In this 37-minute video, Dr. April Armstrong and Dr. Michael Siegel explain Treat to Target from A to Z. They also take questions from the Facebook audience.
Armstrong began practicing dermatology 13 years ago. In addition to her private practice, she holds the following positions:
- Associate Dean of Clinical Research at Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California (USC)
- Director of Clinical Research for the Southern California Clinical and Translational Research Institute
- Vice Chair, Director of Clinical Trials and Outcomes Research and Director of the Psoriasis Program in the Department of Dermatology at USC
Armstrong is a member of NPF’s Medical Board. She was one of the architects of Treat to Target.
Siegel, who hosts the video, is the Vice President of Research Programs at NPF.
We are happy to present this valuable discussion for Psoriasis Action Month!
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