Randy Beranek - President and CEO
Randy Beranek
President and CEO
Krista Kellog - Chair
Krista Kellogg

Editorial Staff

Catie Coman
Vice President of Marketing and Communications
Tamara Miller
Nick Fillis
Graphic Design Manager
Melissa Leavitt
Science Writer

Dear Supporter,

National Psoriasis Foundation has invested more than $11 million into research grants since 1968. Our investment has accelerated discoveries that have led to new treatments, as well as supported researchers who are dedicating their careers to a future free of psoriatic disease.

When the Foundation announced our last strategic plan in 2009, it was considered the NPF's most aggressive undertaking ever. Since then, we have increased the annual research grant awards by 600 percent to more than $1.8 million in fiscal year 2014.

Your generous contributions have made this all possible. Thanks to your support, the Foundation collected a record $9.4 million in revenue in fiscal year 2014.

Please follow the research timeline throughout this Annual Report to learn more about the evolution of psoriatic disease research, treatments and the NPF's role in promoting both. Learn about the new and innovative researchers we are supporting now.

You also can read about our efforts to change policies to ensure people with psoriatic disease can get the treatments they need, as well as how we empower people with psoriatic disease to play a role in the journey toward a cure.

As we embark on a new strategic plan, we are setting our sights higher than ever. We aim to increase the number of dollars invested annually by the National Institutes of Health to more than $19 million – a 50 percent increase.

With your help, we can continue to drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected.

Randy BeranekPresident and CEO Krista KelloggChair

The Research We Fund

The mission of the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) is to drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected. That's why the primary focus of the NPF is to increase and support research to end these devastating diseases.

Total investment
since 1968:

The research we fund is divided into six categories:


Learn about the people who are working toward a future free of psoriatic disease.

Dr. Sam Hwang

"(The NPF grants) led to two strong publications that these days are necessary to convince the NIH reviewers that the data is valid."

Competition for federal research funding is stiff. Only researchers who can demonstrate that their work could lead to treatments and cures stand a shot for coveted National Institutes of Health grants.

In 2013, Dr. Sam Hwang of the Medical College of Wisconsin received a $1.06 million NIH grant to build on his National Psoriasis Foundation-backed work examining small molecules called CCR6 that are linked to psoriasis inflammation. Hwang and colleagues aim to use this five-year federal grant to come up with a formula that could be used in a pill or lotion to treat psoriasis.

Hwang and his team—using data gathered from a National Psoriasis Foundation two-year, $200,000 Lutto Translational Research Grant named to recognize a bequest from Seymour and Rebecca Lutto, in memory of their son Lawrence—discovered that mice genetically engineered to have psoriasis-like symptoms improved when treated with drugs targeting the CCR6 pathway.

Hwang also received a one-year, $50,000 National Psoriasis Foundation Discovery Grant in 2011. Without those NPF grants, Hwang said his research would never have gotten off the ground.

Jamie Moy

"I don't think there's anything more powerful than telling your story and sharing how it affects you and your family."

As an adult with psoriatic arthritis and as a mother with a child who has juvenile psoriatic arthritis, Jaime Moy knows all too well the cost of psoriatic disease.

When she learned that many insurance plans created a “specialty tier” class that would force many people with psoriatic disease to pay hundreds of dollars for their treatments, she was compelled to act.

Moy, who uses Humira (adalimumab) for her psoriatic disease, said her treatment makes it possible for her to live a more normal life.

She joined the National Psoriasis Foundation efforts to rally support for the Patients' Access to Treatments Act, a bill that would make treatments more affordable. As a community ambassador for NPF, she wrote letters to local newspapers urging support for the bill.

Her son, Andy, is a NPF youth ambassador. Moy won the Family Activist Award at the Foundation's National Volunteer Conference in 2013.

Moy said speaking up about the impact of psoriatic disease can make a difference.

Dr. Francesca Capon

"Thanks to the support of the NPF, we have been able … to identify a new gene for the disease and to obtain important insights into the causes of this severe form of psoriasis."

Pustular psoriasis is a particularly painful and disfiguring type of psoriasis that is challenging to treat. Francesca Capon, a scientist based at King's College in London, is chasing down the genetic causes of pustular psoriasis and her finding may lead to more effective treatments.

Using a $50,000 Discovery Grant from the National Psoriasis Foundation, her team found that some patients with pustular psoriasis have mutations on a gene called AP1S3. Capon's team also has linked mutations on another gene, called IL36RN, to pustular psoriasis. This gene helps regulate inflammation by suppressing inflammatory cytokines such as interleukin-1(IL-1), Capon said. When a person has a mutation on this gene, his or her body produces more IL-1.

Her research team is currently studying whether IL-1 may play a role in the AP1S3 mutation as well. If so, these patients may be good candidates for drugs such as Kineret (anakinra), which specifically target this cytokine.

Dr. Theoharis Theoharides

"I'm very excited and very grateful for the support . There was no way on earth I could get funded otherwise."

For many living with psoriasis, stress can be an all-too familiar trigger. However, scientists have yet to pinpoint how and why stress impacts psoriasis. Dr. Theoharis Theoharides is hoping to change that.

Theoharides received a two-year, $200,000 National Psoriasis Foundation Translational Grant to study how stress contributes to psoriasis, and how molecules derived from chamomile might interrupt this psoriasis-stress connection.

In people with psoriasis, stress initiates a chain of reactions. Stress hormone is released, which triggers the immune system to release tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha). TNF-alpha leads to inflammation, and too much of it can cause psoriasis.

While biologic drugs successfully target TNF-alpha and have relieved the symptoms of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis for many, Theoharides said his team wanted to take a different approach. His team began looking at natural molecules and found that a molecule in chamomile could prevent cells from releasing TNF-alpha in the first place.

His team hopes their work will lead to an ointment that could be applied to the skin to prevent psoriasis flares and in turn, prevent the development of psoriatic arthritis.

Jennifer Yi

"I think Team NPF is all about finding a person's strengths and taking their interests and through that, connecting with other people and sharing. People will care. It's just trusting and believing and having faith."

When Jennifer Yi was diagnosed with psoriasis as a freshman in college, she initially felt much of the worry and uncertainty so many experience.

So she turned to two things she could always count on for help: support from friends and family, and running.

“When I was diagnosed, running was my outlet – it was really key,” said Yi, who works in marketing in Los Angeles. “It shifted my thinking and helped me to focus and channel my energy.”

A long-time athlete, Yi said she was looking to turn her passion into a way to help others when she learned about Team NPF, which encourages and supports creative fundraising.

In October 2013, Yi competed in the Chicago Marathon, racing for the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) and raising more than $2,500.

Yi said running with Team NPF, and meeting other runners who have psoriasis or were running in honor of a loved one with psoriasis, brought her own experience full-circle.

Dr. Alan Menter


World-class physician Alan Menter has achieved acclaim for “firsts” in the field of psoriasis. He instituted the first psoriasis outpatient center at Baylor University Medical Center. Menter co-discovered the first gene known to trigger psoriasis, a major step forward toward the hope of personalizing medicine to individual genetic profiles. His singular dedication to alleviate psoriatic diseases, raise awareness, and give psoriasis a global presence resulted in his founding and leading the first International Psoriasis Council (IPC), a forum for experts worldwide to exchange critical findings.

In October 2013, the National Psoriasis Foundation presented Menter with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to patients and psoriatic disease research. Menter said receiving the award in front of his colleagues, friends and adored family was “a wonderful, humbling honor.”

Dr. Mark Lebwohl, professor and chief of dermatology at Mount Sinai, described Menter as a great “mentor who motivates his junior faculty and residents to excel.” Through his teaching posts, Menter introduced the idea of “combination therapies,” or the idea of using multiple drugs to treat scalp and skin psoriasis.

Today, Menter heads a thriving clinical practice devoted to the care and well-being of patients. His patients say he offers empathy, expertise and choice in decisions about treatment plans. NPF Board Member Holly Fields first heard about Menter at a Dallas walk (he often joins in and speaks). She and daughter Alyssa, who has psoriatic arthritis, have traveled hundreds of miles over four years to seek help from this “extremely caring, relatable man” who “treats the whole person, not just the condition.”

“There's nothing more rewarding than having a young person or one at any age, come in with full-body psoriasis and within six to eight weeks, return smiling, laughing and enjoying relationships, getting on with life as a normal person,” Menter said. “I've been practicing for years and still get the occasional hug, making me feel that I've impacted lives in a positive way.”

Timeline of Research

  • 1808

    Dr. Robert Willan offers the first accurate clinical description of psoriasis.

  • C.1900

    Coal tar is a common treatment for psoriasis.

  • 1920s

    William Goeckerman develops the Goeckerman Regimen for treating psoriasis, which combines coal tar with UVB phototherapy.

  • 1950s

    Corticosteroids are introduced as treatments for psoriasis.

  • 1951

    A kind of drug that inhibits folic acid, which today includes methotrexate, is introduced to treat psoriasis.

  • 1960s

    Psoriatic arthritis is identified as a clinical disease.

  • 1968

    National Psoriasis Foundation is founded in Portland, Oregon.

  • 1974

    Psoralen + UVA (PUVA) phototherapy is introduced as a treatment for psoriasis.

  • 1974

    NPF helps create the first NIH grant for psoriasis research, which was awarded to the University of Michigan.

  • 1974

    NPF successfully lobbies for FDA approval of methotrexate as a treatment for psoriasis.

  • 1975

    Oral retinoids are introduced to treat psoriasis.

  • 1975

    NPF awards its first research fellowships to young scientists studying psoriatic diseases.

  • 1976

    NPF successfully lobbies the FDA to prevent removal of over-the-counter coal tar from the market.

  • 1970

    NPF sponsors the first National Institutes of Health psoriasis workshop for 105 scientists.

  • 1979

    Cyclosporine is introduced to treat psoriasis.

  • 1981

    NPF successfully lobbies the FDA for approval of PUVA as a treatment for psoriasis.

  • 1987

    NPF researcher Hans Ristow identifies interleukin-1 (IL-1) as a cause of skin proliferation, or rapid growth of skin cells, in inflammatory skin diseases.

  • 1986-1988

    NPF researcher Michael Holick and colleagues introduce vitamin D3 as a treatment for psoriasis. Vitamin D3 is used in Dovonex (calcipotriene), a topical psoriasis treatment.

  • 1988

    Narrowband ultraviolet light B (UVB) phototherapy is introduced as a psoriasis treatment.

  • 1989

    NPF researcher Alice Gottlieb and colleagues discover the role that interleukin-6 (IL-6) plays in the inflammatory response seen in psoriasis.

  • 1990

    NPF researcher Kirk Wuepper publishes results from his genetic studies in of psoriasis, conducted in partnership with the National Psoriasis Foundation. His work helped identify genes linked to psoriatic disease.

  • 1994

    National Psoriasis Foundation Tissue Bank is established to study the genetic basis of psoriasis.

  • 1994

    NPF awards its first research grant for psoriatic arthritis.

  • 1995

    NPF begins serving people with psoriatic arthritis.

  • 1998

    NPF researcher Christopher Ritchlin analyzes cytokines found in joint tissue of people with psoriatic arthritis, identifying key differences between psoriatic arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

  • 2000

    NPF researcher Alice Gottlieb and colleagues are the first team to successfully treat a patient for psoriasis using an anti-tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-a) antibody.

  • 2001

    NPF researcher Gerald Krueger and colleagues publish clinical trial results on alefacept, which would become an early biologic treatment for psoriasis.

  • 2002

    Etanercept (Enbrel) is the first biologic approved by the FDA to treat psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2003

    NPF researchers Anne Bowcock, Alan Menter and colleagues publish multiple studies identifying genetic causes of psoriasis.

  • 2003

    NPF researchers Gerald Krueger and Kristina Callis Duffin launch the Utah Psoriasis Initiative, supported by NPF funding.

  • 2003

    NPF researchers Alice Gottlieb and Gerald Krueger, NPF medical board chair emeritus, and colleagues publish clinical trial results on Enbrel as a treatment for psoriasis.

  • 2003

    Amevive (alefacept) and Raptiva (efalizumab) become the first biologic treatments approved for psoriasis.

  • 2004

    Researchers discover new information about the role of interleukin-23 in psoriasis. Il-23 is a protein involved in inflammatory immune responses.

  • 2004

    NPF researchers Alice Gottlieb and Alan Menter and colleagues publish clinical trial results on infliximab as a treatment for psoriasis. Infliximab would become Remicade.

  • 2004

    Enbrel is approved for the treatment of psoriasis.

  • 2005

    NPF researchers Dafna Gladman, Chris Ritchlin and colleagues publish clinical trial results for adalimumab (Humira) as a treatment for psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2005

    NPF researcher Gerald Krueger, medical board chair emeritus, and colleagues publish clinical trial results on infliximab (Remicade) as a treatment for psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2005

    Humira is approved for treatment of psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2005

    NPF researchers Dafna Gladman, Gerald Krueger and colleagues publish results on infliximab (Remicade), a biologic treatment for psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2005

    Remicade is approved for psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2005

    NPF holds its first annual Capitol Hill Day, bringing advocates to speak with Congress about psoriatic diseases.

  • 2006

    NPF researcher Joel Gelfand and colleagues identify an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and heart attacks in people with psoriatic disease.

  • 2006

    Remicade (infliximab) is approved for treatment of psoriasis.

  • 2007

    NPF researcher NPF researcher Alan Menter and colleagues publishes clinical trial results on adalimumab as a treatment for psoriasis.

  • 2007

    NPF researcher Hyon Choi publishes the first of a series of studies uncovering comorbidities and risk factors for psoriatic disease.

  • 2008

    NPF researchers Anne Bowcock, Alan Menter, Wilson Liao and colleagues identify new genetic links to psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2008

    NPF researchers and medical board chair emeriti Gerald Krueger and Mark Lebwohl and colleagues publish results from a clinical trial on ustekinumab. Ustekinumab would become Stelara.

  • 2008

    NPF researchers Allen Bruce, Johann Gudjonsson and James T. Elder and colleagues identify the role of interleukin 17 (IL-17) in psoriasis. Several promising treatments for psoriatic disease that target IL-17 are currently in development.

  • 2008

    Humira is approved for treatment of psoriasis.

  • 2008

    Aetna improves its insurance plan for people with psoriasis based on recommendations from the NPF.

  • 2009

    Grammy Award-winning artist LeAnn Rimes travels with the NPF to Capitol Hill to share her psoriasis story with Congress.

  • 2009

    A team including NPF researchers Dafna Gladman and Gerald Krueger publish clinical trial results on golimumab. Golimumab would become Simponi, a biologic treatment for psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2009

    Simponi is approved for the treatment of psoriatic arthritis

  • 2009

    Congress approves $1.5 million for the first-ever psoriasis data collection at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

  • 2009

    Stelara is approved for psoriasis.

  • 2010

    NPF researchers Nehal Mehta, Joel Gelfand and colleagues discover that psoriasis increases a person’s risk of death from cardiovascular disease.

  • 2010

    NPF researcher James T. Elder receives the first set of DNA samples from the Victor Henschel BioBank to study genetic causes of psoriatic disease.

  • 2011

    NPF researcher Francesca Capon and colleagues identifies gene mutations associated with pustular psoriasis.

  • 2011

    Capital Blue Cross improves its insurance plan for people with psoriasis based on recommendations from the NPF.

  • 2012

    NPF researcher Nicole Ward and colleagues discover how psoriasis leads to cardiovascular disease.

  • 2012

    NPF researchers publish the first study using material from the Victor Henschel BioBank, identifying the first gene directly linked to psoriasis. They discover that mutations in this gene, known as CARD14, can be activated by an environmental trigger.

  • 2012

    NPF researcher Alexis Ogdie and colleagues use microscopy techniques to analyze joint tissue in people with psoriatic arthritis, discovering important characteristics of the disease such as vascular changes.

  • 2012

    NPF researcher Chuanju Liu discovered anti-inflammatory properties in a molecule called progranulin, and developed a drug based on this molecule called Atsttrin. He plans to test the drug in several autoimmune diseases, including psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2013

    NPF researchers Alice Gottlieb, Chris Ritchlin and colleagues publish clinical trial results on ustekinumab as a treatment for psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2013

    Stelara is approved for treatment of psoriatic arthritis.

  • 2013

    The CDC develops the first-ever public health agenda for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis after multi-year advocacy effort by the National Psoriasis Foundation.

  • 2014

    NPF researcher Lorena Riol-Blanco and colleagues discover the role of the nervous system in triggering psoriasis inflammation.

  • 2014

    NPF researcher Dafna Gladman and colleagues publish a study of apremilast as a treatment for psoriatic arthritis. Apremilast would go on to become Otezla, an oral medication for psoriatic arthritis and psoriasis.

  • 2014

    Otezla is approved for the treatment of psoriatic arthritis and psoriasis.

  • 2014

    NPF awards more than $1 million in research grants to 13 scientists and $650,000 in fellowships to 13 early-career physicians.

Treasurer's Letter

We are deeply grateful to you, our donors, whose support enables us to continually renew and expand our commitment to the mission to find a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2014 we received revenue of $9.4 million in gifts, pledges and other support.

We remain focused on finding a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. During the fiscal year we awarded seven new research grants and continued the funding on second-year translational grants for a combined total of $1,150,000; in addition we funded 13 Medical Dermatology Fellowships totaling $650,000. We continue to build the BioBank to further the study of psoriasis genetics.

During this fiscal year we committed over $7.3 million, or 81 cents of every dollar spent, to programs which advance the mission of the Foundation. The NPF is fiscally sound with $7.7 million in assets.

We are a member of the National Health Council, which requires that all members meet their standards for good operating practices. The standards require that member agencies maintain the highest standards of organizational effectiveness and public stewardship. We are proud of our efforts toward the accomplishment of our mission this year, and we remain dedicated to our role as stewards of the funds entrusted to us.

Thank you for your generosity.


Chip Newton

Volunteer Board of Directors

Krista Kellogg
Chair, Board of Trustees

Colby Evans, M.D.
Austin, Texas

Pete Redding
Reno, Nev. and Phoenix

Terri Theisen

Ray (Chip) Newton
St. Petersburg, Fla.

Steve Bishkoff
Oakhurst, N.J.

Kathleen Gallant
McMurray, Pa.

Ron Grau
Boca Raton, Fla.

Holly Fields Krafsur
El Paso, Texas

Sarah Kurts, P.A.-C.

Michael Laub
New York

Carol Ostrow
New York

Abby Van Voorhees, M.D.

ex officio:

Daniel E. Farrington
Immediate Past Chair
Bethesda, Md.

Volunteer Medical Board

Abby Van Voorhees, M.D.
University of Pennsylvania

April Armstrong, M.D., M.P.H.
University of Colorado, Denver

Jerry Bagel, M.D.
Psoriasis Treatment Center of Central New Jersey
East Windsor, N.J.

Erin Boh, M.D., Ph.D.
Tulane University School of Medicine
New Orleans

Kristina Callis Duffin, M.D.
University of Utah
Salt Lake City

Jeffrey Crowley, M.D.
University of California,
Los Angeles
Los Angeles

Elaine Husni, M.D., M.P.H.
Cleveland Clinic

Arthur Kavanaugh, M.D.
University of California,
San Diego
La Jolla, Calif.

John Y.M. Koo, M.D.
University of California,
San Francisco
San Francisco

Gerald G. Krueger, M.D.
Chairman Emeritus
University of Utah Medical School
Salt Lake City

Arthur Mandelin, M.D.
Northwestern University

Nehal Mehta, M.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Joseph Merola, M.D.
Brigham and Women's Hospital

Ronald Prussick, M.D., F.R.C.P.
George Washington University
Bethesda, Md.

Abrar Qureshi, M.D., M.P.H.
Harvard Medical School

Kara Shah, M.D.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Linda Stein Gold, M.D.
Henry Ford Hospital
West Bloomfield, Mich.

Jeffery Weinberg, M.D.
Columbia University
College of Physicians and Surgeons
New York

Jashin Wu, M.D.
Kaiser Permanente
Los Angeles Medical Center
Los Angeles

Paul S. Yamauchi, M.D., Ph.D.
David Geffen School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles
Santa Monica, Calif.

FY2014 Contributions From Generous Supporters

Lifetime Contributions

To date

$1.5 million +

  • Edward A & Catherine Lonick Foundation

$1 to $1.49 million

  • Neal & Barbara Herschel Foundation

$850,000 to $999,999

  • Mike & Carol Laub

Beverly Foster Halprin Society

Named to honor the founder of the National Psoriasis Foundation

$75,000 to $99,999

  • Michael Graff and Carol Ostrow
  • A. Marilyn Sime, Ph.D., R.N.

$50,000 to $74,999

  • Anonymous
  • Michael and Carol Laub
  • Dale and Karen White

Richard Coffman Circle

Named to honor the first chairman of the Board of Trustees

$25,000 to $49,999

  • Neal and Barbara Henschel and Family
  • The Edward A. & Catherine L. Lozick Foundation

Multi-Year Pledges

Supporters with ongoing commitments

$250,000 to $499,999

  • Edward Lewis and Achara Pinpanna

$25,000 to $49,999

  • Randy Beranek
  • Neal and Barbara Henschel and Family

$10,000 to $24,999

  • Daniel and Rebecca Farrington
  • Bill and Alicia Cardamon
  • Krista Kellogg
  • Catie Coman


$10,000 to $24,999

  • Virginia and Andrew Adelson
  • Beiersdorf
  • Catie Coman and Scot Robinson
  • Daavlin
  • Robert and Lauren Fales
  • Jodi and Bill Felton
  • Donald and Lesley Grilli
  • Virginia Morris Kincaid Charitable Trust
  • Mark G. Lebwohl, M.D.
  • Craig L. Leonardi, M.D.
  • Chip Newton and Liz Smith
  • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oberlender
  • Perkins-Prothro Foundation
  • Florence Petrlik
  • Mindy and Jesse Rogers
  • Alan and Bari Shaffran
  • Marianne and Roger Staubach
  • Terri Theisen
  • Warburg Pincus Foundation
  • Lacy H. Williams, M.D.
  • Seth and Deb Wohlberg
  • Carol A. Yermal
  • Laura Zaimi


$5,000 to $9,999

  • Allergan
  • The Alperts
  • Mrs. Marcia A. Beck
  • Randy Beranek
  • Travis Bird
  • Arlene D. Bitmansour, Ph.D.
  • Erin E. Boh, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Stan Burnstein.
  • Russell, Judith, Cecily and Edward Carson
  • Jennifer Clay Cather, M.D.
  • Creative Marketing Alliance
  • Cushman Family Fund
  • Bridget de Bruyn
  • Mrs. Kim Di Padova
  • Gary and Sheri Dixon
  • Colby C. Evans, M.D.
  • The Roy Gene & Pamela Evans Foundation
  • Fahringer Foundation
  • Fisher Brothers Foundation Inc.
  • Hamilton Dermatology
  • Jeff and Lisa Henschel Family Foundation
  • John Kennedy
  • Kirkland & Ellis Foundation
  • John Y. M. Koo, M.D.
  • Gerald G. Krueger, M.D.
  • Sara Lee and Barry Larner
  • Chad Latimer
  • Marc Leder
  • Walter M. Levy & Lester A. Levy Jr.
  • Wilson J. Liao, M.D.
  • Mark and Celine Lillie
  • Craig Y. Luecht
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • D. Scott Miller, M.D.
  • Angela Yen Moore, M.D.
  • Mark Oberman and Judith Eisenberg
  • Vimal Patel
  • Qualcomm Incorporated
  • Ranbaxy
  • Peter and Lorelei Redding
  • The Rosewood Corporation
  • Marc & Carolyn Rowan Family Foundation
  • The San Diego Foundation
  • Sanford P. & Irene Burnstein Foundation
  • Richard and Ellen Seiden
  • James S. Simpson
  • Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants
  • Stanford University
  • Elizabeth and William Struve
  • Jere W. Thompson
  • Eugene J. Van Scott, M.D.
  • Victory Van Lines, Inc.
  • The Walton Family Foundatoin
  • Michael and Melissa Weinbaum & The Attilio & Beverly Petrocelli Foundation
  • Fred and Joan Weisman
  • Mark and Blanche Wine


$1,000 to $4,999

  • Acorn Hill Foundation Inc.
  • Sara and David Adelizzi
  • Adobe Systems
  • Incorporated
  • Peter and Eva Agoston
  • Joel Allison
  • Laila Almeida, M.D.
  • Dr. Fouad Amer
  • American Century Investments
  • American International Group
  • Amgen Foundation
  • Dr. David W. Andrews
  • Azam Anwar, M.D.
  • AQUA Pharmaceuticals
  • Marc Arginteanu, M.D. and Ronit Arginteanu
  • April W. Armstrong, M.D.
  • Array Skin Therapy
  • Arthritis Foundation Northeastern New York Chapter
  • Kyle Arvizu
  • Ardis Ashton
  • Mrs. Barbara D. Aves
  • Louis and Susan Axelrod
  • B. Square Enterprises Inc.
  • Herve Bachelez
  • Jerry Bagel, M.D.
  • Tom and Ellen Barton
  • Bellaire Dermatology Associates
  • Manpreet Bhullar
  • Jeffrey Biegelsen
  • The Biegelsen Foundation, Inc.
  • Charles Birbara, M.D.
  • Steven and Tracy Bishkoff
  • Milan Bist
  • Andy and Molly Blauvelt
  • Boehringer Ingelheim USA
  • Corporation
  • Richard K. Bowman
  • BPM Northwest, Inc.
  • David H. Brockway
  • Marian C. Burke
  • Charles Camisa, M.D.
  • Bill and Alicia Cardamon
  • Corey M. Cardine
  • Paul and LaRue Carter
  • Michael and Carey
  • Cavaliere
  • Center for Dermatology & Laser Surgery
  • Brad and Judy Chase Chase Family Philanthropic Fund
  • Lawrence C. Cheung, M.D.
  • Michael Cisewski
  • Mrs. Mary R. Clarbour
  • Clay Cockerell, M.D.
  • Peter Coggan
  • Matthew Cohen
  • Patricia and Irwin Cohen
  • Charles E. Cole
  • Carole Cole
  • Cole Family Charitable Foundation
  • James M. Collins Foundation
  • Collins Fisher Foundation
  • The James Cook Family
  • Raymond L. Cornelison, Jr., M.D.
  • Rosanne Covy
  • Mrs. Barbara S. Cox
  • Jane A. Crow
  • Dallas Security Traders Association
  • Ronn and Nicole Davids
  • Kenneth Dawes, M.D.
  • Dr. Robert and Mrs. Flora Day
  • Philip de Bruyn
  • Deara Charities
  • Michael Del Priore
  • James Q. Del Rosso, D.O.
  • Dermalogix Partners, Inc.
  • Dermatology & Aesthetics of Wicker Park Dermatology Associates, PC
  • Dermatology Nurses Association
  • Dermatology Research Center, Inc.
  • Dermatology Specialists, Inc.
  • Janet Dinsmore
  • Paul Dodwell
  • Courtney Dolan
  • Peter D'Orsi
  • Donald J. Doyle
  • John Duffey
  • Sharon L. Eberle
  • Egg Strategy, Inc.
  • Lawrence Eichenfield, M.D.
  • Encore Dermatology
  • Chase Evans
  • Exion Energy
  • Carrie and Steven Falkner
  • Daniel and Rebecca Farrington
  • Daniel Fay
  • Dr. Steven Feldman and Leora Henkin
  • David and Julie Fields
  • Leo and Barbara Fields
  • Joel Fierman
  • Richard W. Fisher
  • David P. Fivenson, M.D.
  • Mark and Tara Flint
  • Theodore A. Floor
  • Foley & Lardner LLP
  • Form Analysis, LLC
  • Michael Forst
  • Ellen H. Frankel, M.D.
  • Mark Frenkel
  • Scott Fretzin, M.D.
  • Mrs. Ann C. Gaydos
  • GE Foundation
  • Leonard Genet
  • Dawn M. Giobbie
  • Michael H. Gold, M.D.
  • Gold & Rosenblatt, LLC
  • Henry L. Goldberg, Esq.
  • Alice Bendix Gottlieb, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Jo Goyne
  • Ronald Grau
  • Lawrence Green, M.D. and Allison Green
  • Mark and Mike Greenhill
  • Grimaldi's Coal Brick- Oven Pizzeria, Inc
  • Nancy E. Gross
  • Ram P. Gupta
  • Gwinnett Dermatology, P.C.
  • Wallace Hall
  • Tiffani K. Hamilton, M.D.
  • Judie and Daragh
  • Heitzman, M.D.
  • Helen of Troy L.P.
  • Lisa Hemmer
  • David R. Hensley, M.D.
  • Tami and John Herlocker
  • Margaret Hiler
  • Gregory L. Hoban
  • Lori-Ann and Brian Holbrook
  • Robert Holland
  • Steve Sanders and Leslie Holsinger, Ph.D.
  • Home Box Office, Inc.
  • Jim and Peggy Hudson
  • Alvin Ikeda
  • International Psoriasis Council
  • Ernest Isenstadt
  • Ronen Israel
  • J. Mark Jackson, M.D.
  • Jeffrey S. Jacob
  • Michael and Barbie John
  • Eric and Francie Johnson
  • Michael and Karen Joseph
  • Michael J. Jungen
  • Robert E. Kalb, M.D.
  • Judy and Stanley Katz
  • Susan E. Katz, M.D.
  • The Katz Family Foundation
  • Stephen K. Keat
  • Mrs. Jacquelyn C. Keaveney
  • Brian Keller
  • Krista Kellogg
  • Clarissa Kelly
  • Parker Kemp
  • Sokom Khem
  • Alexandra B. Kimball, M.D., M.P.H.
  • Kindchem Product
  • Development LLC
  • Layton E. King, Jr.
  • Leon Kircik, M.D.
  • J.W. & Mildred A. Kisling
  • Charitable Foundation
  • Kohl's
  • Neil Korman, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Krafsur Family
  • Michael Kraley
  • Rebecca Kraley Putter
  • William A. Kramer
  • Candace Krause
  • James M. Krell, M.D.
  • William J. Kucharski
  • Sarah A. Kurts, PA-C
  • Priscilla and Richard Kurz
  • “Lab Rat”
  • Sherri and David Lachance
  • Kathleen M. LaCroix
  • Richard W. Langlois
  • Craig and Sharon Larson
  • Andrew and Lori Laub
  • Patricia C. Lee, M.D.
  • Mei Liao
  • The Liebowitz Foundation
  • Leo Liebowitz
  • James W. Liston
  • Benjamin Lockshin, M.D.
  • Mark W. Loveall
  • Nicholas J. Lowe, M.D.
  • Patricia and Daniel Luck
  • Randy Luongo
  • Thomas G. MacCracken
  • Farah K. Malick, M.D.
  • Benjamin Marks, M.D.
  • Alan M. May
  • Ed and Lois McCluskey Foundation
  • Penny E. McConnell
  • Mark A. McCune, M.D.
  • Thomas E. McDonough
  • Robert and Valerie McLean
  • Brian and Leticia McMaster
  • McMaster Family Foundation
  • Medtronic Foundation
  • Stephanie Mehlis, M.D.
  • Mrs. Gillian Menter
  • Joseph F. Merola, M.D.,
  • FAAD
  • Andrew and Anne Miller
  • Terry J. Miller
  • Todd Miller
  • Richard A. Miller, D.O.
  • Mrs. Sandra E. Mintz
  • Scott Morgan
  • Warwick L. Morison, M.D.
  • Dan Mosedale
  • Network For Good
  • Farhad Niroomand, M.D., P.A.
  • Cinda and George Nordgren
  • Edith J. Oberman
  • John O'Brien
  • Martin M. Okun, M.D.
  • Opus Solutions, LLC Oregon Medical Research Center, P.C.
  • Pacific Marketing & Publishing
  • William R. Padnos
  • Palo Alto Medical Foundation
  • Robert J. Pariser, M.D.
  • Michael D. Parker
  • Henry and Sandi Peterson
  • Physician Laboratories Inc
  • Stephanie and Randolph Pierce
  • PNC Wealth Management
  • Nancy Podoswa, M.D.
  • Paul R. Pomerantz
  • Prestigio Ltd
  • Ronald B. Prussick, M.D.
  • Bruce and Mary Rabiner
  • Janice L. Ramberg
  • Jane Ramos
  • Dr. Michael Ramsay
  • Nancy J. Rayhorn
  • Mike and Hulda Refermat
  • Research Across America
  • Barry I. Resnik, M.D.
  • Phoebe Rich, M.D.
  • Valerie Richards, Ph.D.
  • Richards & Richards, LLP
  • Terry Riley
  • Christopher Ritchlin, M.D.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Rives
  • Robert J. Hiler Family Foundation
  • Andrew D. Robertson, Ph.D. & Sue M. Travis, Ph.D.
  • Douglas N. Robins, M.D.
  • The Rockefeller University
  • Rogerio F. Rojas
  • Marc A. Rollo
  • Mauri Rosenthal
  • Matthew Ross
  • RX Biotech Specialty Pharmacy, Inc.
  • Beata L. Rydzik, M.D.
  • Neil Sadick, M.D.
  • Sadick Dermatology
  • Kenneth Salyer
  • Marc and Frances Samit
  • Bryan Sands, D.O.
  • Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., LLC
  • Satellite Digital
  • Teleproductions
  • Sidney and Elizabeth Savelle
  • Michael A. Scannon, M.D.
  • Trevor G. Schneider
  • Pamela B. Schultz
  • Charles Scoville
  • Mr. and Mrs. George H. Scragg, Jr.
  • Self Care Catalysts Inc.
  • Sue and Robert Shoenberg
  • Anne K. Silver
  • Robert A. Snyder, M.D.
  • Jeffrey M. Sobell, M.D.
  • Jennifer Soung, M.D.
  • Spira Footwear, Inc.
  • St George's Episcopal Community
  • Ginger Stafford
  • Tracy F. Stein
  • Sheldon and Barbara Stein
  • Arnold M. Stokol, O.D.
  • Stout Industries Charitable Foundation
  • Jack and Alice Styza
  • Robert and Carol
  • Summers
  • Survey Monkey
  • Sussman Shank, LLP
  • Melinda Tan
  • Amy Forman Taub, M.D.
  • Bonifacio L. Tejedor
  • Temple University Health System
  • Therapeutics Clinical
  • Research
  • Kathryn B. Thompson
  • Miss Christina W. Tom
  • Dorothy Torbert
  • Carl Tostevin
  • Cheryl J. Tracey
  • Trinity Medical Pharmacy
  • Toni and James Turner
  • Stephen K. Tyring, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Univ. of California at Irvine
  • University of California San Francisco
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • US Bank
  • T. Keith Vaughan, M.D.
  • VMware, Inc.
  • Tart-Wald Foundation
  • Stephen G. Waldis
  • Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy
  • Wallack Mgmt. Co., Inc.
  • Mrs. Diana Waring
  • Nancy Warren
  • Washington State Dermatology Association
  • Susanne Watkins
  • Mary Watson Stone and Wally Stone
  • Jeffrey M. Weinberg, M.D.
  • Melvyn and Nettie Weiner
  • Kathleen M. Welsh, M.D.
  • Roger K. West
  • Harry M. Wheeler
  • Dr. David Whiting
  • William and Barbara Whittaker
  • Dr. Paul Williams
  • John S. Wilson
  • Carol L. Windham
  • Windsor Dermatology
  • Daniel David Witheiler, M.D.
  • Dr. Fuk Chun Alan Wong
  • Edward Wright
  • Jashin J. Wu, M.D.
  • Paul S. Yamauchi, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Joseph and Sylvia Yasgur
  • Todd S. Young
  • Evelyn Zafran
  • Joseph J. Zaladonis, Jr., M.D.
  • Michael Zanolli, M.D.
  • Rolland F. Zeck


Remembering those whose estate gifts were received in fiscal 2014.

  • Milton J. Brock, Jr.
  • Ferdinand Caiocca
  • Benjamin Isenberg
  • Alice and Robert Jones
  • Joseph R. Ladd
  • Suzanne L. Lewin
  • Anonymous
  • Victoria and Thomas Maguda
  • Rebecca and John McCann
  • Henry Murphy
  • Bernice C. Pirro

Legacy Society

Members who have named the National Psoriasis Foundation as beneficiary in their will, trust, insurance policy, retirement fund, charitable gift annuity or other estate plans.

  • Anonymous (13)
  • Sandra Allison
  • Jack and Patricia Allweiss
  • The Alperts
  • Dot Aumann
  • Elsa Aybar
  • Corky Balzac
  • Kathi Barber, in memory of Tim Barber
  • Cathleen A. Becker
  • George and Mary Bell
  • James P. Bennett, Ph.D.
  • Jeffrey B. Berman
  • Richard I. Besser
  • Frank M. Beveridge
  • Mary Kay Boylan
  • Robert L. Brooks
  • Richard Brotherston
  • LaVerne Beall Burhans
  • Mary Beth Burrows
  • Bill Cardamon
  • Laurie Anne Carlson
  • James Carolan
  • Howard and Lori Chang
  • Helene and Jerry Cotter
  • Enid L. Crook
  • Robert L. Crooks and Sami J. Tucker
  • Paul Dodwell
  • Lucille Doree
  • Miss Karen M. Durbak
  • Jackie Eber
  • Richard L. Elmendorf
  • Daniel and Rebecca Farrington
  • Michael C. Finn, M.D.
  • Bruce and Susan Foat
  • Ruth I. Foerster
  • Carole and Marvin Frankel
  • Avette L. Gaiser
  • Kathleen L. Gallant
  • Robert and Cynthia Galletly
  • Rich W. Good
  • Donald and Lesley Grilli
  • Dr. Jerald and Mrs. Roberta Grotstein
  • Bill and Mary Ann Grove, Jr.
  • Louise K. Hawke
  • Mary Beth Hedrick
  • Carol W. Henshaw
  • Jim Hergert
  • Lynn Hodges
  • Amy J. Holstein, D.V.M.
  • Charles H. Jacobs
  • Betty Johnson
  • David W. Kapor
  • Diane and John Kazibut
  • Mara Kelly
  • Eric W. Kimble
  • William and Frances Klein
  • Sara Lee and Barry Larner
  • Brian J. Larson
  • Patricia A. Laurie
  • Edward Lewis and Achara Pinpanna
  • Mark and Celine Lillie
  • Carl Wayne Littlejohn
  • Scott S. Lochridge
  • Kerry K. Lohr
  • Charles Campbell Magee
  • Mark and Jaclyn Marinovich
  • Craig and Irene McCall
  • Sharon E. McCrae
  • Glennis McNeal
  • Ken Meersand
  • Linda V. Miller
  • Diane E. Moore
  • Marcy and Ronald Morris
  • Mary L. Mullarkey
  • Chip Newton and Liz Smith
  • Robert J. Osterman
  • Ed and Laura Owens
  • Diane N. Paul
  • Harold and Harriet Phillips
  • Eileen Prouty
  • Diane Robinson
  • Sherri A. Rosen
  • Marie D. Roser
  • Irvin J. Roth
  • Barbara Sanders
  • Pamela B. Schultz
  • Raymond Schwartz
  • Michael F. Score
  • Harold and Edna Seemann
  • Richard and Ellen Seiden
  • A. Marilyn Sime, Ph.D., R.N.
  • Timothy Jay Smith
  • Martha W. Snuffer
  • Dr. Judith A. Snyder
  • Lisa Spiekermann
  • Steven Brad Stacey
  • Nell V. Steele
  • Jo Ann Steggerda
  • Brenda M. Tolley
  • Clivia Torres-Lacend
  • Cheryl K. Turay
  • Ruby B. Van Rooyen
  • Kenneth and Mary J. Voertman
  • Jana R. Wessels
  • Roger K. West
  • Margaret J. Whittle
  • Kevin Timothy Wilson
  • Martha Wood
  • Robert P. Woodward
  • Charles and Marsha Woolley
  • Gloria Wren
  • Edward Wright
  • Evelyn Zafran
  • Susan K. Zeller
  • Gail Zimmerman and Nils Nilsson

President's Council

Medical professionals who demonstrate their commitment to patients through generous membership contributions.

  • Elizabeth A. Abel, M.D.
  • William Abramovits, M.D.
  • Donald J. Adler, D.O.
  • Andrew F. Alexis, M.D., M.P.H.
  • Laila Almeida, M.D.
  • Kenneth S. Alpern, M.D.
  • David J. Altman, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Lawrence L. Anderson, M.D.
  • Nancy J. Anderson, M.D.
  • Humberto C. Antunes
  • Frank Armstrong, D.O.
  • April W. Armstrong, M.D.
  • Jerry Bagel, M.D.
  • Diane R. Baker, M.D.
  • Rodney S.W. Basler, M.D.
  • Eric W. Baum, M.D.
  • Vincent Peter Beltrani, Jr., M.D.
  • Brian Berman, M.D., Ph.D.
  • J. Raymond Bernat, M.D.
  • Michael Bernhardt, M.D.
  • Neal Bhatia, M.D.
  • Joseph B. Bikowski, M.D.
  • Charles Birbara, M.D.
  • Andrew Blauvelt, M.D., M.B.A.
  • David Blum, M.D.
  • Erin E. Boh, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Mary Ruth Buchness, M.D.
  • Michael Bukhalo, M.D.
  • Jeffrey P. Callen, M.D.
  • Kristina Callis Duffin, M.D.
  • Charles Camisa, M.D.
  • Patrick Carney, M.D.
  • Daniel Carrasco, M.D.
  • Tamella B. Cassis, M.D.
  • Jennifer Clay Cather, M.D.
  • Robert L. Chappell, M.D.
  • May J. Chow, M.D.
  • David Clemons, M.D.
  • Missy M. Clifton, M.D.
  • Russell W. Cohen, M.D.
  • Steven R. Cohen, M.D., M.P.H.
  • Kevin D. Cooper, M.D.
  • Raymond L. Cornelison, Jr., M.D.
  • David J. Coynik, M.D.
  • Jeffrey J. Crowley, M.D.
  • Theodore Daly, M.D.
  • Kenneth Dawes, M.D.
  • Robert M. Day, Ph.D.
  • James Q. Del Rosso, D.O.
  • N. Fred Eaglstein, D.O.
  • Joseph S. Eastern, M.D.
  • Lawrence Eichenfield, M.D.
  • Craig A. Elmets, M.D.
  • Michelle Endicott, D.O.
  • John A. Erianne, M.D.
  • Colby C. Evans, M.D.
  • Lydia Evans, M.D.
  • John H. Exner, M.D.
  • Steven R. Feldman, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Neil A. Fenske, M.D.
  • Adolfo Fernandez-Obregon, M.D.
  • David Fiorentino, M.D., Ph.D.
  • David Fivenson, M.D.
  • Mona Foad, M.D.
  • Michael Ford, M.D.
  • Joseph Francis Fowler, Jr., M.D.
  • Ellen H. Frankel, M.D.
  • Steven A. Franks, M.D.
  • Scott Fretzin, M.D.
  • Glenn H. Fuchs, M.D.
  • Honor Fullerton Stone, M.D.
  • Loren Scott Funt, M.D.
  • Bernard A. Gasch, M.D.
  • Paul Getz, M.D.
  • Brad P. Glick, D.O.
  • Bernard S. Goffe, M.D.
  • Michael H. Gold, M.D.
  • David J. Goldberg, M.D.
  • Michael T. Goldfarb, M.D.
  • Harry M. Goldin, M.D.
  • Roger S. Golomb, M.D.
  • Kenneth B. Gordon, M.D.
  • Alice Bendix Gottlieb, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Jennifer W. Gould, M.D.
  • Richard D. Granstein, M.D.
  • Lawrence J. Green, M.D.
  • Joseph Greenberg, M.D.
  • Robert G. Greenberg, M.D.
  • Harry L. Greenberg, M.D.
  • Scott T. Guenthner, M.D.
  • Cynthia Guzzo, M.D.
  • Charles L. G. Halasz, M.D.
  • Tiffani K. Hamilton, M.D.
  • John G. Hancox, M.D.
  • Aubrey Chad Hartmann, M.D.
  • Mara A. Haseltine, M.D.
  • Sarah A. Haydel, M.D.
  • Stephen E. Helms, M.D.
  • David R. Hensley, M.D.
  • Warren R. Heymann, M.D.
  • Julie A. Hodge, M.D.
  • Deirdre Hooper, M.D.
  • Luciann L. Hruza, M.D.
  • Charles Hudson, M.D.
  • Davide Iacobelli, M.D.
  • Francis W. Iacobellis, M.D.
  • Sarah C. Jackson, M.D.
  • J. Mark Jackson, M.D.
  • Robert L. Jackson, M.D.
  • Peter J. Jenkin, M.D.
  • Joseph L. Jorizzo, M.D.
  • Robert E. Kalb, M.D.
  • Susan E. Katz, M.D.
  • Leon Kircik, M.D.
  • John Y. M. Koo, M.D.
  • Neil Korman, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Craig A. Kraffert, M.D.
  • Cheryl Kramer
  • James M. Krell, M.D.
  • Indira Rao Krishnarao, M.D.
  • Gerald G. Krueger, M.D.
  • William V. Krug, M.D.
  • Sarah A. Kurts, PA-C
  • Michael A. Kurzman, M.D.
  • Richard Langley, M.D.
  • Stanton S. Lebouitz, M.D.
  • Mark G. Lebwohl, M.D.
  • Patricia C. Lee, M.D.
  • Craig L. Leonardi, M.D.
  • Jacob Levitt, M.D.
  • Wilson J. Liao, M.D.
  • Clive M. Liu, M.D.
  • Benjamin Lockshin, M.D.
  • Frederick A. Lupton III, M.D.
  • Farah K. Malick, M.D.
  • Eugene Mandrea, M.D.
  • Linda Susan Marcus, M.D.
  • Benjamin Marks, M.D.
  • Robert T. Matheson, M.D.
  • Elizabeth I. McBurney, M.D.
  • Thomas S. McCormick, Ph.D.
  • Mark A. McCune, M.D.
  • Patrick S.J. McElgunn, M.D.
  • Philip J. Mease, M.D.
  • Stephanie Mehlis, M.D.
  • Alan M. Menter, M.D.
  • Joseph F. Merola, M.D., FAAD
  • Jami Lyn Miller, M.D.
  • Richard A. Miller, D.O.
  • William S. Mirando, M.D.
  • Andrew Mitchell, M.D.
  • Craig Mohney, M.D.
  • Angela Yen Moore, M.D.
  • Warwick L. Morison, M.D.
  • The Mount Sinai School of Medicine Department of Dermatology
  • George J. Murakawa, M.D., Ph.D.
  • John C. Murray, M.D.
  • NeoStrata Company, Inc
  • Mark S. Nestor, M.D., Ph.D.
  • David S. Nieves, M.D.
  • Robert A. Norman, D.O., M.P.H.
  • Martin M. Okun, M.D.
  • Amy S. Paller, M.D.
  • Robert J. Pariser, M.D.
  • Jeffrey D. Pittis, M.D.
  • Justin Platzer, M.D.
  • Jeffrey C. Poole, M.D.
  • Robert B. Posnick, M.D.
  • Steven A. Proper, M.D., M.P.H.
  • Ronald B. Prussick, M.D.
  • Abrar A. Qureshi, M.D.
  • John Karl Randall, M.D.
  • Oliver M. Reed, M.D.
  • Kathleen Remlinger, M.D.
  • Phoebe Rich, M.D.
  • Jennifer M. Ridge, M.D.
  • Darrell S. Rigel, M.D.
  • Christopher Ritchlin, M.D.
  • Douglas N. Robins, M.D.
  • Susan S. Roper, M.D.
  • Marti J. Rothe, M.D.
  • Beata L. Rydzik, M.D.
  • Neil Sadick, M.D.
  • Hans M. Sander, M.D.
  • Bryan Sands, D.O.
  • Michael A. Scannon, M.D.
  • David C. Semler, M.D.
  • Kerry Shafran, M.D.
  • Kara Shah, M.D.
  • Patrick Shannon, M.D.
  • Jerome L. Shupack, M.D.
  • David N. Silvers, M.D.
  • Robert A. Snyder, M.D.
  • Jeffrey M. Sobell, M.D.
  • Howard L. Sofen, M.D.
  • Jennifer Soung, M.D.
  • Linda Stein Gold, M.D.
  • Lawrence M. Stokar, M.D.
  • Stephen P. Stone, M.D.
  • Timothy Jon Storer, M.D.
  • Bruce E. Strober, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Emil A. Tanghetti, M.D.
  • Artthapol Tanphaichitr, M.D.
  • Amy Forman Taub, M.D.
  • Craig F. Teller, M.D.
  • Ira H. Thorla, Jr., M.D.
  • Cynthia Tie, M.D.
  • Andres Tobon, D.O.
  • Ruth K. Treiber, M.D. & Eric S. Treiber, M.D.
  • James E. Turner, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Stephen K. Tyring, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Eugene J. Van Scott, M.D.
  • Abby S. Van Voorhees, M.D.
  • Panos Vasiloudes, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Allison Vidimos, M.D.
  • K. Dawn Vincent, M.D.
  • Paul Wallace, M.D.
  • Robert R. Walther, M.D.
  • Guy Webster, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Jeffrey M. Weinberg, M.D.
  • Gerald D. Weinstein, M.D.
  • Stefan Weiss, M.D.
  • Jonathan S. Weiss, M.D.
  • Schield M. Wikas, D.O.
  • Johnnie Woodson, M.D.
  • Jashin J. Wu, M.D.
  • Paul S. Yamauchi, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Eva Youshock, M.D.
  • Joseph J. Zaladonis, Jr., M.D.
  • Isaac Zamora, M.D.
  • Michael Zanolli, M.D.

Cure Champions

Cure Champions are leading the charge to find a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis by raising $250 or more for the Walk to Cure Psoriasis.

  • Deanna A
  • Sandy A.
  • April Abernethy
  • Emily Abramenko
  • Michael Abundo
  • Koula Achillea
  • Didi Adelson
  • Rachel Agnew
  • Thomas Agoston
  • Elana Aharonoff
  • Abby Alconcher
  • Robert Amend
  • Abigail Ang
  • Nicholas Armstrong
  • Larry Bahr
  • Brooke Bano
  • Jennifer Batt
  • Michelle Bauman
  • Kelly Belanger
  • Todd Bello
  • Janice Bender
  • Dean Bender
  • Robin Berret
  • Katie Bird
  • Arlene Bitmansour
  • Jeanine Blanc
  • Linda Bock
  • Cristy Boisvert
  • Amelia Bonavia
  • Rick Brezik
  • Marc Brintnall
  • Mary Victoria Brion
  • Sandra Brown
  • Shelley Brown
  • Crystal Bruner
  • Caroline Buckley
  • Matthew Chan
  • Connie Chan KUCERA
  • Ellen Clements
  • Steven Cohen
  • Patricia Colman
  • William Colon
  • Eleri Colon
  • Liam Colon
  • Catie Coman
  • Kelly Cordoro
  • Nickolette Corso
  • Alexis Cortese
  • Diana Cotoroi
  • Stephanie Cousin
  • Joe Covino
  • Lisa Cowan
  • Kathleen Coyle
  • Mary Cyrus
  • Deb DAmico
  • Mona Daniels
  • Allyson DeLorenzo
  • Debra DeLorenzo
  • Clarissa Dempsey
  • Thomas Dempsey
  • Troy DePriest
  • Elliott Derzaph
  • Victoria DiNuzzo-Cornett
  • Mateo Dominguez
  • Vickie Dowling
  • Kat Durick
  • Thomas Dvorak
  • Terri Eggeman
  • Laurel Ehlert
  • Traci Eifert
  • Richard Elmendorf
  • Laurel Engel
  • Beverly Engkabo
  • Dale English
  • Jessica Falconeri
  • Carrie & Hannah Falkner
  • Mike Farrell
  • Shannon Farrell
  • Brenda Fellman
  • Noelia Ferreyra
  • Elana Fine
  • Susan Freeman
  • Natali Galt
  • Desiree Garrido
  • Stephanie Gearhart
  • Jill Gelbspan
  • Joel Gelfand
  • Donald Gheen
  • Mike Goida
  • Dr. Roger Golomb
  • Xiomara Gomez
  • Maria Gonce
  • Yesenia Gonzalez
  • Kavitha Goyal
  • Kate Grabenhorst
  • Ron Grau
  • Colleen Grau
  • Laura Greer
  • Victoria Gruhlke
  • Ali Hadi
  • Deb Hak
  • Jeremy Hall
  • Shea Hanson
  • Arleen Hasegawa
  • Christie Heitmann
  • Zach Hennenfent
  • Sharon Hennessey
  • Andrew Henschel
  • Jennifer Hepler
  • Brayden Hernandez
  • Cathy Hesler
  • Julie Hodge
  • Katherine Hoehn
  • Lori-Ann Holbrook
  • Ana Hom
  • Cara Houser
  • Leah Howard
  • Elynne Hoyt
  • Marc Inutan
  • Ben Isenberg
  • Jeffrey Jacob
  • Steve Jacobson
  • Team Janssen
  • Sue Jaqua
  • Stephanie Jennings
  • Shawn Jennings
  • Erika Joaquim
  • Steve Johnson
  • Haley Johnson
  • Jay Johnson
  • Kieran Joshi
  • Pauline Kalil
  • Jacqueline Kalil
  • Kellie Kaplon
  • Natalie Kash
  • Susan Katz
  • Susan Katz
  • Dr. Susan Katz
  • Micaela Kee
  • Brandon Kee
  • Patrick Keehan
  • Krista Kellogg
  • Noreen Kennedy
  • Cheryl Kestenbaum
  • Liz Kim
  • Charise Kirtright
  • Matthew Kiselica
  • Norman Klein
  • Marci Kling
  • Andrea Korogi
  • Alyssa Krafsur
  • Sarah Kurts
  • Elaine La
  • Brian LaFoy
  • Ann MarieLatella
  • Carol & MikeLaub
  • Danielle LaVilla
  • Robyn Leach
  • Maggie Lears
  • Daniel Levin
  • Ethan Levin
  • Paul Lewis
  • Wilson Liao
  • Sam Lichten
  • Jason & Rachel Lichten
  • Elizabeth Linkous
  • Clive Liu
  • Ben Lockshin
  • Melissa Longwith
  • Madyson Longwith
  • Dorene Lopez
  • Jasmine Lopez
  • Team Amgen Los Angeles
  • Mark Loveall
  • Rachelle Marconnot
  • Cristina Mariano
  • Peter Marinkovich
  • Kathryn Markham
  • Cassi Marston
  • Melanee Martin
  • Karen Martino
  • Melissa Mason
  • Amy McCarthy
  • Daniel McCarthy
  • Patrick McQuillen
  • Matt Mercier
  • Donnamarie Messer
  • Pete Miller
  • Dawn Miller
  • Shirley Moore
  • Frank Morano
  • Carleigh Morba
  • Katie Morse
  • Kat Mulingtapang
  • Julie Murdock
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