New Technologies in Dermatological Science and Practice
Intelligence, Regeneration, Speed, and Precision
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While science and technology have been moving at speed in the last decade and major investments have been placed in Artificial Intelligence, blockchain technology, 3D printing, and gene editing, medical practice, including cutaneous medicine (otherwise known as Dermatology), is only just starting to follow these technological advances. This book is a timely intellectual investment for cutaneous medicine, addressing these particularly needed areas. It is written for medical educators, dermatology residents, practicing dermatologists, and medical researchers in the area of skin diseases, to alert them all to medical advances and up-and-coming technology and in the hope, it will inspire further novel methodology for the future of cutaneous medicine, in diagnosis and therapy.
Table of Contents
List of contributors
I Intelligent Cutaneous Medicine
1 Artificial Intelligence: Basic Principles and Algorithmic Ethics (Lawrence S. Chan)
2 Artificial Intelligence in Cutaneous Imaging (Lawrence S. Chan)
3 Artificial Intelligence in Cutaneous Histopathology (Lawrence S. Chan)
4 Optical Coherence Tomography for Melanoma Detection (Kamran Avanaki and Peter E. Andersen)
II Regenerative Cutaneous Medicine
5 Regeneration of Human Hair Follicles by 3-D Bioprinting (Lawrence S. Chan)
6 Regeneration of Full-thickness Human Skin by 3-D Bioprinting (Lawrence S. Chan)
7 Regeneration of Natural Skin Barrier: An Eco-friendly Approach for Atopic Dermatitis Therapy (Angelina G. Chan)
III Speed Cutaneous Medicine
8 Mohs Micrographic Surgery sine Microscopy: The Winning Speed of Mass Spectrometry (Lawrence S. Chan)
IV Precision Cutaneous Medicine
9 Gene Editing Therapy for Genodermatoses (Adam Sheriff, Imogen Brooks, and Joanna Jacków)
10 EX Vivo Gene Therapy of Epidermolysis Bullosa (Isin Sinem Bagci, Kunju Sridhar, John A. M. Dolorito, and M. Peter Marinkovich)
11 Precision CAR-T Cell Therapy for Autoimmune Blistering Diseases (Lawrence S. Chan)
Lawrence S. Chan, MD, MHA is a graduate of Massachusetts Institutes of Technology with double B.S. degrees in Chemical Engineering and Life Sciences, Dr Chan obtained his medical training at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and a MD degree; he has also completed a MHA degree in Master of Health Administration at the University of Illinois School of Public Health. Currently he is the Dr. Orville J. Stone Endowed Professor of Dermatology at the University of Illinois College of Medicine.
M. Peter Marinkovich, MD is a graduate of University of California at Santa Cruz with a B.S. Degree in Biology, Dr Marinkovich also served as an active duty U.S. Army medic for three years and completed his medical training at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, in St. Louis, Missouri, receiving an MD degree. He is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Dermatology, Stanford University School of Medicine.