Stanford Pediatric Dermatology

Stanford Pediatric Dermatology Providing the highest quality, nurturing care and education to help kids achieve healthy skin. Clinical studies are available. Please inquire with staff.

From the first cuddle, to playing in the sunshine, to their first prom, it’s important for children to be comfortable and confident in their own skin. That’s why the Pediatric Dermatology team at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is dedicated to providing the highest quality, nurturing care and education to help kids achieve healthy skin. We offer comprehensive services for evaluation and management of disorders in all pediatric age groups, including light-based laser therapy for common and complex skin conditions. Each child is unique and may require a unique combination of treatment methods; therefore, we provide a range of experienced physicians, surgeons and specialists who work together to address each child’s individual needs. Using traditional and innovative approaches, our staff has the experience and expertise to treat a wide range of skin conditions, including: Acne Autoimmune skin disorder Birthmarks (moles, hemangiomas, port wine stains) Eczema Epidermolysis bullosa Genetic skin diseases Hair and nail abnormalities Lumps, bumps and skin growths Pigmentary abnormalities Psoriasis Skin infections Sun-sensitive conditions Vascular anomalies

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Did you know that September is Alopecia Areata Awareness Month?  According to the National #Alopecia Areata Foundation n...
09/14/2020

Did you know that September is Alopecia Areata Awareness Month? According to the National #Alopecia Areata Foundation nearly 6.8 million people in the US are affected.

The goal of Alopecia Awareness Month is to increase public awareness in order to help bring understanding and attention to the condition as well as the need for an acceptable treatment.

Please contact us to learn more about research opportunities [email protected]

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Does your child have moderate-to-severe #eczema? Between the ages of 12 to 17? Participate in a research study for a new...
08/05/2019
Clinical Trials

Does your child have moderate-to-severe #eczema? Between the ages of 12 to 17? Participate in a research study for a new potential treatment. Click to learn more:

Primary objective: To evaluate the efficacy of subcutaneous (SC) administration of tralokinumab compared with placebo in treating adolescent subjects (age 12 to Secondary objectives: To evaluate the efficacy of tralokinumab on severity and extent of AD, itch, and health-related quality of life compa...

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04/05/2018

Stanford Pediatric Dermatology's cover photo

06/23/2017

There are many new clinical studies underway for our patients.

We are looking for young and adult patients with any of the following:
- Atopic dermatitis
- Plaque psoriasis
- Lymphatic Malformations
- Epidermis Bullosa Simplex

Email us to learn how you can help us with advancing medical knowledge at: [email protected].

"Put on sunscreen at 8 a.m., and you’re not covered for a 10:30 coffee run, much less an alfresco lunch — most sunscreen...
04/27/2017
9 Sunscreen Mistakes You Need to Stop Making

"Put on sunscreen at 8 a.m., and you’re not covered for a 10:30 coffee run, much less an alfresco lunch — most sunscreens work for about two hours." - Dr. Kristin Nord - clinical associate professor of dermatology at Stanford Medicine.

Are you really protected?

05/24/2016

Making youth aware of clinical trials at the OYE 2016 Youth Conference. #Stanford

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03/05/2016

Stanford Pediatric Dermatology's cover photo

*NOT RECRUITING*The PEDS Dermatology Clinic Study offers:Medication for fungal, big toe, also known as Onychomycosis, wi...
12/10/2015

*NOT RECRUITING*

The PEDS Dermatology Clinic Study offers:

Medication for fungal, big toe, also known as Onychomycosis, with an FDA-Approved drug for nail improvement.

Eligible participants: Male or female ages 6 to 16 years and 11 months, affecting at least one big toenail, able to travel to Stanford over a year period for 11 study visits, and not have used an oral anti-fungal medication within last 6 months

Duration: Will receive a year supply of FDA-approved medication at no cost (11 study visits)

Study Procedures: A mycology sample, digital pictures of the toenail, and a diary will be used throughout the study. A sub-study is also available for older children.

Incentive: Highly competitive

For more information or eligibility, go to: http://toenailstudy.com or see Flyer attached

Please email [email protected] or call 650-724-1982 for questions.

The Stanford Pediatric Dermatology is Currently Recruiting for Volunteers:A NIH-funded, clinical trial is underway for t...
08/18/2015

The Stanford Pediatric Dermatology is Currently Recruiting for Volunteers:

A NIH-funded, clinical trial is underway for the Lymphatic Malformations Study. We are recruiting children from ages 6 months to 10 years who have a diagnosis of lymphatic vascular malformations.

To Learn More About the Study, Contact Us:
Pediatric Dermatology Clinic @ Stanford
650-724-1982
[email protected]

Our director, Joyce Teng, MD, PhD, talks about caring for the underserved in pediatric dermatology https://www.aad.org/d...
05/20/2015
www.aad.org

Our director, Joyce Teng, MD, PhD, talks about caring for the underserved in pediatric dermatology https://www.aad.org/dialogues2/#issue/1414

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05/20/2015
www.stanfordchildrens.org

The sun is strongest between 10AM and 4PM - protect your child's skin!http://www.stanfordchildrens.org/content-public/pdf/sunscreen-inforgraphic-stanford-childrens.pdf

Stanford Pediatric Dermatology
05/20/2015

Stanford Pediatric Dermatology

Address

730 Welch Rd
Palo Alto, CA
94304

General information

Our team provides a number of services for common and complex conditions, including: Comprehensive evaluation and management of disorders in all pediatric age groups. A full range of dermatologic surgical services, including laser ablation of vascular birthmarks Inpatient dermatologic care provided for children with severe or extensive skin disease Diagnostic procedures including skin biopsy and dermatopathologic tissue examination, fungal preparations and culture In addition, we offer four individual specialty centers that provide patient-oriented and focused expertise to treat and manage: Epidermolysis bullosa Vascular anomalies Genetic skin diseases Rheumatology-dermatology

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(650) 724-1984

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