About the author
Jean Krutmann, M.D.
Professor of Dermatology and Environmental Medicine, born April 3rd, 1959 in Menden, Märkischer Kreis, Germany; Director, Institut für Umweltmedizinische Forschung (IUF
1995 Oskar Gans Award of the German Dermatological Society
1997 Appointment as Adjunct Professor of Dermatology, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
1998 C.E.R.I.E.S. Research Support Award
1999 Appointment as Adjunct Professor of Dermatology, University of Alabama Medical School, Birmingham, AL, USA
2003 Dermopharmacy Innovation Award of the German Society of Dermopharmacy
Barbara Gilchrest, M.D.
is Professor and Chair of the Department of Dermatology at Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center (BMC). She is also the founding Director of the BMC Laser Center. Dr. Gilchrest received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School and completed Residencies in Internal Medicine and Dermatology at Harvard-affiliated hospitals. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Dermatology. Prior to her appointment as Chair of the Department of Dermatology, Dr. Gilchrest held academic appointments at Harvard Medical School and Tufts University School of Medicine. Dr. Gilchrest has clinical and laboratory-based research interests in skin aging and pigmentation and has published extensively based on her pioneering work in these fields. She is cited in the book, 100 Best Doctors in America
The topic of skin aging is of growing importance to all working in the field of dermatology, aesthetic medicine and cosmetic medicine. Two internationally well-known and leading experts in the field present a comprehensive state-of-the-art review on all aspects of skin aging.
With its clear, concise and reader-friendly format this book has all the potential to become the Bible of skin aging. Every specialist interested in dermatology, aesthetic medicine, cosmetic science, cutaneous biology and aging research will find indispensable information of great value for his or her daily work.
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
; April 2006
204 pages; ISBN 9783540329534Read online
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Title: Skin Aging
Author: Barbara A. Gilchrest; Jean Krutmann
Recent Demographic Changes and Consequences for Dermatology.- Clinical and Histological Features of Intrinsic versus Extrinsic Skin Aging.- Ethnic Differences in Skin Aging.- Photoaging of Skin.- Premature Skin Aging by Infrared Radiation, Tobacco Smoke and Ozone.- The Role of Hormones in Intrinsic Aging.- Permeability and Antioxidant Barriers in Aged Epidermis.- Clarifying the Vitamin D Controversy: The Health Benefits of Supplementation by Diet Versus Sunshine.- Modern Photoprotection of Human Skin.- Vitamins and Polyphenols in Systemic Photoprotection.- Hormone Replacement Therapy and Skin Aging.- Skin Aging in Three Dimensions.- Retinoid Therapy for Photoaging.- Topical Photodynamic Therapy.- Botulinum Toxin, Fillers, Peels: The Scientific View.- Lasers.
In the press
From the reviews:
"For better understanding the direct relationship between age and wrinkles and the existing possibilities to correct the signs of photodamaged skin, the reading of this interesting book will be of great help to Dermatologists, Plastic Surgeons, Cosmetic Chemists and to all people involved in the new scientific field of Cosmetic Dermatology." (P. Morganti, Journal of Applied Cosmetology, Vol. 24 (3), 2006)
"This recently published book provides the reader with a detailed and comprehensive overview about all aspects of skin aging. … this is therefore a useful handbook giving an overview for all clinicians, who would like to inform themselves about the state of affairs in this ‘timeless’ subject gaining more and more importance in our daily work as clinical dermatologists. … the book can … be highly recommended as basic reading for scientists moving into the field of cutaneous aging research." (Lars-Alexander Schneider and Karin Scharffetter-Kochanek, Archives of Dermatological Research, 2006)
"A total of 34 authors, mostly from the USA and Germany, have contributed to 16 well-structured chapters. … The whole subject of skin aging is well covered, including the basic science of photobiology with an emphasis on photoaging, clinical and histological features, prevention by photoprotection, and clinical interventions. … On the whole this book is very enjoyable to read and it will certainly serve as a state-of-the-art reference within this dynamic field. Skin Aging is warmly recommended." (Berit Berne, Acta Dermato-Venereologica, Vol. 87, 2007)