PeDRA is requesting applications for 2021 Study Support Grants to fund statistical and/or publication support of active PeDRA Studies. Up to $4,000 for six months to fund statistical and/or publication support of active PeDRA studies Noncompetitive—awards granted based on eligibility and availability of fundsApplications…
Having been built with the intention of creating collaborative networks to better understand, prevent, treat and cure dermatologic diseases in children, PeDRA provides support for groups of two or more investigators collaborating on approved research studies (“PeDRA Studies”). This Research Toolkit includes…
Run in partnership with the Society for Pediatric Dermatology. Overview Childhood skin diseases are associated with severe burden on patients, families, and health care providers. Despite this burden, effective treatments are…
Check out the Dermatology Foundation’s Research Award Programs for career development awards and other funding opportunities.
Overview Childhood skin diseases are associated with severe burden on patients, families, and health care providers. Despite this burden, effective treatments are sparse, the pace of research is slow, and board-certified…
To acknowledge PeDRA simply name “Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance (PeDRA)” in the acknowledgment (or funding if appropriate) section of an abstract, poster or paper, or on the final slide of a presentation. When appropriate you are also encouraged to acknowledge your working group, project team, or specific individuals.
Spread the word about PeDRA and acknowledge our support publicly. Investigators should acknowledge PeDRA whenever presenting results from PeDRA Studies, PeDRA Research Grants, or other projects that benefited from resources or opportunities made available by PeDRA. This applies to all abstracts, posters, presentations, and papers.
For presentations and posters please include a high-quality image of the PeDRA logo if space allows.
Connecting with Patients and Families
Educate your Patient Families
PeDRA wants to raise awareness about our organization, pediatric dermatology research, and the importance of involving patients and families in the research process. View a pdf of PeDRA’s 9″ x 4″ handout intended to help us spread the word.
PeDRA members – please contact us to request hard copies to be sent to your office.