Google+ Top Dermatologist in San Antonio Texas Institute of Dermatology, Laser and Cosmetic Surgery

Research


The Texas Institute of Dermatology is actively involved in various basic and clinical research activities.


Some of the most recent research projects and clinical trials TXID has participated in include:

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  • Identification of novel genes implicated in skin aging

  • Role of extracellular matrix proteins on wound healing and skin aging

  • Development of in vivomodels for autoimmune skin diseases

  • Novel therapeutic modalities for treatment of leishmaniasis

  • Ultrasound and Skin


 

Interested in participating in a clinical trial?


If you are interested  in any of our ongoing research clinical trials, please send an email with your full name, contact information, date of birth and the areas of interest you are wanting to find out more about. Please contact the research coordinator by e-mail: trials@txid.org

Fellowships:


If you are a medical or pharmacology graduate and would like to spend a short- or long-term fellowship with us, please e-mail your resume to: Education@txid.org . Limited positions available for research, skin biology, pharmacology, laser, and clinical dermatology.
AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS

Texas Institute of Dermatology's top ranking Dermatologist Received the 2013 Patients' Choice Award, 2013 Compassionate Doctor and the 2013 Talk of the Town Award.

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PATIENT REVIEWS

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A MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR

Welcome to the Texas Institute of Dermatology, Laser and Cosmetic Surgery website. I hope you will find our site easy to use and informative. Our mission is to serve as a leading center for understanding and treating skin, hair, and nail diseases in South Texas through excellence in patient care, research, and education.

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PRESS RELEASE

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