Dermatology's Friedman Receives Multiple Awards
November 24, 2008
Dr. Adam Friedman was awarded the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery Cutting Edge Research Grant to further fund his research investigating the wound healing and antimicrobial potential of the novel nitric-oxide-releasing nanotechnology with respect to the treatment of surgical wounds and chronic ulcers.
The American Society of Dermatologic Surgery's distinguished annual grant program is designed to stimulate and support translational projects specifically relevant to cutaneous surgery and cutaneous oncology.
August 30, 2008
Dr. Adam Friedman received first place in the North American Clinical Dermatology Society's Research Competition, for which he will present on his work using novel nanotechnology for the treatment of cutaneous infections and inflammatory condition at the society’s upcoming international conference in the Summer of 2009.
Dr. Friedman's research, which originated in the laboratory of Dr. Joel Friedman, professor of physiology and biophysics and of medicine, has evolved into an interdisciplinary project between the Departments of Physiology and Biophysics, Immunology and Microbiology, and Medicine/Dermatology and Infectious Diseases.