The Role of the TWEAK Molecule in Lupus
The development of a pronounced rash among Dr. Chaim Putterman’s laboratory mice led to the finding that TWEAK signaling affected not only kidney disease but also rashes, scarring, and other symptoms of cutaneous lupus erythematosus that commonly occur in lupus mice.
Training Physicians to Think Broadly About Health and Wellness
Dr. Aaron Fox (General Internal Medicine) published an excellent piece in Einstein's "The Doctor's Tablet" blog, explaining why he believes public advocacy should be part of the training for all physicians and how it can help both patients and doctors.
Dermatology Research Fellow Honored at Young Investigator Symposium
Dermatology research fellow Jamie Rosen won third place in this year's Young Investigators Symposium for her presentation entitled "Nitric Oxide Nanoparticles as a Multi-Mechanistic Antimicrobial and Anti-Inflammatory Agent for the Treatment of Acne Vulgaris."
Nine Medicine Faculty to be Inducted into Leo M. Davidoff Society
Drs. Matthew Abramowitz, Danit Arad, Julia Arnsten, Irene Blanco, James Brust, Colin Cha Fong, Mimoza Meholli, Belinda Ostrowsky, and Sidney Stein have been elected to membership in the Leo M. Davidoff Society this year.