Archived articles


Of paws and pelts
Published Spring 2022
Alum Joya Griffin brings pet dermatology to the television screen / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Serving those who serve
Published Nov 11, 2019
The Veteran Amputee Skin Regeneration Program at Johns Hopkins is developing a cell therapy that could enable those who wear prosthetics to use their devices longer
Help for those struggling with hair loss
Published July 19, 2018
Dermatologist Crystal Aguh studies factors affecting hair loss in ethnic populations, a topic most physicians in her field know little about
Women's health
Women with certain form of hair loss should be screened for uterine fibroids
Published Dec 28, 2017
Scarring associated with a form of alopecia is similar to the scarring associated with excess fibrous tissue elsewhere in the body, study finds
Experts gain insights on eczema
Published Nov 8, 2017
Common, toxin-producing bacteria induces protein activity in some individuals, prompting inflammation / Hopkins Medicine
Skin health
Staying protected
Published July 20, 2016
Many skin cancer patients still too likely to sunburn, may not use protective practices correctly, study finds / Hopkins Medicine
Better healing?
Published Aug 10, 2015
Researchers gain insight into how skin, hair regenerate in burns, other wounds after trauma / Hopkins Medicine