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(JKR-0686) Screening for Entry into Skin Disease Studies

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Screening for Entry into Skin Disease Studies

Principal Investigator:
James G. Krueger M.D., Ph.D.

Mary Sullivan-Whalen N.P.
Kejal Rinoo Shah M.D.
Kristine Nograles MD
Michelle Lowes MD, PhD
Patricia Gilleaudeau N.P.

Contact Information:
Patricia Gilleaudeau
The Rockefeller University
1230 York Avenue
New York, NY 10065
Telephone: 212-327-8333
Contact Information:
Mary Sullivan-Whalen
Telephone: 212-327-7212
Alt. Telephone:

Enrollment Status:
Practitioner referral, special

Brief Summary of Protocol:
Our laboratory is studying several disease of the skin known as psoriasis, atopic dermatitis or eczema, as well as some infections or cancer.

We are trying to identify patients that are qualified and willing to participate in dermatology studies.

Detailed Description of Protocol:
You will have your medical history taken, your skin will be examined, and the nature of participation in various research studies will be discussed. If it is not clear from examining your skin what is wrong, you may have a skin biopsy. A skin biopsy is a minor surgical procedure where a small piece of skin is removed (approximately the size of a pencil eraser) after it has been anesthetized or numbed with local anesthesia. You will be billed for the processing of this biopsy by an outside laboratory. Also, a blood sample may be drawn (1 to 5 tablespoons) may be done to further determine if you are qualified. You may or may not give permission for these.

What specifically makes a person eligible for the study?
You may be eligible to enter this study:

- If you have a visible skin disease currently under study at The Rockefeller University.



Children permitted to participate:

Potential Benefits.....
The benefits you might expect from taking part in this research study are:

- You may get an accurate diagnosis of your skin problem.
- You also be qualified and go on to participate in a specific research study that may improve your skin disease.

Compensation is not provided for participation in this screening study.