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David Dellal
Undergraduate Student (Brandon Law group)

     
 
Catherine DiGiorgio, MD
Clinical/Research Fellow

     
 
Bill Farinelli
Research Specialist
50 Blossom Street
Thier 2
Boston, MA 02114

 
 
Walfre Franco, PhD
Instructor
My research interests focus on the development of mechanical and optical medical technology from concept to clinical deployment.
     
 
Lilit Garibyan, MD, PhD
Lecturer
My research interest include understanding the function of cutaneous sensory nerves. By understanding their function and normal physiologic behavior we hope to develop targeted therapy for cutaneous sensory syndromes related to dermatologic diseases.
     
 
Merete Hædersdal, MD
Visiting Scientist
Department of Dermatology D-42
Bispebjerg University Hospital
Bispebjerg Bakke 23
DK-2400 Copenhagen NV
Denmark

     
 
Emilia Javorsky, MD
Research Fellow

     
 
Grace LaMuralia
Research Assistant (Joshua Tam group)

     
 
Brandon Law
Graduate Student

     
 
Kachiu Lee, MD
Research Scientist

     
 
Yakir Levin, MD, PhD
Clinical/Research Fellow

     
 
Nathanial Miletta, MD
Clinical/Research Fellow

     
 
Joe Musacchia
Research Assistant

     
 
Ogechukwu Onwudiwe, MD
Clinical Fellow

     
 
Antonio Orteg-Martinez, MS
Research Engineer

     
 
Juan Pablo Padilla-Martinez, PhD
Research Fellow
My research here will focus on the evaluation of barrier formation and dermal remodeling of skin wounds using multispectral UV fluorescence excitation photography.
 
 
Martin Purschke, PhD
Instructor
My research interest is the cellular stress response after exposure to heat or cold. In particular, I am researching the loss of cell viability and the generation of DNA damage and apoptosis following such exposure.
     
 
Adam Raff, MD, PhD
Clinical Fellow

     
 
Fernanda Sakamoto, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor
At the Wellman Center, my primary interest is the use of lasers and photodynamic therapy for the treatment of skin lesions and cancers. Because acne is the most common disease in dermatology, I am working on the development of methods to selectively damage the sebaceous glands.
     
 
Katherine Siwy
Research Occupational Therapist

     
 
Joshua Tam, PhD
Instructor
At the Wellman Center, Josh will be researching new treatments that selectively affect adipose tissue, and the mechanisms involved.
     
 
Ying Wang, MD
Research Scientist
My research interests are in wound healing. In Dr. Anderson’s lab, my project focus on improving healing of skin wound by creating full-thickness skin constructs from microscopic skin tissue columns.