Advancing Innovation in Dermatology is pleased to make available our collection of scholar articles, industry news, and interviews with the professionals accelerating innovation in skin health and patient care. This content is yet another way beyond our in-person and virtual events to strengthen the community of innovators we aim to build and maintain.
Advancing Innovation in Dermatology (AID) is pleased to be one of the organizations partnering with the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) on a project to advance nocturnal scratch as a digital endpoint for atopic dermatitis. We had an opportunity to speak with Jennifer Goldsack, CEO of DiMe; Lucy Cesnakova, a program lead for the nocturnal scratch initiative; and Ashley Blua, a patient ambassador of National Eczema Association, about the significance and potential impact of the project.
Could you tell us a little about the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) and the organization's overall mission?
What outputs of the project are you looking forward to?
Check out the Advancing Innovation in Dermatology and Querrey Simpson Institute for Bioelectronics at Northwestern University hosted Dermatology Innovation Webinar featuring academia and industry speakers as they discuss opportunities and challenges for novel sensors in clinical trials.