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Research Experience





Drexel Dermatology Center for Transplant Patients



Rates of Posttransplant Cutaneous Disease Differ Between Black and White Solid Organ Transplant Recipients

PI: Christina Lee Chung, MD

Compare differences in rates of dermatologic disease in Black vs White OTRs diagnosed in a specialty medical-surgical transplant dermatology clinic over a 5-year period.

Risk Factors for Cutaneous Malignancy in Nonwhite Organ Transplant Recipients: A Pilot Study

PI: Christina Lee Chung, MD

A pilot study to identify risk factors associated with cutaneous malignancy with p<0.01, with a goal to power a larger multicenter study

Skin Cancer Foundation Grant Project: Skin Cancer in Nonwhite Organ Transplant Recipients: Identifying a High-Risk Population

PI: Christina Lee Chung, MD

Multicenter international retrospective study to identify risk factors for skin cancer in nonwhite organ transplant recipients in an effort to develop appropriate risk assessment and surveillance protocols for this subset of patients.

Prevalence of Cutaneous Disease in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients: A 5-Year Study from a Medical -Surgical Transplant Dermatology Center

PI: Christina Lee Chung, MD

To report the 5-year prevalence of dermatologic conditions diagnosed in a specialty medical-surgical transplant dermatology clinic, and advocate for an interdisciplinary model of transplant dermatology care.

Virus-Associated Cutaneous Disease in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients on Belatacept Immunosuppression

PI: Christina Lee Chung, MD

Describe the rate of viral cutaneous disease in organ transplant recipients maintained on belatacept immunosuppression compared to those on standard calcineurin inhibitor therapy.


Dermatology Branch of the National Cancer Institute (NCI)


National Institute of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD

Research Assistant, PI: Dr. Kenneth Kraemer


Collaborated with dermatologists, a dermatopathologist, a pediatric radiologist and a specialist within the Skeletal Clinical Studies Unit in the Craniofacial and Skeletal Diseases Branch to examine the bone abnormalities associated with Trichothiodystrophy (TTD), a rare autosomal recessive disease characterized by multisystem abnormalities


Georgetown University School of Medicine

Dermatology Department


Medical Student Researcher

Conducted a retrospective chart review to characterize and evaluate the clinical outcomes following Mohs surgery for treatment of digital melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers.