Dermatologists can learn from veterinarians, AAD presenter reports August 1, 2017 Dermatologists can learn from veterinarians as they research treatments for pets’ skin conditions and how that could relate to treatments for human conditions, including atopic dermatitis and rosacea, according to a presenter at the American Academy of Dermatology Summer Meeting in New York. “Dermatologists, veterinarians and scientists can learn a lot from one another,” Jennifer Gardner, MD, FAAD, an assistant professor of dermatology at University of Washington in Seattle and a collaborating member at the UW Center for One Health Research, stated in an AAD news release. “When we work together and share our expertise, it can improve the health of humans and animals alike, as well as the health of the environment they share.” Gardner directed a session titled, “Comparative Dermatology: Cases at the Intersection of Human and Veterinary Dermatology and the One Health Paradigm.” ... Please read compete article at: