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About Dermal Cell News


Dermal Cell News is Connexon Creative’s 17th science newsletter. Launched in the spring of 2015, this exciting new publication focuses exclusively on research related to skin repair, regeneration, diseases and disorders at the dermal cell level. We were noticing a marked increase in the coverage of these areas in related newsletters, including Mesenchymal Cell News, Extracellular Matrix News, Cell Therapy News and Cancer Stem Cell News, so we decided that it was time to dedicate an entire newsletter to the field of dermal cell research. This allows our team to dig deeper into the publications every week to provide an in in-depth, field-specific, comprehensive overview of this important and growing field.


The Publications section of Dermal Cell News is divided into two categories. The first category, Dermal Stem Cells & Tissue Regeneration, covers scientific research at the cellular level into the regeneration of dermal tissue to treat chronic wounds and burns, as well as dermal stem cell based tissue engineering, cell therapies and cosmetic medicine. The second section, Skin Cancers & Disorders, covers research into the cellular mechanisms and treatments of skin cancers (e.g., basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma) and skin disorders (e.g., eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, as well as viral and bacterial infections affecting the skin). The Industry News section of Dermal Cell News features press releases announcing advancements in the dermal cell research and medical fields, including new products and patents, clinical trial approvals and results, funding announcements and awards and industry collaborations. We also include stories on timely policy issues and announcements related to dermal cell research and medicine. Finally, as with all of our newsletters, Dermal Cell News shares announcements of field-specific upcoming meetings, conferences and workshops, as well as job postings related to dermal cell research and medicine in our Events and Jobs sections, respectively.


The goal of Dermal Cell News is to keep academic and industry researchers, as well as practicing medical professionals current with the latest research in the dermal cell field. Specifically, biomedical scientists interested in regenerative medicine, stem cell research, and cancer biology in relation to dermal cell biology and dermatology will benefit from Dermal Cell News. In addition to the weekly newsletter, the Dermal Cell News Twitter feed is a fantastic way to keep current and connect with the dermal cell scientific community, and our Dermal Cell News events and jobs boards help inform users of opportunities for sharing their research as well as networking and career advancement.
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