Rosacea (redness, flushing, and blood vessels on the face) is one of the most common skin disorders in North America. Your participation will help us learn more about the molecular mechanisms involved in the skin condition.
- Close‐up photographs of affected skin
- One small biopsy of your affected skin
Time needed for study
- 1st visit: 30 minutes for photography and one biopsy
- 2nd visit: 10 minutes for removal of sutures
Will I be paid to join this study?
For more information, contact the Cutaneous Translational Research Program:
Anna L. Chien, MD, Principal Investigator
Johns Hopkins Department of Dermatology
Application No.: NA_00037679