The Cutaneous Connection: Managing Atopic Dermatitis With Emerging TechniquesMarch 9th 2023
In this episode, Mona Shahriari, MD, discusses what dermatologists and patients with atopic dermatitis can expect as we transition from winter to spring, as well as new and emerging treatments and technologies for managing atopic dermatitis that she’s looking ahead to as the year progresses.
The Cutaneous Connection: JAK Inhibitor Safety for Treating ADDecember 14th 2022
In this episode, Christopher Bunick, MD, PhD, discusses a paper he recently co-authored, which explores JAK inhibitor safety compared to traditional systemic therapies for atopic dermatitis.
The Cutaneous Connection: Treating Atopic Dermatitis in the WinterNovember 14th 2022
In this episode, Bernard Cohen, MD, professor of pediatrics and dermatology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, talks about how physicians and patients should treat atopic dermatitis in the winter months, and some new data on treating newborns.
The Cutaneous Connection: Atopic Dermatitis for Adolescents During Changing WeatherOctober 17th 2022
In this episode, Jeffrey M. Cohen, MD, a board-certified medical dermatologist and the director of the Psoriasis Treatment Program at the Yale School of Medicine, discusses treatment options for adolescents with atopic dermatitis, how the changing seasons can affect flare-ups, and what caregivers can do at home to help prevent extreme itching.
The Cutaneous Connection: Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis and Shin Guard DermatitisAugust 16th 2022
In this episode, Peter Lio, MD, and clinical professor of dermatology and pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, discusses how atopic dermatitis presents differently in pediatric patients, and the 2021 allergen of the year, acetophenone azine associated with shin guard dermatitis.
The Cutaneous Connection: Advancements in Atopic Dermatitis TreatmentJuly 12th 2022
In this episode, Raj Chovatiya, MD, PhD, and assistant professor of dermatology and director of the Center for Ecezma and Itch at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, discusses the changing field of atopic dermatitis, the importance of JAK inhibitors, and the treatment options he looks forward to.
The Cutaneous Connection: Adherence to Atopic Dermatitis TreatmentMay 18th 2022
In this episode, the topics up for discussion include possible technologies to help atopic dermatitis patient adherence with treatment along with new strategies to improve patient experiences at the practice.
The Cutaneous Connection: An In-depth Dive on Sun Protective ClothingMay 1st 2022
Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, gives the details on sun protective clothing, including how it doesn't need to break the bank, how to test how protective clothing is, and a hat might be the most important piece of sun protection.
The Cutaneous Connection: Sleep Disturbances in Older Patients with ADApril 19th 2022
Jonathan Silverberg, MD, the associate professor of dermatology at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Washington, DC, joins us to discuss a poster from the December 2021 RAD conference.
The Cutaneous Connection: Cosmetic Dermatology: Procedures and PracticeMarch 17th 2022
Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, sits down with Dermatology Times® to discuss her new book, Cosmetic Dermatology: Procedures and Practice, which will be releasing in the United States in April of 2022.
The Cutaneous Connection: The Burn Reversal MethodMarch 3rd 2022
In this episode we talk with James Beckman, MD, the creator of a topical application that stops the progression of a first or second degree burn. We discuss the science behind this burn reversal method, the complexities of working with burned skin, and what needs to be considered when working with a burned patient.
The Cutaneous Connection: Diving Into the Aesthetics IndustryFebruary 17th 2022
This episode of The Cutaneous Connection podcast dives into the aesthetic industry, highlighting stackable aesthetic treatments, how the aesthetic world has changed in the last 10 years, and how allied health care workers should be utilized in the practice.
The Cutaneous Connection: New Devices for AGAFebruary 3rd 2022
This episode of The Cutaneous Connection podcast dives into androgenetic alopecia or AGA is a common form of hair loss in both men and women. Maryanne Makredes Senna, MD, assistant professor of dermatology at Harvard Medical school, and director of the Mass General Hospital Hair Loss Clinic and clinical research trials for hair loss disorders in Boston, Massachusetts, highlights current treatment challenges, new regeneration devices, and how to help patients with texture hair.
The Cutaneous Connection: Treating and Relating to Patients of All Hair TypesJanuary 13th 2022
This episode of The Cutaneous Connection podcast, explores hair loss and hair treatment of patients with textured or tightly coiled hair. Candrice Heath, MD, FAAP, FAAD a dermatologist and assistant professor of dermatology at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, explains her experience and highlights how all dermatologists can improve their treatment plans.
The Cutaneous Connection: Deep Dive Into the World of VitiligoDecember 17th 2021
This episode of The Cutaneous Connection podcast, sponsored by Incyte, explores the world of vitiligo. From symptoms to current treatment dissatisfaction and the latest research, Pearl Grimes, MD, FAAD, explains where we are now with this pigmentary disorder and where we are headed.
The Cutaneous Connection: An Inside Look of the Inclusive AtlasNovember 4th 2021
In this episode, we dive into the background of the “The Full Spectrum of Dermatology: A Diverse and Inclusive Atlas.” Adam Friedman, MD, and Misty Eleryan MD, MS, describe their process to creating this new dermatologic resource.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 31- Molecular Targeting of Psoriasis BiologicsSeptember 23rd 2021
This episode highlights findings from an investigative study exploring the molecular targeting of biologics for psoriasis, the IL-17 drug class, how bimekizumab is different, plus more.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 30- Impact of the JAK Inhibitor Approval DelaysSeptember 2nd 2021
Mark Lebwohl, MD, takes a deep dive in the recent delay in approval for multiple JAK inhibitor drugs for treatment of inflammatory skin conditions such as psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. He also discusses the impact of the delay, as well as the benefits of JAK inhibitors for inflammatory skin diseases, and an outlook for the future of this drug class.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 29- Do Diet and Supplements Affect Psoriasis?August 19th 2021
In this episode, Jennifer Powers, MD, board certified dermatologist and associate professor of dermatology at the University of Iowa, discusses her recent research exploring how diet and supplements affect patients with mild psoriasis.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 28- The Path to Understanding Pediatric MelanomaAugust 5th 2021
In this episode, Alberto Pappo, MD, director, St. Jude Solid Tumor Division, discusses a registry he helped create aimed at helping physicians better understand pediatric melanoma called Molecular Analysis of Childhood MELanocytic Tumors (MACMEL).
AI in Dermatology and Racial Diagnostic BiasJuly 12th 2021
The introduction of artificial intelligence into dermatology has been met with mixed emotions from the medical community. In this episode, Ade Adamson, MD, MPP, explains the benefits and detriments of the application, accuracy, and potential racial diagnostic bias.