Awardees
2014 Mentorship Grant Awardees with Dr. Wilma Bergfeld, President (far left)
and Dr. Janet Hickman, Mentorship Committee (far right)

2014 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2014 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

13 grants, totaling $21,250

  1. Alessandra Anzai, MD, Dermatology Resident, Antonella Tosti, MD, Miller School of Medicine-University of Miami, Dermoscopy for cicatricial alopecia
  2. Vermurugan Balaiya, PhD, Dermatology Postdoctoral Fellow, John P. Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Characterization of hair that develops in mice upon p63 ablation from hair follicle stem cells: a model for p63-related extodermal dysplasias
  3. Syu-Jhe (Keith) Chien, Veterinary Medicine PhD Student, John P. Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Pathogenesis of the inflammatory process and alopecia in eosinophilic skin diseases from Sharpincpdm mice
  4. Navid Ezra, MD, Dermatology Resident, Ken Washenik, MD, PhD, Bosley, Hair Restoration
  5. Alde Carlo P. Gavino, MD, Dermatology Resident, Antonella Tosti. MD, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Hair and Scalp Dermoscopy with Clinicopathologic Correlation
  6. Carolyn Goh, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology (Junior Faculty), Maria Hordinsky, MD, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Approach to research and management of hair loss disorders
  7. Katya Harfmann, MD, Dermatology Resident, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University, Clinical approach to Hair Disorders
  8. Claire Higgins, PhD, Dermatology Postdoctoral Fellow, Prof. Colin Jahoda, Durham University, Building on foundations to inspire future development
  9. Llorenia Muir-Green, MD, Fellow in Hair & Scalp Disorders, Valerie Callender, MD, Callender Dermatology and Cosmetic Center, General Management of Hair Disorders and Techniques used in Successful Hair Transplantation
  10. Margareth Pierre-Louis, MD, MBA, Junior Faculty, Dermatology, Leonard Sperling, MD, Uniformed Services University, Clinical and histopathologic evaluation and management of scarring alopecias
  11. Tee Wei Siah, MRCP, BSc, MBChB, Clinical Research Fellow in Hair Disorders, Leonard Sperling, MD, Uniformed Services University, Hair Pathology with Clinical Correlations
  12. Liye Suo, PhD Candidate, Wilma Bergfeld, MD, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 1. Alopecia and Diabetes vs. Controls; clinical review. 2. CCCA and Vitamin A Project
  13. Yolandas Thomason, DO, Medical Student, Angela Christiano, PhD, Columbia University Medical Center - Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion, Translational Research in Alopecia Areata
Committee:   Dirk Elston, Chair
  Jeffrey Donovan
  Janet Hickman
  Amy McMichael
  Adriana Schmidt
  John Sundberg
  Curtis Thompson
  Valerie Callender (Board Liaison)

Sponsors:
Bosley – Ken Washenik, MD, PhD
Johnson & Johnson Consumer & Personal Products Worldwide

Bosley
Johnson and Johnson

  

2013 Mentorship Grant Awardees
2013 Mentorship Grant Awardees with Dr. Maria Hordinsky, Secretary-Treasurer

2013 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2013 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

9 grants, totaling $17,000

  1. Madallah M. Alenazi, MD, Dermatologist, Jeff Donovan, MD, PhD, Sunnybrook Hospital, Retrospective review of diphencyprone (DPCP) in alopecia areata
  2. Timothy K. Cooper, DVM, PhD, DACVP, Veterinary Pathologist, John P. Sundberg DVM, PhD, DACVP, The Jackson Laboratory, Systematic evaluation of mutant hair and skin phenotypes in genetically engineered mice and comparative epidermal appendages in mammals and fish
  3. Narat John Eungdamrong, MD, PhD, Dermatology Resident , Jerry Shapiro, MD, University of British Columbia/New York School of Medicine, Autologous platelet rich plasma therapy in androgenetic alopecia and telogen effluvium
  4. Edidiong Celestine Ntuen Kaminska, MD, MBS, Dermatology Resident , Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University, Department of Dermatology, General hair disorders/androgenetic alopecia
  5. Yolanda Lenzy, MD, MPH, Dermatologist, Antonella Tosti, MD, University of Miami, Dermoscopy for hair and scalp disorders
  6. Temitayo A. Ogunleye, MD, Dermatologist, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University, Department of Dermatology, Ethnic skin and hair management
  7. Emilia Peuhu, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, John P. Sundberg, D.V.M., PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Hair and Skin pathology of the Sharpin null mouse models
  8. Rodrigo Pirmez, MD, Dermatology Resident , Vera H. Price, MD, FRCPC, University of California San Francisco, Hair disorders
  9. Natalie Yin, BS, Medical Student, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University, Department of Dermatology, Clinical approach to hair disorders
Committee:   Dirk Elston, Chair
  Jeffrey Donovan
  Janet Hickman
  Amy McMichael
  Adriana Schmidt
  John Sundberg
  Curtis Thompson
  Valerie Callender (Board Liaison)

Sponsors:
Bosley – Ken Washenik, MD, PhD
Johnson & Johnson Consumer & Personal Products Worldwide

Bosley
Johnson and Johnson

     

2012 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2012 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

13 grants, totaling $21,250

  1. Jennifer Ahdout, MD, Dermatology resident, Paradi Mirmirani, MD, Kaiser Vallejo Medical Center, Traction Alopecia
  2. Natasha Atanaskova Mesinkovska, MD, PhD, Dermatology resident, Wilma Bergfeld, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Cicatricial alopecia, from bench to patients: the role of Vitamin D and PPAR gamma pathways in scarring and non-scarring processes
  3. Nusrat Banka, MD, Dermatologist, Vera Price, MD, University of California San Francisco, Hair disorders
  4. Annerose Berndt, PhD, Assistant Professor, John Sundberg, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Histopathological characterization of a potentially novel spontaneous model for studying PXE-like lesions in the mouse
  5. Mary Jo Kristine S. Bunagan, MD, Hair Disorder Fellow, Antonella Tosti, MD, University of Miami, Hair Loss Disorders
  6. Rayna Dyck, MD, Dermatology resident, Wilma F. Bergfeld, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Treatment of Androgenic Alopecia with Botulinum Toxin
  7. Julia Escandon, MD, Dual MD-PhD Student, George Cotsarelis, MD, University of Pennsylvania, Immunostaining in protein expression of various stem cell markers in mouse and human skin
  8. Shani Francis, MD, MBA, Dermatology resident, Vera Price, MD, University of California San Francisco, Hair disorders
  9. Silke Heinisch, MD, PhD, Dermatology resident, Joseph C. English, MD, University of Pittsburgh, Methotrexate treatment for alopecia areata
  10. H. William Higgins, MD, MABMH, Dermatology resident, Robert Leonard, Jr., DO, Leonard Hair Tranplant Associates, Hair Disorders, Neograft Hair Restoration, Adjunctive Medical Therapy Post Hair Transplantation
  11. Qiaoli Li, PhD, Assistant Professor, Lab Manager, John Sundberg, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Hair follicle diseases in aging inbred strains of mice
  12. Vinod Easwaran Nambudiri, MD, MBA, Combined Internal Medicine-Dermatology resident, Lynne Goldberg, MD, Boston Medical Center, Dermatology Trainee Education Regarding Hair Diseases
  13. Ife J. Rodney, PhD, Assistant Professor of Dermatology and Pathology, Leonard Sperling, MD, Uniformed Services University, Histopathology of Cicatricial Alopecia, with a focus on Central Centrifugal Ciciatricial Alopecia
Committee:   Dirk Elston, Chair
  Jeffrey Donovan
  Janet Hickman
  Amy McMichael
  Adriana Schmidt
  John Sundberg
  Curtis Thompson

Sponsors:
Bosley - Ken Washenik, MD, PhD
Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products, A Division of McNeil-PPC, Inc.

Bosley
Johnson and Johnson

  

2011 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2011 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

18 grants, totaling $21,213

  1. Ghada Abdulaziz Binsaif, Dermatologist, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Amy McMichael, MD & Gil Yosipovitch, MD, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia
  2. Sabina Anna Cieszynski, Medical Student, Kimberly Salkey, MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia
  3. Rayna M. Dyck, MD, Resident, Wilma Bergfeld, MD, Cleveland Clinic, The use of intralesional steroids in folliculitis decalvans
  4. Taneeta Mindy Ganguly, Predoctoral Student, Pratima Karnik, PhD, Case School of Medicine, The pathogenesis and epidemiology of primary cicatricial alopecia
  5. Alde Carlo Patdu Gavino, MD, Resident, David Whiting, MD, Baylor University Medical Center, Histopathology with clinical correlation
  6. Hiroko Hama, PhD, Lipid Biochemist, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Mouse models of cicatricial alopecia and lipidomics of sebaceous gland function
  7. Phillip Holler, MD, PhD & Karolyn Wanat, MD, Resident, John Seykora, MD, PhD, University Pennsylvania, Etiologic analysis of viral associated trichodysplasia
  8. Mikhenan Horvath, MD, Resident, Melissa Piliang, MD, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Alopecia Areata
  9. Victoria Kuohung, Resident, Leonard Sperling, MD, Uniformed Services University, Hair pathology
  10. Natasha Atanaskova Mesinkovska, MD, PhD, Resident, Wilma Bergfeld, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Lichen Plano Pilaris: therapy with Pioglitazone
  11. Mariya Miteva, Associate Scientist, Leonard Sperling, MD, Uniformed Services University, Hair pathology
  12. Peggy Suejin Myung, MD, PhD, Resident, Mayuni Ito, PhD, New York University School of Medicine, The regulation of Wnt signaling in hair follicle melanocyte stem cells by epithelial and dermal cells
  13. Michael Gerard O'Sullivan, Director of the Univ of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center Comparative Pathology Shared Resource, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Investigation of mutant mice with hair disorders
  14. Sophia Rangwala, Researcher, Madeleine Duvic, MD, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Alopecia areata, T cell disease
  15. Patricia Ting, Resident, Vera Price, MD, University of California San Francisco, Hair disorders
  16. Vasanop Vachiramon, Dermatologist, Bangkok, Thailand, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Hair and pigmentary disorders, laser hair removal
  17. Nicole Yang, Medical Student, Luis Garza, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins Medical Institute, Generating an acral skin gene signature for mRNA, miRNA, and methylation changes and comparing that to gene expression pattern of hair follicle stem cells and androgenetic alopecia
  18. Ying Zhao, MB, Student, Kevin McElwee, PhD, University of British Columbia, Change of hair cycle signal transduction in the early stage of alopecia areata

Committee: Dirk Elston, Chair
                 Jeffrey Donovan
                 Janet Hickman
                 Amy McMichael
                 Adriana Schmidt
                 John Sundberg
                 Curtis Thompson

Sponsors:
Bosley-Ken Washenik
Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products, A Division of McNeil-PPC, Inc.

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2010 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2010 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

14 grants, totaling $27,865

  1. Renee Beach, MD, University of Ottawa dermatology resident, Nonhlanhla Khumalo, MD, Cape Town, South Africa, Cytokine profiles in Afro-textured hair, pediatric dermatology, adult academic dermatology
  2. Lisa Chan, MD, University of British Columbia dermatology fellow, Ken Washenik, MD, PhD, Bosley, Hair disorders and hair transplantation
  3. Jing Gao, MD, Stanford University dermatology research associate, Vera Price, MD, UCSF, Laminin-511 in hair disease
  4. Angela Kyei, MD, Cleveland Clinic dermatology resident, Wilma Bergfeld, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Histopathology of central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia
  5. Anna Levin, MS, medical student, University of Missouri, Kansas City, Maria Hordinsky, MD, University of Minnesota, Relationship of nutritional status to hair loss
  6. Assaf Monselise, MD, University of British Columbia hair fellow, Kevin McElwee, PhD, University of British Columbia, The effect of NSAIDs on minoxidil induced keratinocyte proliferation
  7. Jennifer Nguyen, MD, University of Columbia dermatology resident, Antonella Tosti, MD, University of Bologna, Italy, Dermoscopy of hair and scalp disorders
  8. Oge Onwudiwe, MD, Howard University dermatology resident, Valerie Callender, MD, Callender Skin & Laser Center, Central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia
  9. Rashid Rashid, MD, PhD, MD Anderson, University of Texas Houston dermatology resident, Paradi Mirmirani, MD, Kaiser Permanente, Vallejo;  and Vera Price, MD, UCSF, Hair disease
  10. Ana Rostaher, University of Munich veterinary dermatology resident, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, DACVP, The Jackson Laboratory, Hairshaft abnormalities in cats
  11. Pallavi Singh, PhD, Columbia University dermatology post doctorate research, Rachael Clark, MD, Harvard Skin Disease Research Center, Immunobiology of skin-specific T-cells—Isolation and characterization
  12. Pamela Summers, MD, Cleveland Clinic dermatology research fellow, Wilma Bergfeld, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia
  13. Stephen Tourjee, MS, Vanderbilt University medical student, Lloyd King, MD, Vanderbilt, Proscope HR evaluation of central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia
  14. Zhe Wang, Purdue University PhD candidate, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, DACVP, The Jackson Laboratory, Role of the Sharpin gene in hair development

Committee: Janet Hickman, Chair
                 Andrzej Dlugosz
                 Jeffrey Donovan
                 Madeleine Duvic
                 Dirk Elston
                 Amy McMichael
                 John Sundberg

Sponsors:
Bosley-Ken Washenik
Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products, A Division of McNeil-PPC, Inc.

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Dr. Janet Hickman, Chairman of the Mentorship Committee, presenting plaque to Dr. Ken Washenik on behalf of Bosley, the supporter of the mentorship grants

2009 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2009 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

10 grants, totaling $25,500

  1. Jeffrey Donovan, MD, Univ of Toronto dermatology resident, George Cotsarelis, MD, University of Pennsylvania, Hair disorders: clinical and molecular approaches
  2. Ronda Farah, Univ Minnesota medical student, Maria Hordinsky, MD, Univ Minnesota, Development of clinical research skills needed for patient-oriented studies investigating alopecia areata
  3. Kathie Huang, MD, Stanford Univ dermatology resident, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University, Management of hair disorders in ethnic patients
  4. Angela Kyei, MD, Cleveland Clinic dermatology resident, Wilma Bergfeld, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia
  5. Yolanda Lenzy, MD, MPH, Boston Univ dermatology resident, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University, Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia
  6. Dr. med Nina Otberg, from Germany, Hair Fellowship, Univ Brit Columbia, Bosley Medical, David Whiting, MD, Dallas, TX, Hair transplantation; hair pathology
  7. Margareth Pierre-Louis, UNC-Chapel Hill, med school, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University, Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia
  8. Isabel Restrepo, MD, from Columbia, Hair Fellowship, Univ Brit Columbia, Bosley Medical, David Whiting, MD, Dallas, TX, Hair transplantation; hair pathology
  9. Robert Rice, PhD, Dept of Environmental Toxicology, Univ. California, Davis, John Sundberg, DVM,PhD, DACVP, The Jackson Laboratory, Mouse hair pathology
  10. Kendra Wolk, Sr. vet med student, Ohio State College Vet Med, John Sundberg, DVM,PhD, DACVP, The Jackson Laboratory, Mouse models for cicatricial alopecia

Committee: Janet Hickman
                 Madeleine Duvic
                 Dirk Elston
                 Amy McMichael
                 John Sundberg
                 Andrzej Dlugosz

Sponsors:
Bosley-Ken Washenik
Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products, A Division of McNeil-PPC, Inc.

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2008: Mentorship grant awardee, Holly Bartell, M.D., is shown with prospective mentor, Dr. David Whiting, and NAHRS President, Dr. George Cotsarelis.

2008 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2008 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

6 grants, totaling $17,040

  1. Hiad Agha, MD, Dermatology resident, Department of Dermatology, Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem, Professor Abraham Zlotogorski, Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem, Investigating Genetic Diseases of the Hair
  2. Holly Bartell, MD, Dermatology resident, Duke University, David Whiting, MD, Baylor, Dallas, Hair Disorders: Hair Clinic Procedures and Clinical Research
  3. Kelli Boyd, DVM, PhD, Veterinary Pathology, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Investigating a New Mouse Model of Alopecia Areata
  4. Ian Welch, DVM, Laboratory Animal Pathology, University of Western Ontario, Canada, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Characterizing and Elucidating the Pathogenesis of Severe Skin and Hair Lesions; Mouse Model with a Mutation in the ILK Gene
  5. Wen-Yu Wu, MD, PhD, Fellow, Department of Dermatology University of British Columbia, Canada, Ken Washenik, MD, PhD, Bosley, New York, Diagnosis and Treatment of Androgenetic Alopecia
  6. Bin Zhang, MD, PhD Candidate, Department of Dermatology, Sun Yat-sen University, China, Kevin J. McElwee, PhD, University of British Columbia, Hair Research Laboratory, Investigating the Role of Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) Axis in the Onset and Severity of Alopecia Areata

Committee: Janet Hickman
                 Madeleine Duvic
                 Dirk Elston
                 Janet Roberts
                 Amy McMichael
                 John Sundberg
                 Ken Washenik

Sponsor: Bosley Medical Institute: Ken Washenik

  

2007: NAHRS Mentorship Awardees

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2007 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

7 grants, totaling $18,100

  1. Hisham Bazzi, PhD candidate, Genetics and Development, Columbia University, Cheng-Ming Chuong, MD, PhD, USC, Los Angeles, Studying the expression and function of Dkk4 in chick feather follicles.
  2. Jiang Chen, MD, Postdoc,, Dermatology Dept, Center for Cutaneous Molecular Biology, Baylor, John Sundberg, DVM,PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Methods and logistics used in analyzing hair abnormalities; mouse model of hereditary hair fragility.
  3. Eleanor Ann Knopp, MD, Dermatology resident, Yale, Leonard Sperling, MD, Bethesda, MD, Hair pathology; clinical and pathologic characteristics of psoriatic alopecia.
  4. Barrie Miller, MSII, University of Minnesota, Marna Ericson, PhD, Department of Dermatology, University of Minnesota, Hair follicle imaging and analysis; role of topically-applied neurotrophic agents in hair growth induction.
  5. Tatyana Y. Sharova, MD, Research Associate, Department of Dermatology, Boston University School of Medicine, Vladimir A. Botchkarev, MD, PhD, Boston University School of Medicine, Molecular signature of doxorubicin-induced DNA damage in matrix keratinocytes of cultured human hair follicle.
  6. Ronea Stith, MD, Dermatology resident, Howard University, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University, Hair disorders: observation of hair clinic procedures; selection of clinical research focus
  7. Amy S. Valet, MD, Medical Scholars Programs, Vanderbilt University, Helen Everts, PhD, Lloyd E. King, MD, PhD, Vanderbilt University, Investigating the role of retinoic acid biosynthesis in the pathogenesis of human central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia.

Sponsor: Bosley Medical Institute: Ken Washenik

  

2006 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2006 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

14 grants, totaling $27,000

  1. Mandy O’Hara, BSc Hons BVMS MACVSc Diplomate ACVP, Murdoch University Division of Health, Australia, School of Veterinary & Biomedical Science, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, The pathogenesis of papillomavirus infections in haired skin using transgenic mice containing HPV constructs as a model.
  2. Gene Kim, MD, Chief Dermatology Resident, New York University Department of Dermatology, Vera Price, MD, University of CA San Francisco Department of Dermatology, Treatment and diagnosis of hair disorders.
  3. Karin Jaeger, Dermatology Resident, Medizinische Universitaet Wien, Austria, Dept. of Dermatology, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Mouse models of human hair diseases; trichothiodystrophy models.
  4. Paula Shah, MS, University of Louisville School of Medicine, Helen Everts, PhD (Department of Biochemistry), Lloyd King, Jr., MD, PhD (Department of Dermatology), Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Retinoid metabolism in humans and mouse models of Central Cicatricial Alopecia.
  5. Michael Fessing, PhD, Research Associate, Boston University School of Medicine Department of Dermatology, Vladimir A. Botchkarev, MD, PhD, Boston University School of Medicine, Role of Edar signaling in hair follicle regression (catagen).
  6. Daniela Guzman-Sancez, MD, Research Fellow, Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University Dept. of Dermatology, Hair disorders.
  7. Bruce Herron, PhD, Research Scientist IV, Genomics Institute, Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Analysis of Hair Defects in Repeated Epilation Mice.
  8. Andreas Finner, MD, Postgraduate Trainee/Hair Fellow, Hair Research and Treatment Centre, Division of Dermatology, University of British Columbia, Canada, Vera Price, MD, University of CA San Francisco Department of Dermatology, Clinical Training in Diagnosis and Treatment of Hair Disease.
  9. Xingqi Zhang, MD, PhD, Research Associate, Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences, University of British Columbia, Canada, Kevin McElwee, PhD, UBC, Division of Dermatology, Skin Care Center, Role of systemic and local stress hormones in hair growth and in pathogenesis of alopecia areata.
  10. Kimberly Scott, MD, Chief Dermatology Resident, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Department of Dermatology, Vera Price, MD, University of CA San Francisco Department of Dermatology, Parnassus Campus, Hair and scalp disorders primarily affecting African Americans.
  11. Nina Otberg, MD, Research Fellow, Center for Experimental and Applied Cutaneous Physiology, University Clinic Charite, Berlin, Germany, Kevin McElwee, PhD, Jerry Shapiro, MD, PhD, University of British Columbia, Fellowship in Hair at University of British Columbia: New angiogenesis factors and their role in hair follicle growth and cycling.
  12. Heather Richmond, MS, University of California Irvine School of Medicine, Medeleine Duvic, MD, University of Texas, Anderson Cancer Center, Alopecia Areata/T-cell disease
  13. Gavin Richardson, PhD, Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Durham, U.K., Angela Christiano, PhD, Columbia University, Department of Dermatology, Molecular biology, hair and skin development, mouse models of skin diseases.
  14. Michele Thompson, MD, Chief Resident of Dermatology, Oregon Health and Science University, New York State Department of Health, Janet Roberts, MD, Curtis Thompson, Portland, Oregon, Alopecia Areata.

Sponsor: Bosley Medical Institute: Ken Washenik

  

2005: NAHRS Mentorship Awardees

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2005 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

7 grants, totaling $19,000

  1. Kathrin Giehl, MD, dermatologist, Ludvig-Maximilians Univ Munich, Germany John Sundberg, DVM,PhD Hair Interior Defect (hid) in AKR/J Mice: Potential Animal Model for the Human Pili Annulati Hair Shaft Abnormality
  2. Maksim V. Plikus, PhD student, Dept. of Pathology University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA John Sundberg, DVM, PhD Hair Growth Cycle
  3. Christopher S. Potter, PhD student, Dept. Medicine, Rheumatology, & Immunology Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC John Sundberg, DVM, PhD Characterization and Comparison with Human Diseases of Two Mouse Mutations with Defects in the Hair Medulla
  4. Elizabeth K. Ross, MD, dermatologist, Vancouver, BC Jan P. Dutz, MD Division of Dermatology University of British Columbia Alopecia in Lupus (SLE)
  5. Adriana N. Schmidt, medical student, Vanderbilt University Lloyd E. King, Jr., MD Helen Everts, PhD The Role of Estrogen in Retinoic Acid Synthesis in Hair Cycling
  6. Rosemarie E. Seymour, DVM, Jackson Laboratory Bar Harbor, ME Harm HogenEsch, DVM, PhD Purdue University Pathogenesis of Chronic Proliferative Dermatitis
  7. Andrey A. Sharov, MD, PhD, Dept. of Dermatology Boston University School of Medicine Vladimir Botchkarev, MD, PhD Boston University Role of BMP in Hair Follicle Regression (Catagen)
  

2004: Yun You, Ph.D. Oak Ridge Natl. Laboratory
Mentors: John P. Sundberg and Angela Christiano

2004 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2004 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

7 grants, totaling $19,500

  1. Helen Everts, PhD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Biochemistry, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Retinoid Metabolism in the Hair Follicle Using Mouse Models.
  2. Amanda Friedrichs, MS, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford, Wilma Bergfeld, MD, The Cleveland Clinic, Lupus Erythematosus Associated Alopecia.
  3. Amalia Martinez-Mir, PhD, Post-doctoral Research Scientist, Columbia University, Department of Dermatology, Angela Christiano, PhD, Columbia University, Department of Dermatology, Identification of Susceptibility Genes in Alopecia Areata.
  4. Divya Railan, MD, Resident, Indiana University Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Amy McMichael, MD, Wake Forest University Medical Center, Systematic Approach to Hair Disorders.
  5. Elizabeth Ross, MD, Clinical and Research Fellowship in Hair, University of British Columbia Division of Dermatology, Canada, Antonella Tosti, MD, University of Bologna Department of Dermatology, Italy, Diagnostic Techniques for Clinical Evaluation of Hair Disorders.
  6. Douglas Taylor, DVM, Veterinary Post-doctoral Research Fellow, University of Michigan, Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Etiology and Pathogenesis of Dermatitis in C57BL/6J Mice and Pertinence to Human Disease Conditions.
  7. Yun You, PhD, Staff Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, New York State Department of Health, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Skin/Hair Morphogenesis in Mice.

Sponsor: Bosley Medical Institute: Ken Washenik

  

2003 NAHRS Mentorship Program Awardees Minimize

2003 NAHRS Mentorship Grants:

6 grants, totaling $16,350

  1. Eileen Tan, MD, University of British Columbia, Canada, Zoe Draelos, MD, North Carolina, Hair Cosmetics and Disorders.
  2. Gwendolyn Lorch, DVM, MS, College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Biosciences, Ohio State University, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Spontaneous Alopecia and B6 Dermatitis in Murine Models
  3. Lin Chen, PhD, Univeristy of Illinois College of Medicine, Department of Dermatology, Virginia Fiedler, MD, University of Illinois Chicago, Alopecia Areata Cytokine mRNA
  4. Matthew Renninger, DVM, MS, Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine, John Sundberg, DVM, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory, Alopecia of Chronic Proliferative Dermatitis Mice
  5. Faith Durden, MD, Assistant Professor of Dermatology, School Hospitals of Cleveland, Elise Olsen, MD, Duke University Medical Center, Hair Disorders Clinic and Clinical Research Techniques
  6. Jennifer Dempsey, MD, Dermatology Research Fellow, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Lloyd King, Jr., MD, PhD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Cicatricial Alopecia

Sponsor: Bosley Medical Institute: Ken Washenik

  

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