Skin Deep - 20 Years of Research 

The BSF Celebrated 20 Years of Research at the RCP

Skin Deep – 20 Years of Research was a professional conference which took place at the prestigious Royal College of Physicians, celebrating the British Skin Foundation’s research over the past two decades. In the 20 years since its launch, the British Skin Foundation has partnered with thousands of skin disease sufferers, their families and friends, dermatology departments and industry to charitably raise more than £15,000,000 to fund over 300 research projects throughout the UK and Ireland.

    Dr Carsten Flohr and Dr Francesca Capon talk about research  projects which were funded by the BSF

The  one-day special event attracted delegates from across the country to listen to renowned researchers as they shared their British Skin Foundation funded work. The charity prides itself on the quality of work it supports and is committed to increasing its financial contribution to research year on year. With 60% of the UK population having suffered or currently suffering from a skin disease, there’s still a lot of research to do to help improve people’s lives.

The event was followed by an evening reception for delegates, supporters and friends of the British Skin Foundation past and present. 

Supporter Mark Hill addresses the guests on the importance of raising money for rmelanoma research

This artwork by Harriet Simcock raised £250 for research from a silent auction on the night




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Sixty percent of British people currently suffer from or have suffered with a skin disease at some point during their lifetime. Some skin conditions are manageable, others are severe enough to kill. We are here to help change that.

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