Little is known about how or why keloid scars occur. A research study recently published in Burns & Trauma provides clues about the biological basis for… Read more »
Dr. Dorothy Supp is a senior investigator at the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Cincinnati, a pediatric burn hospital, and an adjunct research professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine. The goal of her research is to develop novel, effective approaches to improve wound healing, with two main areas of focus: treatment and prevention of abnormal scarring, and development of next generation engineered skin substitutes.
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- Studies of keratinocytes increase our understanding of keloid scarring - 12th September 2016