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Dermatology

Type 2 Inflammation Alters the Structure and Function of the Skin in Atopic Dermatitis Interview

Exclusive interview with Prof. Lisa A. Beck delving into the potential for disease modification and the role of the microbiome in atopic dermatitis.

Lisa Beck
MD
Lisa Beck

Learning objectives

  • Recognize that atopic dermatitis and prurigo nodularis are distinct diseases with commonalities and differences in clinical and pathophysiological characteristics
  • Review barrier dysfunction in atopic dermatitis and share evidence supporting skin barrier normalization achieved by inhibiting type 2 cytokines
  • Review the role of type 2 cytokines in dermal fibrosis and pruritus in prurigo nodularis
MAT-GLB-2303396 V2 07/2023

About this expert

Dermatology

Lisa Beck

MD

Goldsmith Professor of Dermatology, University of Rochester Medical Center, New York, United States

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Lisa Beck

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