Translational Lecture Series

Skin Immune Response: Friend or Foe?

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Translational Lecture Series

Dr. Jenny Kim will review skin’s important role as an immune organ and what happens when dysregulation occurs.

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Skin Immune Response: Friend or Foe? - Exploring the Role of Inflammation and Microbes in Acne Pathogenesis

featuring Dr. Jenny Kim

In this edition of the GW Translational Lecture Series, Dr. Jenny Kim reviews the skin’s important role as an immune organ and what happens when dysregulation occurs.


  • Jenny Kim, MD, PhD is a Professor of Clinical Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and Chief of Dermatology at the Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System Veterans Affairs.

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