2023 Research Symposium

The Future of Psoriatic Disease: A Cure for All

The annual NPF Research Symposium features presentations on the latest in psoriatic disease and comorbidities research. The 2023 symposium will focus on research efforts aimed at improving health equity in those with psoriatic disease.

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NPF Research Symposium 2023


October 6 - 7, 2023


Capital Hilton - Washington, D.C.

How Do We Create a Future Free of Psoriatic Disease?

The 2023 Research Symposium, The Future of Psoriatic Disease: A Cure for All, aims to broaden the conversation about chronic disease and educate attendees on achieving health equity. This event is chaired by Tina Bhutani, M.D., MAS, and Jose Scher, M.D.

Join us this October in Washington, D.C. for a weekend of:

Education: A forum for leading experts in psoriatic disease research and clinical care to inform on cutting-edge topics. 

Dialogue: Discuss the latest results from ongoing research projects. 

Collaboration: Determine ways to move the field forward while making the best use of NPF resources.

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Recapping the 2021 Research Symposium

The 2021 NPF Research Symposium: Improving Health Outcomes included sections related to clinical, translational, and basic research, as well as guest speakers.

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