Dr. Nazarian has been recognized for her work with awards from the Boston University College of Engineering, Global Fibrosis Foundation, Eleanor and Miles Shore Fellowship and Partners Healthcare.
Dr. Rosalynn M. Nazarian's research interests include cutaneous fibrosis. She serves on the Medical Advisory Council of the Global Fibrosis Foundation and is the recipient of their 1st Junior Research Grant Award for her studies on signaling pathway activation in nephrogenic systemic fibrosis, scleroderma and keloid. Her academic interests include wound repair, basaloid and squamous neoplasms, and molecular targets in Kaposi sarcoma. She is currently leading investigations on immune dysregulation in acute erythroderma and chronic dermatitis for which she has earned the 2011 Eleanor and Miles Shore Fellowship Award. Dr. Nazarian also serves as a Dermatopathology Consultant on challenging telepathology cases from Tanzania and Kenya.
Research interests include elucidating the pathophysiologic mechanisms of inflammatory and fibrosing disorders of the skin.
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