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Vitiligo clinical trials at UC Irvine

5 research studies open to eligible people

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  • A 5-year Longitudinal Observational Study of Patients Undergoing Therapy for IMISC

    open to all eligible people

    TARGET-DERM is a 5-year, longitudinal, observational study of adult and pediatric patients being managed for Atopic Dermatitis and other Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Skin Conditions (IMISC) in usual clinical practice. TARGET-DERM will create a research registry of patients with IMISC within academic and community real-world practices in order to assess the safety and effectiveness of current and future therapies.

    Irvine, California and other locations

  • A Study to Evaluate the Mechanism of Action of Ruxolitinib Cream in Subjects With Vitiligo (TRuE-V MOA)

    open to eligible people ages 18 years and up

    The purpose of the study is to evaluate the Mechanism Of Action (MOA) of ruxolitinib cream in vitiligo by assessing the change in biomarkers.

    Irvine, California and other locations

  • Clinical Study to Investigate the Safety and Effectiveness of RECELL for Repigmentation of Stable Vitiligo Lesions

    open to eligible people ages 18 years and up

    This is a Prospective Blinded Within-Subject Randomized Study to evaluate the application of Spray-On Skin™ Cells, prepared using the RECELL® Device for safe and effective repigmentation of ablated stable vitiligo lesions.

    Irvine, California and other locations

  • Evaluating the Efficacy of the Melanocyte Keratinocyte Transplantation Procedure in the Treatment of Vitiligo

    open to eligible people ages 18 years and up

    Vitiligo is a dermatologic disease characterized by depigmentation of the skin. While the loss of melanocytes observed in vitiligo is driven by the immune system, repigmentation of the skin that occurs during UV light treatment is driven by melanocytes that migrate out of the hair follicle and into the epidermis or the activation of stem cells within the epidermis. Unfortunately, some skin areas affected by vitiligo have very few hair follicle melanocytes and an indeterminate number of epidermal melanocytes and therefore unable to respond to light therapy. This pilot study seeks to examine the relative efficacy of different harvesting methods for the melanocyte keratinocyte transplant procedure (MKTP) in the treatment of vitiligo. In addition, this study will analyze the tissue of excess tissue harvested during the procedure to identify distinct cellular and molecular features of chronic vitiligo. Patients in Dr. Ganesan's clinic at the UCI (University of California, Irvine) Department of Dermatology will be approached for participation in the study. The study will include both men and women and will not be limited by race or ethnicity. The investigators will exclude individuals less than 18 years old for the study as the investigators believe it would be difficult for these subjects to tolerate the melanocyte keratinocyte transplant procedure. Participants will be offered a melanocyte keratinocyte transplant procedure with one of the three different tissue harvesting methods (a blade, suction blister) and the method without dissociation (Cellutome). This study has three arms: 1. MKTP with Surgical Blade 2. MKTP with Negative Pressure Instrument (suction blistering device). 3. Suction blister grafting without cell dissociation utilizing Cellutome (a device used for treating chronic burn wounds)

    Irvine, California

  • Evaluation of AMG 714 for Vitiligo

    open to eligible people ages 18-75

    This study is designed to evaluate the efficacy of AMG 714 for the treatment of adult participants with vitiligo.

    Irvine, California and other locations

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