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PeDRA is dedicated to providing education and events as resources to those working in the field of pediatric dermatology research.
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The PeDRA Mentorship program is designed to foster meaningful relationships between early investigators and more senior leaders in the field. Participants are asked to meet at least three times each year to discuss a variety of topics. These relationships can help advance research and career development as well as provide professional connections.
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Recent and Upcoming Education
Influence in Gender and Sexual Identity in Adolescent Skin Health Dr. Markus Boos discusses the influence of gender and sexual identity in adolescent skin health. His findings reiterate the importance of recognizing implicit bias and ensuring sexual/gender minority (SGM) children are being treated with the same holistic, respectful…
Persistent Dysesthesias in Involuted Infantile Hemangiomas: An Uncommon Complication in a Common Condition Medical student and PeDRA Member, Mitchell Braun outlines this collaborative, multi-site chart review of persistent dysesthesias in involuted infantile hemangiomas. Learn the definitions of some commonly used medical terms and recommendations for future studies. https://youtu.be/vUvhNqnt6bg…
Presented Live on August 26, 2021, featuring presentations from Dr. Colleen Cotton, Dr. Cynthia DeKlotz, and Dr. Lisa Arkin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIFyFBDnj1E
Association of Demographic Factors and Infantile Hemangioma Characteristics with Risk of PHACE Syndrome Dr. Colleen Cotton discusses the findings of her most recent collaborative study – Association of Demographic Factors and Infantile Hemangioma Characteristics with Risk of PHACE Syndrome. Learn more about hemangioma patterns that might suggest greater…