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Nick Reynolds lectures on current research on psoriasis. He discusses biological therapies, which have increased the understanding of pathogenesis and provides insights into the mechanisms of therapeutic action. 

This lecture was part of an event called "Medicine and Me: Psoriasis" at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 5th September 2013

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Professor Adrian Hill, Chairman of the Centre for Clinical Vaccinology and Tropical Medicine at Oxford University. 

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David Jayne, Vasculitis Director, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. 

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David Stuart, Director of Structural Biology, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Oxford.

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Nick Reynolds, Chair of Research, British Association of Dermatologists. 

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Surinder Birring, Consultant Chest Physician, King's College Hospital NHS Trust. 

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Miles Standford, Consultant Ophthalmologist, St Thomas' Hospital. 

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Rod Hay, Consultant Dermatologist, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. 

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Patrick Nee, Consultant, Critical Care & Emergency Medicine, St Helen's & Knowlsey Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

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