ESC RESEARCH GRANT PROGRAMESC raises funds for research in Canada.
Qualified medical researchers may apply for a grant through the ESC Research Grant Program, which allows Canadian researchers, such as those working in academic hospital centres and training health care professionals, a way to access funding for their research projects.
CLINICAL RESEARCH TRIALSSee what’s new in eczema research and find clinical research trials that might be of interest to you.
While efforts are made to include as many clinical research trials as possible, this list is in no way complete or definitive. If you would like additional information, contact us.
NEW ECZEMA RESEARCHEczema research is constantly evolving, and ongoing around the world.
- WORLD ALLERGY ORGANIZATION’S GUIDELINES FOR ALLERGIC DISEASE PREVENTION (2015)
- EMOLLIENTS CAN ENHANCE SKIN BARRIER FUNCTION FROM BIRTH — POTENTIAL FOR ATOPIC DERMATITIS PROTECTION (2014)
- EPITHELIAL CELL-DERIVED ATOPIC DERMATITIS CYTOKINE TSLP ACTIVATES NEURONS TO INDUCE ITCH (2013)
- BMI, VIGOROUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND TELEVISION VIEWING – ASSOCIATIONS WITH SYMPTOMS OF ASTHMA, RHINOCONJUNCTIVITIS, AND ECZEMA (2012)
- TEMPORAL SHIFTS IN SKIN MICROBIOME OF CHILDREN WITH ATOPIC DERMATITIS — ASSOCIATIONS WITH FLARES AND TREATMENT (2012)
- GENE-ASSOCIATION STUDY IDENTIFIES THREE LOCI FOR ATOPIC DERMATITIS (2012)
- LOW BACTERIAL MICROBIOME DIVERSITY IN CHILDREN WITH ATOPIC ECZEMA (2012)
- ASSOCIATION BETWEEN TOBACCO AND INCREASED RISK OF ASTHMA, RHINOCONJUNCTIVITIS, AND ECZEMA IN CHILDREN (2012)
- PROBIOTICS AND DECREASED INCIDENCE OF ATOPIC DERMATITIS (2012)
- THE ATOPIC MARCH: ATOPIC DERMATITIS TO ALLERGIC RHINITIS TO ASTHMA (2011)
- PHOTOTHERAPY FOR TREATMENT OF MODERATE TO SEVERE ATOPIC ECZEMA (2001)