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Research grant awards for scientific investigations on hair disorders.

Since 2003, NAHRS has awarded, on a competitive basis, small grants as “seed” money to investigators studying hair biology, hair growth and hair disorders.

  • One goal of these awards is to provide funds to allow the investigator to generate preliminary results necessary for subsequent funding from organizations such as the NIH.
  • Another goal is to support unique valuable resources used by investigators studying hair biology and disorders.
  

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2005 RESEARCH AWARDS:

Helen Everts, PhD
Research Award to Study Retinoid Metabolism in Human Cicatricial Alopecia

Faith Durden, MD
Research Award to Study The Assessment of Hair Shaft Changes in Individuals of African Descent

Amor Gilhar, PhD
Research Award to Study Factors in Initiation of Alopecia Areata in C3h/HeJ Mice

Partima Karnik, PhD
Research Award to Study Macrophage Activiation, Apoptosis, and Tissue Remodeling in Cicatricial Alopecia

Kathrin Giehl, MD
Research Award to Study Potential Animal Model for Pili Annulati

John Sundberg, DVM, PhD
Research Award to Study Ongoing Work on Path Database for Animal Models in Human Hair Disease
  • In the past 3 years: 13 grants for a total of $59,500
    (These grants have been sponsored by Pfizer)
  • In the past 3 years: 20 grants for a total of $48,500
    (Sponsor: Bosley Medical Institute: Ken Washenik)
  

Research Grants Funded by the NAHRS: Minimize

The NAHRS members share a vision to fund much needed research in hair biology and hair disorders. Our goal is to establish a secure financial base to continue and increase the level of funding for scientific research awards.

Towards this goal, we have initiated a grant program for research in the areas of:

  • Basic hair biology, immunology, morphology, development and differentiation of hair follicles
  • Mechanisms involved in the pathophysiology of hair disorders
  • Clinical and basic science research on rare hair disorders, such as cicatricial alopecia
  • Clinical applications for treating patients with hair disorders
  

NAHRS Current Ongoing Projects: Minimize

Current Ongoing Projects:

Additional goals of the NAHRS include sponsorship and awareness of work needed in areas such as:

  • Cicatricial (Scarring) Alopecia
  • Pathology substudy: To determine what histological features are useful to catalogue in cases of potential cicatricial alopecia
  • Lexicon substudy: To determine a consensus clinical description of each of the primary cicatricial alopecias to facilitate research
  • Collaborative clinical database on patients with cicatricial alopecia to help identify external, genetic and infectious pathoetiologic factors
  • Collaborative therapeutic trials in cicatricial alopecia
  • Collaborative work with our international colleagues on these disorders
  • Funding of a NAHRS subfund for cicatricial alopecia and support of basic and clinical research in this field
  

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