Over the past 20 years, the British Skin foundation has supported over 350 high quality research projects with a total value of over £12 million.
More than £2.4 million has been put towards research into skin cancer, a further £870,000 towards Psoriasis and £1 million towards projects looking at Eczema. Work has also been funded which deals with some less common conditions such as Ichthyosis, Vitiligo and Alopecia. In all, the British Skin Foundation has funded research into more than 50 different types of skin disease.
The BSF has also funded some exciting work in partnership with patient support groups such as the National Eczema Society, the Vitiligo Society and the Ichthyosis Support Group, as well as professional dermatological groups including the British Society for Paediatric Dermatology, British Contact Dermatitis Society and the British Photodermatology Group.
If your group or society is looking to support a skin disease research project and would be interested in jointly funding the work with the British Skin Foundation, please contact Sarah on 020 7391 6082 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Details of grants awarded by the BSF over the last 20 years can be found below:
British Skin Foundation Grants 1996 to Present