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Mapping of skin white blood cells to improve vaccination strategies

A research team is exploring the feasibility of targeting specific cells in the skin to enhance vaccination strategies.

Vaccination is routinely administered by an injection into muscle. Vaccine delivery into the skin has many advantages, including reduced amounts of vaccine needed to induce protective immune response. A research team is exploring the feasibility of targeting specific cells in the skin to enhance vaccination strategies. The studies demonstrate unique three-dimensional organisation of white blood cells around skin blood vessels

Clinical Trials in Dermatology

Select a trial from the list below to find out more about what it’s all about and how you can get involved in helping others.

Hand Eczema Phototherapy Study

This study aims to compare two types of phototherapy for patients with hand eczema.

Topical kinase inhibition therapy for cutaneous cylindromas

This project aims to evaluate the ability of a new ointment to treat an inherited skin tumour condition.

Alcohol and Skin Diseases

Modifying the drinking behaviour of patients in a meaningful way.


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