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Skin: Top KOLs in the world

Howard Ira Maibach #1
Howard Ira Maibach
Department of Dermatology, University of California Medical
Known for Human Skin |  Stratum Corneum |  Patch Testing |  Contact Dermatitis |  Percutaneous Absorption
Peter M Elias #2
Peter M Elias
Department of Dermatology, UC San Francisco and VA Medical C
Known for Atopic Dermatitis |  Epidermal Differentiation |  Hairless Mice |  Stratum Corneum |  Barrier Function

John J Voorhees #3
John J Voorhees
Department of Dermatology, University of Michigan Medical Sc
Known for Ultraviolet Irradiation |  Topical Tretinoin |  Growth Factor |  Human Skin |  Retinoic Acid
Richard H A Guy #4
Richard H A Guy
University of Bath, Department of Pharmacy Pharmacology, Cla
Known for Drug Delivery |  Percutaneous Absorption |  Human Skin |  Stratum Corneum |  Reverse Iontophoresis
Wolfram Sterry #5
Wolfram Sterry
Department of Dermatology and Allergy, Charité – Universität
Known for Mycosis Fungoides |  Stratum Corneum |  Melanoma Patients |  Hair Follicles |  Human Skin
Gary J Fisher #6
Gary J Fisher
Department of Dermatology, University of Michigan Medical Sc
Known for Growth Factor |  Ultraviolet Irradiation |  Protein Kinase |  Human Skin |  Retinoic Acid
Albert M Kligman #7
Albert M Kligman
Department of Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania, Phila
Known for Stratum Corneum |  Benzoyl Peroxide |  Human Skin |  Topical Tretinoin |  Acne Vulgaris
Christopher Ernest Maitland Griffiths #8
Christopher Ernest Maitland Griffiths
Dermatology Centre, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, NIHR
Known for Retinoic Acid |  Human Skin |  Psoriatic Arthritis |  Biologic Therapies |  Patients Psoriasis
Ralf Paus #9
Ralf Paus
Monasterium Laboratory, Münster, Germany. | Dr. Philipp Fros
Known for Human Skin |  Alopecia Areata |  Stem Cells |  Growth Factor |  Hair Follicle
Kenneth R Feingold #10
Kenneth R Feingold
Department of Medicine, University of California San Francis
Known for Cholesterol Synthesis |  Permeability Barrier |  Stratum Corneum |  Tumor Necrosis Factor |  Mrna Levels


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