SID Rising Star Lecture
Sexual Dimorphism in Autoimmunity
International Psoriasis Council: The Psoriatic Disease Mechanistic Scenarios
Transcriptomics Studies in Psoriasis: From Functional Genomics to Patient Stratification
The 2018 Rising Stars Lectures celebrate the best of emerging dermatological science throughout the world. Program committees from SID, JSID and ESDR have selected one prominent young researcher engaged in high-impact science in their respective regions to provide a short overview on their current work.
Dr. Johann Gudjonsson, MD/PhD is a graduate of the University of Iceland Medical School. He completed his internship and dermatology residency training at the University of Michigan. In 2008, Dr. Gudjonsson joined the faculty of the University of Michigan Department of Dermatology. Dr. Gudjonsson sees general dermatology patients at the University of Michigan Taubman Center and directs the inpatient consultation service.
Dr. Gudjonsson came to the U-M in 2003 as part of an innovative research residency training program. Building upon investigative dermatology training completed in Iceland, Dr. Gudjonsson has been performing basic immunological and genetic work on psoriasis at the U-M. Dr. Gudjonsson’s primary research focus is basic immunological and genetic research on psoriasis, with projects directed at improving the diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis. Dr. Gudjonsson is the Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Emerging Scholar of the Taubman Medical Research Institute. He received the Young Investigator Award from the American Academy of Dermatology in 2007 and his work has earned several research awards, including awards from the American Skin Association, the Dermatology Foundation, Doris Duke Foundation and the NIH.