Journal of Dermatological Research

ISSN: 2413-8223; Frequency: Biannually, Instant published; The first Issue: April, 2016; Full Open Access; Publishing fee

Journal of Dermatological Research publishes papers reporting original clinical and scientific research which are of a high standard and which contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of dermatology.

COLUMNS: (1) Editorial: To introduce and comment on major advances and developments in the field; (2) Topic Highlight: which summarize current knowledge and newly presented information in a particular article - a useful tool for the busy clinician; (3) Review: In depth Clinical Reviews on hot topics in dermatology; (4) Original Article: Original Research at the highest level covering the spectrum of clinical dermatology including the latest clinical studies on emerging developments; (5) Case Report: To report a rare or typical case; (6) Letters to the Editor: To discuss and make reply to the contributions published in JDR, or to introduce and comment on a controversial issue of general interest.

Jianzhong Zhang, Professor and Chairman, Department of Dermatology, Peking University People`s Hospital, BeiJing, China. President of Chinese Society of Dermatology (CSD) and a council member of the Asian Dermatological Association. Vice president, Chinese Dermatologist Association; Vice president, Chinese society of cosmetic and regenerative medicine; Head of atopic dermatitis research group and head of hair disorder research group, CSD, China. More about Editorial Team
Kyoung-Chan Park, Professor, Department of Dermatology, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea. Chairman of Department of Dermatology, Bundang Seoul National University Hospital. From 2008 to 2011, he served aspresident of Asian Society for Pigment Cell Research. His current positions include “President of International Federation of Pigment Cell Societies”; President of Korean Society for Pigment Cell Research; President of Korean Society for Cosmetic Dermatology. More about Editorial Team

Vol 2, No 4 (2017)

Table of Contents


Rough pigmented skin around the upper gluteal cleft —the condition called senile gluteal dermatosis, hyperkeratotic lichenified skin lesion of gluteal region, ano-sacral cutaneous amyloidosis and gluteal skin roughness PDF HTML
Masanori Ban 113-115


Basal cell nevus syndrome: A tale of ancient mummies and cyclopic sheep PDF HTML
Solomon Geizhals, Eve Lowenstein 116-119

ISSN: 2413-8223