Medical Advisory Board

Composed of leading senior research authorities on rosacea and basic research, the NRS medical advisory board evaluates research study proposals and approves the awarding of research grants. The board members also develop NRS medical scientific policies, and review and edit educational materials developed by the NRS.

Dr. Richard Granstein, Chairman
Chairman of Dermatology
Weill Cornell Medical College

Dr. Hilary Baldwin
Associate Professor of Dermatology
SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Dr. Lynn Drake
Harvard Medical School
(former AAD president)

Dr. Richard Gallo
Chief, Division of Dermatology
University of California - San Diego

Dr. Julie Harper
Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology
University of Alabama-Birmingham

Dr. Sewon Kang
Chairman of Dermatology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Dr. Alexa Boer Kimball
Director, Clinical Unit for
Research Trials in Skin
Harvard Medical School

Dr. Mark Mannis
Chairman of Ophthalmology
University of California-Davis

Dr. Frank Powell
Consultant Dermatologist
Regional Centre of Dermatology
Dublin, Ireland
(former EADV president)

Dr. Martin Steinhoff
Director, Charles Institute of Dermatology
University College, Dublin


Dr. Jonathan Wilkin
Former Director, Dermatologic
and Dental Drug Products
Food and Drug Administration

Dr. Mark Dahl
Professor Emeritus
The Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
(former AAD president)

Dr. Michael Detmar
Professor of Pharmacogenomics
Federal Institute of Technology
Zurich, Switzerland

Dr. Marian Macsai
Professor of Ophthalmology
University of Chicago

Dr. Richard Odom
Professor of Clinical Dermatology
University of California - San Francisco
(former AAD president)

Dr. Diane Thiboutot
Professor of Dermatology
Pennsylvania State University

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