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Roadmap for Pediatric Dermatology at the SID
**Clinical Scholars program and Young Investigator and Trainee symposium are only
open to those who sign up in advance (free). If you have not, we encourage you to sign up
while there are still spaces.
Anyone interested in meeting Weds. evening at the Welcome Reception: Gather 7:30-8:00
pm at the statue of Sir Walter Raleigh on the patio (unless raining; if raining, by the base
of the staircase in the lobby of the convention center).
Raleigh Convention Center Grand Lobby and Outside Patio

WEDNESDAY, May 9, 2012
International Pachyonychia Congenita Consortium (PC Project) 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 301 A/B
8:00 am – 3:00 pm (Pre-meeting Breakfast — 7:00 am – 7:45 am)
Morning
Jakub Tolar: Harnessing Stem Cell Gene Biology to Combat Genodermatoses
Section 1: Diagnostics and Genetics (Dennis Roop)
New approaches to the diagnostics of genodermatoses: Gabriele Richard
Update on Pachyonychia Congenita Genetics: Frances J.D. Smith
Frizzled 6 Gene: Regina C. Betz
Section 2: Research Studies (E. Birgit Lane)
Review of the GO Delivery! Grant: Christopher H. Contag
Keratinocytes and Pain: Michael J. Caterina
Nucleoside-modified messenger RNA for gene therapy: Katalin Kariko and Drew Weissman
Update on Pachyonychia Congenita Research at TransDerm: Roger L. Kaspar et al.
K16 Null Mice: Juliane C. Kellner, Pierre A. Coulombe
Keratins, Pachyonychia Congenita and Research Advances: W. H. Irwin McLean

Afternoon
Section 3: PC Physician Network (Maurice van Steensel)
Trials and Tribulations: John A. McGrath
Towards Differential Diagnosis: What We Have Learned From The IPCRR: Edel A. O’Toole
Developing Best Practices For Pachyonychia Congenita: Ilan Goldberg
Painless Biopsies for PC Plantar Keratoderma: Leonard M. Milstone
DISCUSSION: Moving forward with clinical studies for Pachyonychia Congenita: Eli Sprecher

American Acne and Rosacea Society 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 302 A
Overview: Diane Thiboutot
Recent Advances in Acne and Rosacea Research: Jenny Kim
1. Mast cells and neuropeptide expression are increased in erythematotelangiectatic rosacea in
comparison to telangiectatic photoaging. Yolanda Helfrich et al. 11:00 am, Poster #093
2. Inhibition of Rho-associated protein kinase (ROCK) allows for indefinite expansion of
cultured human sebocytes. Melanie Dispenza et al. 11:10 am, Poster #454
3. Developing a novel personalized interactive health care education system (MyPACE) for acne
patients. Audrey S Wang et al. 11:20 am, Poster #511
4. IL-17A is involved in P. acnes-induced inflammation. George W Agak et al. 11:30 am, Poster
#633
5. Oxidized fatty acids and inflammatory response in acne: A potential therapeutic role for
apolipoprotein A-I (apoA-I) mimetic peptide 4F as an anti-inflammatory agent. Aslan Pirouz, et
al. 11:40 am, Poster #085

Atopic Dermatitis Conference 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C
Introduction and Welcome: Lisa Beck
No Place Like HOME: Goals of HOME and its Progress to Date and Plans for the Future:
Hywel Williams
Solid Gold? Should IGA Be the “Gold Standard” for AD Assessment?: Eric Simpson
Coming to Our Senses: Assessment Tools for Itch: Gil Yosipovitch
Hitting the Mark—AD Biomarkers: How good are they?: Emma Guttman-Yassky
Hurdles in the Development of AD Therapeutics: Neil Graham
Casting a Wide Net: Genetic & Epidemiological Insights: David J. Margolis
Irvin H. Blank Forum 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Translating the Genetics of Disease into Therapeutics
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C
Introduction: Todd Ridky
Rare and Common Variants in Medical Genetics: David V. Goldstein
Mutations in CARD14 Lead to Psoriasis: Eli Robertson
Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of Induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) Cells for
Inherited Skin Blistering Diseases: Dennis Roop
Albert M. Kligman/Phillip Frost Leadership Lecture 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Keeping an Eye on Cutaneous Biology
Robert Lavker
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C

State-of-the-Art Plenary Lecture 1 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Stem Cell Regulation by Stem Cells in Hair Follicles
Emi Nishimura
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C

State-of-the-Art Plenary Lecture 2 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Opportunities for Discovery Utilizing Next Generation Sequencing Technology
Keith Choate
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C

Welcome Reception 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Raleigh Convention Center Grand Lobby and Outside Patio
Note: All interested in pediatric dermatology can gather from 7:30-8:00 pm at the statue of Sir
Walter Raleigh on the patio (unless raining; if raining, by the base of the staircase in the lobby of
the convention center).
THURSDAY, May 10, 2012
Pediatric Dermatology Morning Session, 7:00 - 8:00 am [Coffee served]
Raleigh Convention Center 206
Overview I: Pediatric Dermatology at SID: Amy Paller
1. Functional analysis of candidate genes identified by genomewide association study (GWAS)
of infantile hemangiomas (IH). Mary Kwon et al. 7:15 am, Poster #393
2. Therapies for dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa require close evaluation for development of
antibodies to type VII collagen. Emily S Gorell, et al. (Presented by Al Lane) 7:25 am, Poster
#399
3. Eczema severity is associated with multiple comorbid conditions and increased healthcare
utilization. Jonathan Silverberg and Eric L Simpson. 7:35 am, Poster #260
Plenary Session I 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C
1. Epigenetic regulation of cathelicidin expression by PTH/PTHrP controls skin infection. Beda
Muehleisen et al. 8:00 am, Poster #638
2. GLI2* engages the mTOR pathway to drive development of malignant peripheral nerve sheath
tumors (MPNSTs) in skin. Alexandre N Ermilov et al. 8:12 am, Poster #177
3. Efforts to provide a comprehensive overview of genetic changes in canine melanoma as a
means to identify genetic correlates for drug response. Aleksandar Sekulic et al. 8:24 am, Poster
781
4. Germline mutation in ATR underlying a new autosomal dominant oropharyngeal cancer
syndrome. Akio Tanaka, et al. 8:36 am, Poster #404
5. PDK1 regulates keratinocyte differentiation. Teruki Dainichi, et al. 8:48 am, Poster #298

Eugene M. Farber Lecture 9:00 am - 9:30 am
Genomics Meets the Immune System: An Integrated Systems Perspective on
Psoriasis
Frank Nestle
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C

Naomi M. Kanof Lecture 9:30 am - 10:00 am
The Neurofibroma Story: A Role for Mast Cells in Tumor Potentiation and Clinical
Implications
Luis Parada
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C

Poster Session I/Technical Exhibits Open w/coffee break 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Odd 001-287 / Even 288-574
Raleigh Convention Center Exhibit Hall A
Special: Poster session on Pediatric Dermatology led by Raegan Hunt 10:25-10:55
Meet by 10:25 inside the poster session to the left of the doorway
Research in Cutaneous Surgery symposium
Raleigh Convention Center 305 A
10:50: Dermal matrix composition promotes development of aggressive squamous cell
carcinoma in recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa. Yi-Zhen Ng et al. Poster #119

**Young Investigator and Trainee Symposium 10:00 am - 1:30 pm
Developing an Academic Career
Raleigh Convention Center 302 A
Moderator: Kristina Callis Duffin
What Does an Academic Career in Investigative Dermatology Really Mean,
and is it Right for You? Amy Paller
Finding the Right Job and Negotiating a Contract. John Zone
Making the Most of Mentorship: From Finding a Mentor to Being One. Angela Christiano
Funding: A Brief Overview of Funding Opportunities Available to Young Investigators, and
Strategies to Improve Your Grant Application. Kim Yancey
Putting It All Together: Words of Advice on Finding a Niche, Building Collaborations,
and Mentoring. Joel Gelfand
What Can the SID Do for Me? Jodi Johnson

**Clinical Scholars Plenary Session 10:15 am - 12:15 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 305 B
1. Skin commensal bacteria acts as antimicrobial shield: Identification of firmocidin, a novel
small molecule antibiotic produced by Staphylococcus epidermidis: Richard Gallo
10:20 am, Poster #642
2. Response to self antigen imprints regulatory memory in the skin: Michael Rosenblum 10:40
am, Poster #107
The mTOR Pathway and Dermatologic Disease: Tom Darling
Stem Cell Therapy/Epidermolysis Bullosa: Katsuto Tamai
Concurrent Minisymposia 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Auto-immunity and Inflammation
Raleigh Convention Center 306 C
Ceramide deficiency in the epidermis leads to development of psoriasis-like lesions associated
with IL-23-dependent proliferation of γδ-17 cells. Kimiko Nakajima 2:00 pm,
Poster #103
IL-15 is a therapeutic target in human alopecia areata. Luzhou Xing. 2:36 pm, Poster #104
Effective prevention and treatment of CD8 T cell-mediated Graft-versus-host-like disease
(GvHD) using a JAK inhibitor. Naoko Okiyama. 2:48 pm, Poster #040
Host genetics play a role in controlling skin bacterial species and autoimmune blistering skin
disease. Girish Srinivas. 3:00 pm, Poster #039
Response to self antigen imprints regulatory memory in the skin. Michael Rosenblum. 3:24 pm,
Poster #107

CD103-positive CD4+Foxp3+ T regulatory cells are necessary for optimal suppression of cutaneous inflammation. Jane Yoo. 3:36 pm, Poster #087 Inhibition of the SDF-1/CXCR4 axis alleviates chronic and acute skin inflammation. Silvana Zgraggen. 3:48 pm, Poster #008 Identification of cytotoxic T cell epitopes in alopecia areata. Eddy Wang. 4:00 pm, Poster #015 IL-17 Receptor A subunit is a central hub for inflammatory signaling in human psoriasis. Chris B Russell. 4:12 pm, Poster #041 Scurfy mice reveal strong autoimmune skin inflammation with Th2-deviation of skin-infiltrating CD4+ T cells and high epidermal expression of thymic stromal lymphopoietin (TSLP). Eva N Hadaschik. 4:24 pm, Poster #046 Anti-desmoglein 1 autoantibodies from Fogo Selvagem recognize LJM11, a member of the “yellow” family of salivary proteins from Lutzomyia longipalpis. Ye Qian. 4:36 pm, Poster #054 Identification of cytotoxic T cell epitopes in alopecia areata. Eddy Wang. 4:48 pm, Poster #077 Cell Adhesion/Matrix Biology Raleigh Convention Center 302 B Distinct functions of α6β4 and α3β1 integrins in keratinocyte migration. Kristina R Kligys. 2:48 pm, Poster #202 Uncovering functional differences between kindlin-1 and kindlin-2 in keratinocytes. Aditi Bandyopadhyay. 3:36 pm, Poster #219 Development of a vascularized skin equivalent with a physiological perfused vascular network. Florian K Groeber. 4:24 pm, Poster #199 Epidemiology/Health Services Research Raleigh Convention Center 306 B Comparative effectiveness of commonly used systemic treatments or phototherapy for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis in clinical practice. J M Gelfand. 2:48 pm, Poster #228 Filaggrin mutations: Prognosis and response to therapy overtime. David J Margolis. 3:00 pm, Poster #243 Molecular epidemiology of non-syndromic ARCI in a Middle Eastern population. Shirli Israeli. 3:12 pm, Poster #250 Relative humidity, dew point, indoor heating and ultraviolet index are associated with the prevalence of eczema. Jonathan I Silverberg. 3:24 pm, Poster #261 Treatment satisfaction with commonly used treatments for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis in clinical practice. Howa Yeung. 4:12 pm, Poster #223 Factors related to the impact of pruritus on quality of life. Christopher Carr. 4:24 pm, Poster #230 Hair and Cutaneous Development Raleigh Convention Center 305 A Disruption of Tsc2 in dermal mesenchymal cells of mice results in skin defects observed in tuberous sclerosis complex. P Klover.2:00 pm, Poster #456 Conditional knock-in expression of a CYLD mutant leads to the abnormal growth of sebaceous glands. Jane Jin. 2:12 pm, Poster #442 A position effect on FGF13 underlies X-linked hypertrichosis. Gina M DeStefano. 2:24 pm, Poster #450 Plasticity and cellular memory during epidermal differentiation in response to BRAF activation
and inhibition. Suguna R Krishnaswami. 2:36 pm, Poster #494
p63 transcription factor controls the establishment of nuclear architecture and higher-order
chromatin remodelling during development of the epidermis. Michael Y Fessing. 2:48 pm,
Poster #461
The polarity protein aPKCλ regulates epidermal cell fate decisions. Michaela Niessen. 3:00 pm,
Poster #469
Wnt signaling in embryonic dermal papilla precursor cells is required for hair follicle
morphogenesis. Su-Yi Tsai. 3:12 pm, Poster #453
Dermal β-catenin activity in response to epidermal Wnt ligands is required for hair follicle
initiation. Demeng Chen. 3:24 pm, Poster #482
The regulation of dermal papilla cell number to specify hair size. Bruce A Morgan. 3:36 pm,
Poster #484
Dkk family members pattern the development of multiple types of ectodermal appendage.
Mingang Xu. Philadelphia, PA. 3:48 pm, Poster #452

FRIDAY, May 11, 2012

Pediatric Dermatology Session 7:00 am - 8:00 am [Coffee served]
Raleigh Convention Center 206
Overview II: Pediatric Dermatology at SID
Amy Paller, MD, Northwestern University
Presentations
Development of induced pluripotent stem cell-based therapy for
pseudoxanthoma elasticum. Shunsuke Takahagi (Presented by Jouni Uitto). 7:15 am, Poster
#832
Special Presentation: Progress in Understanding Alopecia Areata: Angela Christiano. 7:25
am

Plenary Session II
8:30 am - 9:30 am
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C
1. Cardiovascular risk factors and risk for recurrent cardiovascular events among psoriasis
patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Jason M Farrow. 8:30 am, Poster #240
2. Neutralization of IL-17A with LY2439821 compared to TNF with etanercept: effects on
inflammatory gene expression underlying psoriasis pathogenesis. James Krueger. 8:42 am,
Poster #498
3. Overexpression of TGFβ1 in murine epidermis alters skin dendritic cell homeostasis and
enhances adaptive immunity. Javed Mohammed. 8:54 am, Poster #609
4. Inhibition of wound-induced hair neogenesis by prostaglandin D2. Amanda M Nelson. 9:06
am, Poster #783
5. Toll-like receptor 2 signaling protects against ultraviolet-induced inflammation in vivo. Dong-
Hun H Lee. 9:18 am, Poster #676
Raleigh Convention Center 307 
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C
Herman Beerman Lecture 9:40 am - 10:10 am
Why Don’t We Get More Cancer: A Proposed Role of the Microenvironment in
Restraining Cancer Progression: Mina Bissell
State-of-the-Art Plenary Lecture 3 10:15 am - 10:45 am
Cytoskeletal Organization and Function in the Epidermis: Terry Lechler
State-of-the-Art Plenary Lecture 4 10:45 am - 11:15 am
Genomic Tracking of Microbial Pathogens: Julie Segre
BCCNS Life Support Network 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 301 A/B
Poster Session II/Technical Exhibits Open w/coffee break 11:15 am - 1:15 pm
Even 002-286 / Odd 575-863
Raleigh Convention Center Exhibit Hall A
Special: Poster session on Pediatric Dermatology led by Anu Mather 11:25-12:55
Meet by 11:25 inside the poster session to the left of the doorway

**Clinical Scholars Program 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 305 B
1. Neural recruitment and dynamism in the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis. Ethan Lerner.
11:30 am, Poster #344
2. A novel therapeutic strategy for correcting the desquamation defects in Harlequin Ichthyosis.
Dennis R Roop. 11:50 am, Poster #372
Role of IL-17 in Psoriasis and Other Skin Diseases: James Krueger
Update on Atopic Dermatitis: Lisa Beck
National Alopecia Areata Foundation 11:45 am - 1:30 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 307
Genomic Technology Workshop 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C
Welcome, Overview of Workshop, Introductions: Julie Segre
Just Browsing—Demonstration of Online Browsers: Cristina de Guzman-Strong
Technically Speaking Genomics—New Technology: Heidi Kong
A Sequence of Events—Insights into Novel Gene Therapies: Keith Choate
ChIP Away at the Unknown—Non-Coding DNA: Visualizing, Testing and Predicting:
Kevin Wang
Academic Dermatologists Luncheon 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Sponsored by the Academic Dermatologists Committee of the Women’s Dermatology Society
Raleigh Convention Center 302 B/C
For all in academic dermatology programs (M.D. or Ph.D., male or female). Register through
the WDS website (http://www.womensderm.org/events/2012-05-11_sid_raleigh.php) May 8th.
Faculty members are encouraged to bring a trainee or two.
Concurrent Minisymposia 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Immunology II: Innate Immunity and Microbiology Raleigh Convention Center 305 B Temporal shifts in the skin microbiome associated with atopic dermatitis disease flares and treatment. Heidi H Kong. 2:36 pm, Poster #665 The role of NOD-like receptor (NLR) signaling pathways in P. acnes’ induction of innate immune response. Min Qin. 3:00 pm, Poster #667 Dysregulation of the NKG2D axis in human and mouse alopecia areata. Zhenpeng Dai. 3:12 pm, Poster #668 Epidermal Toll-like receptor 2 (TLR2) enhances skin barrier recovery and its expression is decreased in atopic dermatitis. I-Hsin Kuo. 4:00 pm, Poster #637 Analysis of bacterial communities in hidradenitis suppurativa lesions. Natalia Vlassova. 4:12 pm, Poster #646 Deficiency in mouse beta-defensin 14 leads to a delay in skin permeability barrier repair. Nina Graumann. 4:24 pm, Poster #647 Distinct immune responses induced by lipoteichoic acid from S. aureus or S. epidermidis despite common pattern recognition pathways. Thomas Volz. 4:36 pm, Poster #660 Human Clinical Research and Therapeutics Raleigh Convention Center 306 C Hematopoietic and mesenchymal cell transplantation after myeloablative and non-myeloablative conditioning for recessive dystrophic and junctional epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB, JEB). Jakub Tolar. 2:00 pm, Poster #534 Efficacy and safety of vismodegib in advanced basal cell carcinoma. Anne Chang. 2:12 pm, Poster #546 Barrier enhancement for eczema prevention- the BEEP feasibility study. Eric L Simpson. 2:24 pm, Poster #529 Preliminary results of a Phase 2 trial evaluating efficacy and safety of vismodegib (GDC-0449) in operable basal cell carcinoma. Kenneth G Gross. 3:36 pm, Poster #543 Cross-sectional evaluation of biological markers of cardiovascular disease risk in children and adolescents with psoriasis. Wynnis L Tom. 4:00 pm, Poster #540 Imatinib mesylate for the treatment of sclerotic skin chronic graft-versus-host disease. Kristin Baird. 4:36 pm, Poster #518 Double-blind, randomized, bilateral comparison of skin irritancy following application of the combination acne products clindamycin/tretinoin and benzoyl peroxide/adapalene. Renato Goreshi. 4:48 pm, Poster #508 Epidermal Structure and Function Raleigh Convention Center 306 B Increased retinoic acid levels through ablation of Cyp26b1 determine the processes of embryonic skin barrier formation and peridermal development. Junko Okano. 2:00 pm, Poster #313 CXCR4 regulates lymphangiogenesis and keratinocyte proliferation in contact and IL23-mediated dermatitis. Tomonori Takekoshi. 2:12 pm, Poster #316 Beta-catenin is essential for complete epidermal barrier formation. Samriddha Ray. 2:24 pm, Poster #333 A novel therapeutic strategy for correcting the desquamation defects in Harlequin Ichthyosis. Lei
Zhang. 2:36 pm, Poster #372
GPHR-dependent functions of the Golgi apparatus are essential for formation of lamellar
granules and the skin barrier. Masahito Tarutani. 3:00 pm, Poster #320
The Trithorax complex promotes epidermal keratinocyte differentiation in part through
GRHL3/GET1- mediated recruitment. Amelia Hopkin. 3:12 pm, Poster #354
Desmosomal cadherins crosstalk to the nucleus via a novel potent transcriptional regulator of the
Wnt pathway: Plakoglobin (PG, JUP, γ-catenin). Arnaud Galichet. 3:24 pm, Poster #356
A novel human psoriatic skin reconstruct: The role of transit amplifying keratinocytes and of p75
neurotrophin receptor. Francesca Truzzi. 3:36 pm, Poster #310
KLK7 participates in the maturation of caspase-14 during keratinocyte terminal differentiation –
Role of an intermediate form. Mami Yamamoto. 3:48 pm, Poster #341
Imaging mass spectrometry visualizes epidermal barrier ceramides and their immediate
precursors. Naoko Goto-Inoue. 4:00 pm, Poster #317
Redundant roles of Ovol1 and Ovol2 transcription factors in epidermal morphogenesis. Briana
Lee. 4:12 pm, Poster #363
Apoptosis of proliferating keratinocytes by targeted delivery of tumor necrosis factor-related
apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL) with an anti-desmoglein monoclonal antibody. Michiyoshi
Kouno. 4:24 pm, Poster #312
Neural recruitment and dynamism in the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis. Sarina B Elmariah.
4:36 pm, Poster #344
Mandatory role of kallikrein 5 in profilaggrin maturation and possible association of its
impairment with atopic dermatitis. Jun-ichi Sakabe. 4:48 pm, Poster #325

Carcinogenesis, Growth Factors, and Cancer Genetics
Raleigh Convention Center 305 A
SMO inhibitor effectiveness in a patient with a SHH locus translocation causing
holoprosencephaly and basal cell carcinomas. Natalia Gomez-Ospina. 2:00 pm, Poster #167
Loss of Keratin 17 delays HPV-induced tumor growth in skin. Daryle Depianto. 2:12 pm, Poster
#114

Nanodermatology Society 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 302 A

North American Hair Research Society Scientific Meeting 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 302 B/C

Galderma Japan Scientific Forum 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 301 A/B

Trainee Dinner Session 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm (encouraged for trainees – sign up in advance)
Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom A
SATURDAY, May 12, 2012

Raleigh Convention Center Ballroom B/C
Plenary Session III 8:00 am - 9:00 am
1. Extracellular Hsp90alpha promotes human dermal fibroblast migration and skin wound
healing via the NPTY motif within LRP-1 receptor and three downstream Akt kinases: Direct
evidence for a cross-membrane signal transduction mechanism. F Tsen. 8:00 am, Poster #210
2. CXCL10, an IFN-γ-induced chemokine, is required for the development of depigmentation in
a mouse model of vitiligo. Mehdi Rashighi. 8:12 am, Poster #001
3. The role of the microRNA miR-17~92 cluster in hair follicle biology. Thomas Andl. 8:24 am,
Poster #466

4. Structural insight into the organization and function of keratin filaments. Chang-Hun Lee.
8:36 am, Poster #332
5. The role of voltage-gated calcium channels in controlling stem cells in non-excitable tissues.
Gozde Yucel. 8:48 am, Poster #810

William Montagna Lecture 9:00 am - 9:30 am
Genome Regulation by Long Noncoding RNAs: Howard Chang
Julius Stone Lecture 9:30 am - 10:00 am
The Hyper IgE Syndromes: Rebecca Buckley
American Dermato-Epidemiology Network Business/Scientific Session 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Raleigh Convention Center 302 A
Variation in dermatologist beliefs about the safety and effectiveness of treatments for moderate-
to-severe psoriasis. Katrina Abuabara. 9:24 am, Poster #252
Interactions between adiposity and genetic polymorphisms on the risk of psoriasis. Wenqing Li.
9:36 am, Poster #287
Prevalence of comorbidities is lower among HLA-Cw6-positive psoriasis patients. Trilokraj
Tejasvi. 9:48 am, Poster #270
Eczema severity is associated with multiple comorbid conditions and increased healthcare
utilization. Jonathan I Silverberg. 10:00 am, Poster #260
Atopic dermatitis prevalence and co-morbidities in US women. Longde Lin. 10:12 am, Poster
#273
Increasing sustainability of teledermatology practices: A study of operational models and
challenges in modern-day teledermatology. April W Armstrong. 10:24 am, Poster #242
Poster Session III/Technical Exhibits Open w/coffee break 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Odd 289-573 / Even 576-864
Raleigh Convention Center Exhibit Hall A
**Clinical Scholars Program 10:15 am - 12:15 pm
Raleigh Convention Center Room 305 B
Resident memory T cells are much more effective than central memory T cells in protection
against viral skin infection. Thomas Kupper. 10:20 am, Poster #616
IL-15 is a therapeutic target in human alopecia areata. Angela Christiano.10:40 am, Poster #104
The Impact of High Throughput Sequencing in Genetic Skin Disease: David Kelsell
Notch and SCC: Raymond Cho
Concurrent Minisymposia 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Pigmentation and Melanoma
Raleigh Convention Center 306 B
The dichotomous effects of IL-17 and TNF on normal human melanocytes may contribute to
both hyper- and hypo-pigmentation associated with skin inflammation. Claire Q Wang. 1:06 pm,
Poster #776
A mouse model of vitiligo with spontaneous epidermal depigmentation. Jonathan Eby. 1:18 pm,
Poster #778
Keratinocyte p53, skin tanning and melanoma. Tamara Terzian. 1:30 pm,Poster #782

Genetic Disease, Gene Regulation and Gene Therapy
Raleigh Convention Center 305 B
TRIM32 regulates Th1/17 vs Th2 response to TLR activation, leading to psoriasis-like vs atopic
dermatitis-like inflammatory diseases in mice. Yun Wang. 12:54 pm, Poster #428
Whole-exome sequencing in a single proband reveals a mutation in the CHST8 gene in
autosomal recessive peeling skin syndrome. Mazen Kurban. 1:18 pm, Poster #426
Intravenously injected recombinant human type VII collagen restores collagen function in
dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa. Xinyi Wang. 1:30 pm, Poster #419
Developing a stem cell-based therapy for epidermolysis bullosa simplex by promoting an allele
specific knockout of mutant keratin 14 in induced pluripotent stem cells. Ganna Bilousova. 1:54
pm, Poster #434
CSA and CSB proteins localize in a large multiproteincomplex involved in repair and
transcription of mitochondrial DNA: Involvement for neurodegeneration. York Kamenisch. 2:06
pm, Poster #388
Elucidation of the molecular basis of a novel osteocutaneous disease. Ofer Sarig. 2:18 pm,
Poster #405
Cutaneous features of pseudoxanthoma elasticum in generalized arterial calcification of infancy
due to ENPP1 gene mutations. Qiaoli Li. 2:30 pm, Poster #418
Recombinant filaggrin successfully internalized and processed in epidermal cells. Thomas Stout.
2:54 pm, Poster #389

Immunology I: Adaptive Immunity
Raleigh Convention Center 305 A
Treatment with Ruxolitinib, an orally bioavailable JAK1/2 inhibitor, prevents the onset of
alopecia areata in C3H/HeJ mice. Zhenpeng Dai. 2:54 pm, Poster #626

Source: http://www.pedsderm.net/pdfs/2012_SPD_SIDRoadmap.pdf

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