2018 Annual Report

The National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected.

Dear Friends of the National Psoriasis Foundation,

On behalf of NPF, we thank you for your generous support of our mission: to drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected. With your help, we set yet another record for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018, raising $14.23 million in revenue. In turn, we invested the following:

  • $2.32 million in research grants to accelerate the search for a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis
  • $1.24 million to back our advocacy efforts to shape the laws and policies that affect the lives of more than 8 million Americans living with psoriatic disease
  • $3.2 million in outreach, education and patient services to support people living with and managing these diseases
  • $1.45 million in professional education to support medical professionals who care for people living with psoriatic disease

In this, the fourth year of our five-year strategic plan, we continue to make substantial progress in advancing to find a cure, improving health outcomes for all with psoriatic disease and securing resources to achieve our goals.

Such progress would not have been possible without the support of our donors and the hard work of our health care providers and researchers – and, most of all, the commitment and generosity of our patient community.

Today, good options exist to manage psoriatic disease. With your help, we are changing health care policies to make it easier to get the treatments needed to live free of the burdens of psoriatic disease. Your contributions play a direct role in making these advancements possible. With your continued support, we will achieve our goals and continue to make a difference in the lives of people with psoriatic disease.

With appreciation,

Randy Beranek
President and CEO

Pete Redding
Chair, Board of directors

Research funding by grant type

The 2017 Research Symposium was held in Chicago on Aug. 3-4.

Leaders in the fields of psoriatic disease research delivered 16 sessions of scientific programming in three categories: immunology, psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. John O’Shea, M.D., senior investigator in the Molecular Immunology and Inflammation Branch and scientific director of the U.S. National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, gave the keynote speech: “Treatment of Autoimmune Disease: Past, Present, Future."

The symposium attracted an international cast of 121 researchers who also had the chance to interact with the patient community: 191 people with psoriatic disease and their families attending the concurrent 2017 National Volunteer Conference.

Both groups converged Friday night for the scientific poster presentations and the Together for a Cure reception.

Co-chairs for the Research Symposium were Sam Hwang, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of California, Davis, and Alexis Ogdie-Beatty, M.D., MSCE, of the University of Pennsylvania.

The second annual Research Trainee Symposium was held in Portland on Oct. 11-12.

The second annual Research Trainee Symposium took place in Portland, Oregon. The goal of the symposium is to jump-start the careers of the next generation of scientists and clinicians pursuing psoriatic disease research. The invitation-only event brought together researchers who received a grant or fellowship from NPF and scientists who work on projects funded by NPF.

Attendees had an opportunity to share their work at the poster session, network with peers and get indispensable guidance from leading researchers. Established researchers, including one representative from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, served as guest faculty for the symposium.

Career development was another focus of the symposium. Faculty led seminars on getting involved with advocacy and communicating one’s own research – topics especially important for NPF’s patient-centered approach. Other breakout sessions covered themes such as applying for funding, writing grants and using various techniques for scientific modeling.

The symposium also featured a patient panel, one of the many ways in which NPF connects patients with researchers – an experience that ultimately helps broaden perspectives on both sides.


Our Continuing Medical Education (CME) program received accreditation with commendation from the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). This accreditation demonstrates NPF’s leadership in delivering high-quality CME programs that meet rigorous standards for educational excellence and independence. 

NPF offered more than 74 programs that served more than 2,757 medical professionals. NPF CME activities are designed to increase knowledge and improve the competence and performance of health care providers treating patients with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. 

The ACCME accreditation is a national model, assuring physicians and health care professionals that programs are designed to be relevant, effective and independent.

In 2016, upon receiving a two-year ACCME provisional accreditation, NPF joined a community of educators committed to advancing health care quality through lifelong learning.

In addition to offering live CME activities and webinars, we also provide online journal CME through the Journal of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis, the peer-reviewed scientific journal published by NPF.

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The Patient Navigation Center provides free, personalized assistance to anyone impacted by psoriatic disease, including families and caregivers. Whether you were diagnosed yesterday or 20 years ago, whether you’re calling for yourself or someone you love, whether you’re looking for treatment information or help navigating insurance … NPF navigators answer questions and find solutions to help you live your healthiest life.

By the numbers:

9,859 new individuals served
Increase over previous year: 91 percent

17,578 interactions with Patient Navigation Center
Increase over previous year: 43 percent

86 countries served
Increase over previous year: 38 percent

41 languages served
Increase over previous year: 70 percent

Type of service offered by number of interactions

3,136 – improve treatment access
Increase over previous year: 149 percent

2,321 – connect patients to health care providers
Increase over previous year: 62 percent

4,350 – resource assistance and follow-up
Increase over previous year: 67 percent

14,856 – educational information about disease and treatment
Increase over previous year: 113 percent

National Volunteer Conference

The National Volunteer Conference in Chicago brought together patients, caregivers, health care providers, researchers and volunteers from across the U.S. for two days of workshops, roundtable discussions, camaraderie and fun.

People living with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis discussed treatment options with our lineup of expert dermatologists and rheumatologists, while NPF-funded scientists got the chance to speak with patients.

Research discussion workshops covered psoriatic arthritis, comorbidities, the genetic basis for psoriatic disease, the biomarkers that may predict treatment response and disease progression, and the connection between psoriatic disease and their own personal biomes.

Attendance totaled 254, including 191 volunteers and 63 staff and corporate partners.

NPF led the way in step therapy reform.

The government relations and advocacy team led two step-therapy coalition days on Capitol Hill that resulted in a combined 45 congressional meetings.

These efforts were successful. The number of step therapy reform bill co-sponsors increased 466 percent, from 12 to 68. Nineteen of these co-sponsors directly resulted from NPF-driven activity.

The state government relations and advocacy team spearheaded a coalition in Minnesota on step therapy reform. Despite a challenging political environment, our leadership helped the bill pass in one legislative session.

As a result,138,557 Minnesotans may experience better health outcomes. A highlight of the campaign was a new volunteer to NPF, who later attended the D.C. fly-in and was recruited for the national advocacy committee.

Team NPF is for anyone who wants to raise awareness about psoriatic disease and raise money to find a cure. Patients and their friends, families and colleagues walk, run, ride bikes and yell “bingo!” You can join one of our scheduled events or create your own.

Participants come in all ages and sizes. Some of us have psoriatic disease and some of us don’t. One thing we all have in common: the desire to turn this disease into a footnote in history.

Team NPF Run

Marco Bianchini, NPF research ambassador, and Andrew Johnston, M.D., a researcher at the University of Michigan, first connected at the NPF Research Symposium in 2015. Two years later, in October 2017, they ran the Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank half-marathon together, raising more than $500 for NPF.

Team NPF Cycle

Twelve-year-old Mason Zimmerman fundraised $1,898 for Team NPF Cycle in Willamette Valley in June 2018. He raised the money as a community project for his bar mitzvah because he was inspired by a boy his age, the grandson of his Hebrew teacher, who has psoriatic arthritis.

Team NPF Walk

NPF walks give our youth ambassadors opportunities to share their stories.

Team NPF Bingo

The number of Team NPF bingo events grew from six to 16 since last year.

Team NPF by the numbers*

  • 5,345 participants and volunteers
  • $2,047,000 raised

*Numbers include data from two galas.

Commit to Cure

Tampa Commit to Cure Gala, April 2018

New York City Commit to Cure Gala, June 2018

Tampa, April 2018

Held at the brightly lit and colorfully decorated Glazer Children’s Museum, the Tampa gala honored three outstanding individuals – Neil Fenske, M.D., Michael A. Scannon, M.D., and businessman Kevin Dwyer – on behalf of their work with psoriasis patients and the psoriatic disease community.

Fenske founded the University of South Florida Dermatology Residency Program in 1980, which has cultivated approximately 100 board-certified dermatologists to date.

Scannon shared a moving story of how an early career encounter with a person who had severe psoriasis motivated him to focus on treating the disease.

Dwyer has been instrumental in ensuring NPF’s presence in the Tampa area by volunteering extensively at NPF’s community events.

This was the first NPF gala held in the Tampa area. The event raised $160,000.

New York, June 2018

Held at the Tribeca Rooftop with a spectacular view of Manhattan, the New York City gala honored Alice Gottlieb, M.D., Ph.D., and Jerry Bagel, M.D., on behalf of their work with psoriasis patients and the psoriatic disease community. The 293 people celebrating Gottlieb and Bagel included their colleagues, patients and family members as well as NPF board members (past and present) and friends of the Foundation.

Gottlieb is one of a handful of physicians in the U.S. who is triple-board-certified (in dermatology, rheumatology and internal medicine). She is co-editor-in-chief of the NPF peer-reviewed scientific journal, the Journal of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (JPPA). She is also a member of the NPF medical board.

Bagel is the associate editor of JPPA and has published extensively on the topic of psoriasis. He is a five-term member of the NPF medical board.

The event raised $317,000.

Financial statements

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Letter from the Treasurer

We are deeply grateful to you, our donors, whose support enabled us to deepen our commitment to our mission during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018. Once again, NPF was able to drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected because we received $14.23 million in gifts, contributions and other support from individuals, companies, businesses and family foundations.

During 2018, NPF invested $2.32 million in research grants to accelerate the search for a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. That investment included eight discovery grants, six translational grants, two bridge grants, one psoriatic arthritis research grant, one pediatric psoriasis challenge grant, nine fellowships, six early career research awards and 16 summer student research grants.

We invested $1.24 million in advocacy to shape the laws and public policies that affect more than 8 million Americans living with psoriatic disease. And we invested $3.2 million in outreach, education and patient services to support people living with and managing psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. NPF is fiscally sound, with $7.69 million in net assets.

NPF is a member of the National Health Council, which requires that all members maintain the highest standards of organizational effectiveness and public stewardship.

We are proud of NPF’s achievements, and we remain dedicated to our role as stewards of the funds entrusted to us.

Thank you for your continued generosity and faith in NPF.


Terri Theisen
Treasurer, Board of directors


Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent evaluator of charities, awarded NPF its highest rating of four stars for the fifth consecutive year in 2017. NPF received this designation for adhering to best practices and executing our mission in a financially efficient way. Only 8 percent of the more than 8,000 charities assessed have received this award at least five consecutive years.

Lifetime Contributions
(To Date)

$1.5 Million +

Edward A. & Catherine Lozick Foundation
A. Marilyn Sime, Ph.D., R.N.

$1 Mil. - $1.49 Mil.

Barbara and Neal Henschel Charitable Foundation
Michael and Carol Laub
Seymour and Rebecca Lutto, in memory of their son, Lawrence Lutto

Contributions calculated on fiscal year

President’s Circle $100,000+
Jodi and Bill Felton
Michael Graff and Carol Ostrow
Dale and Karen White

Beverly Foster Halprin Society $50,000 - $74,999
Bucks Creek Foundation
Michael and Carol Laub
Michael and Melissa Weinbaum & The Attilio & Beverly Petrocelli Foundation

Richard Coffman Circle $25,000 - $49,999
Nancy and Don Alpert
Colby and Sara Evans
The Roy Gene & Pamela Evans Foundation
Barbara and Neal Henschel Charitable Foundation
Virginia Morris Kincaid Charitable Trust
Chip Newton
Dr. Lacy and Edie Williams 

Champions $10,000 - $24,999
Appignani Foundation
Randy Beranek
Daniel and Rebecca Farrington
Seth Forman, M.D., FAAD
Ron Grau
Donald and Lesley Grilli
Peter and Lorelei Redding
Terri Theisen
Walton Family Foundation
Seth and Deb Wohlberg
Susan and Paul Yochim
Laura Zaimi
Xiaotong Zhang

Benefactors $5,000 - $9,999
Virginia and Andrew Adelson
Anthony M. Armada, M.D.
Kay R. Bendheim
Arlene D. Bitmansour, Ph.D.
Andy and Molly Blauvelt
Kris Bockmier
Sanford P. & Irene Burnstein Foundation
The Carl Family Foundation
H. L. Epstein Family Foundation, Inc.
Fahringer Foundation
Robert and Lauren Fales
Dr. Steven Feldman and Leora Henkin
Neil A. Fenske, M.D.
Flora Greenberg
Ram P. Gupta
Stacey H. Holmgren, Pharm.D.
Matthew and Catherine Kiselica
Sara Lee and Barry Larner
Mark G. Lebwohl, M.D.
Stephen R. Leeolou
Deedy Oberman
Mark Oberman and Judith Eisenberg
Eyal Ofir
Florence Petrlik Family Foundation
Mike and Hulda Refermat
Neal Rubin
Michael A. Scannon, M.D.
Richard and Ellen Seiden
Robert Shoenberg
David N. Silvers, M.D.
Elizabeth and William Struve
James and Toni Turner
Joan Weisman

Guarantors $1,000 - $4,999
Anonymous (7)
Lakshi M. Aldredge, M.S.N., A.N.P. -C
Richard Allorto
David Amato, D.O.
Dr. David W. Andrews
Frank T. Armstrong, D.O., FAOCD
Louis and Susan Axelrod
Jerry Bagel, M.D.
Philip and Janet Bean
Stacy Solochek Beckman
Dr. Charles H. Bennett
Kevin Bennett
Christopher Benson
Steven and Tracy Bishkoff
Dr. William and Mrs. Toni Blackshear
Rafael W. Blanco, M.D.
Jill Bland
Terence Bowley
Dick and Sandy Boyce
Emily J. Boyd
Chance F. Bradley
David H. Brockway
Mary Ruth Buchness, M.D.
Stacey Butler
Margaret A. Cady
Domenic Carapella
Paula Cardoso
Cynthia Carlson
Paul and LaRue Carter
Lynne Carvette
Michael and Carey Cavaliere
Chase Family Philanthropic Fund
Marc A. Chung
Mary R. Clarbour
Patricia and Irwin Cohen
Russell W. Cohen, M.D.
Cole Family Charitable Foundation
Jennifer Collins
Kathleen M. Colorado, M.D.
Coretz Family Foundation
Katy Corrigan
Barbara S. Cox
Credit Suisse Securities
Anne Marie Crilly
Ronn and Nicole Davids
Chris C. Davis
Karl D’Cunha
Robert Devries
Mr. and Mrs. William Doran
Peter D’Orsi
Amit Doshi
Nick Dubinsky
Karen M. Durbak
Sharon L. Eberle
Laurel A. Engel
Mark Engel
Michael Fagin
Ann Feder-Pomerantz
Joel Fierman
Valerie Fitzgerald
Mark and Tara Flint
Foley & Lardner, LLP
Archie and Julie Franklin
Robert Freedman
Doreen Freeman
Ali Garcia
Ann C. Gaydos
Joel M. Gelfand, M.D., FAAD
Ruby Ghadially, M.D.
Leslie Gibin
Gary L. Gillig
Barry A. Gogel
Gold & Rosenblatt, LLC
Henry L. Goldberg, Esq.
Kenneth B. Gordon, M.D.
Alice Bendix Gottlieb, M.D., Ph.D.
Jean Greene
Michael W. Greene
Dietmar Grellmann
Nancy E. Gross
John and Teresa Hanichak
Bridget Hart, J.D.
Arleen J. Hasegawa
Steven N. Hecht
David R. Hensley, M.D.
Tami and Jon Herlocker
James J. Herrmann, M.D., FAAD
Robert J. Hiler Family Foundation
Steven Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Hoban
Brenda and Ralph Hoffman
John Hoffman
Sunny Holman
Dawne and Ivan Hom
Gabriel Horwitz
Leah McCormick Howard, J.D.
Lonnie Humphries
Cory Hunt
Janice I. Isenberg
Ernest Isenstadt
The Israel Family Fund
Jeffrey S. Jacob
Sue and Evan Jaqua
Sasha Jazayeri, M.D.
Christina and Tim Jenkins
Eric and Francisa Johnson
Paul L. Johnson
David Judice
Michael J. Jungen
Stephen K. Keat
Brian R. Keegan, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Margaret Kelleher
Kemp Foundation
Leon Kircik, M.D.
J.W. & Mildred A. Kisling Charitable Foundation
Hilda E. Koen
Maria Kohlmeier
John Y. M. Koo, M.D.
Michael Kraley
Priscilla and Richard Kurz
Sherri and David Lachance
Craig and Sharon Larson
Andrew and Lori Laub
The R.H. and A.Q. Lawe Foundation
Wilson J. Liao, M.D.
Jina Lindstedt
Jody W. Lockridge
Mark W. Loveall
Barbara J. Luboff
James and Cathy Lumbattis
M T & M Gaming, Inc
Thomas G. MacCracken
Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC
Mark and Jacqueline Marinovich
The Willard L. Marmelzat Foundation
Carol H. Masters
Emanual Maverakis, M.D.
Ed and Lois McCluskey Foundation
Penny E. McConnell
Brian and Leticia McMaster
Matt D. Mercier
Andrew and Anne Miller
Terry J. Miller
Sandra E. Mintz
Jack Moore
Terry L. Moore
Stuart M. Morgan
Top Myers
Christopher and Andrea Nielsen
David S. Nieves, M.D.
David and Susan Oberman
Debbie Oehmcke
Jason Olin
R. Scott Ornstein
Hannah Ortego
William R. Padnos
Raul C. Palomino, Jr.
David and Patti Panzer
Robert J. Pariser, M.D.
Michael D. Parker
Nate Paul
Rhonda Peebles
Marina Peredo, M.D.
Terry L. Peterson
Jill Petry
Stephanie and Randolph Pierce
Lisa Pisenti, Pharm.D.
Dean Pollack
Dr. Irina E. Popa Newcomb and Mr. Michael Newcomb
Fred and Charlotte Poston
Ronald B. Prussick, M.D.
Bruce and Mary Rabiner
Laura Rafferty
Janice and Steve Ramberg
Bernard G. Ramirez
Mike and Deborah Reser
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Rives
Dr. Deborah Ross
Suzanne Sirota-Rozenberg, D.O.
Timothy Saint
Mike Santoro
Sita Sarna and Humayun Agha
Sidney and Elizabeth Savelle
Lori A. Schifrin
Pamela B. Schultz
Schwalbach Family Foundation
Chris Seitzinger
Carol L. Selby
David Seretti
Tami Seretti
Fabian Serralta
Urvi S. Shah
Cindy Sheen
Paul M. Shimoff
David Skinner
Robin Smith
Sandra L. Snyder, PA-C
Jennifer Soung, M.D.
Fiona M. Spagnuolo
Martin Sperber
Matthew Stein
Jeff Stricker, D.O. and Mrs. Lee Stricker
Alice Styza
Talonvest Capital, Inc.
Eric Taras
Ella N. Thomas
Sue E. Tilton
Joyia Toran
Carl Tostevin
Garrett A. Turner
Kristin Turnquist
Abby S. Van Voorhees, M.D.
Abby Vanim
Brenda Varney
Wallack Management Co.
Sue Warren and Brian Finlayson
Leslie Watkins and Doug Larson
Huachen Wei, M.D., Ph.D.
Jeffrey M. Weinberg
Allison and Scott Weiss
Roger K. West
David White
William and Barbara Whittaker
Brian Willms
John S. Wilson
Mary Laurel Wilson
Woburn Municipal Federal Credit Union
Barbara Wood
Jodi Wood
Edward Wright
Joseph and Sylvia Yasgur
Gloria Yu
Evelyn Zafran
Dave Zook
Eric Zudak

President's Council

Andrew F. Alexis, M.D., MPH
Laila Almeida, M.D.
Nancy J. Anderson, M.D.
April W. Armstrong, M.D., MPH
Jerry Bagel, M.D.
Diane R. Baker, M.D.
Rodney S.W. Basler, M.D.
Bay Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery, P.A.
Vincent Peter Beltrani, Jr., M.D.
Andrew Blauvelt, M.D., MBA
Erin E. Boh, M.D., Ph.D.
Mary Ruth Buchness, M.D.
Kristina Callis Duffin, M.D.
Charles Camisa, M.D.
Jennifer Clay Cather, M.D.
David Clemons, M.D.
Kelly M. Cordoro, M.D.
Jeffrey J. Crowley, M.D.
Kenneth Dawes, M.D.
Robert M. Day, Ph.D.
James Q. Del Rosso, D.O.
Craig A. Elmets, M.D.
Colby C. Evans, M.D.
Steven R. Feldman, M.D., Ph.D.
Neil A. Fenske, M.D.
David Fivenson, M.D.
Ellen H. Frankel, M.D.
Scott Fretzin, M.D.
Richard G. Fried, M.D., Ph.D.
Amit Garg, M.D., FAAD
Paul Getz, M.D.
J. John Goodman, M.D.
Alice Bendix Gottlieb, M.D., Ph.D.
Richard D. Granstein, M.D.
Lawrence J. Green, M.D., FAAD
Johann Gudjonsson, M.D., Ph.D.
Charles L. G. Halasz, M.D.
David R. Hensley, M.D.
James J. Herrmann, M.D., FAAD
Robert A. Hozman, M.D.
Charles Hudson, M.D.
Francis W. Iacobellis, M.D.
Sasha Jazayeri, M.D.
Peter J. Jenkin, M.D.
Robert E. Kalb, M.D.
Susan E. Katz, M.D.
Brian R. Keegan, M.D., Ph.D.
Francisco A. Kerdel, M.D.
David B. Kessler, D.O.
Jaehwan Kim, M.D., Ph.D.
Leon Kircik, M.D.
William T. Ko, M.D., FAAD
John Y. M. Koo, M.D.
Neil Korman, M.D., Ph.D.
Gerald G. Krueger, M.D.
Sarah A. Kurts, PA-C
Michael A. Kurzman, M.D.
Edward Lain, M.D.
Richard Langley, M.D.
Mark G. Lebwohl, M.D.
Patricia C. Lee, M.D.
Keagan H. Lee, M.D.
Craig L. Leonardi, M.D.
Jacob Levitt, M.D.
Wilson J. Liao, M.D.
Benjamin Lockshin, M.D.
Farah K. Malick, M.D.
Arthur M. Mandelin, M.D., Ph.D.
Eugene Mandrea, M.D.
Joseph Markenson, M.D.
George M. Martin, M.D.
Emanual Maverakis, M.D.
Philip J. Mease, M.D.
Stephanie Mehlis, M.D.
Nehal N. Mehta, M.D., MSCE, FAHA
Alan M. Menter, M.D.
Joseph F. Merola, M.D., FAAD
Natasha Mesinkovska, M.D., Ph.D.
George J. Murakawa, M.D., Ph.D.
Shruti Naik, Ph.D.
David S. Nieves, M.D.
David Olansky, M.D., FAAD, FACMS
Amy S. Paller, M.D.
Robert J. Pariser, M.D.
Jeffrey C. Poole, M.D.
Robert B. Posnick, M.D.
Ronald B. Prussick, M.D.
Phoebe Rich, M.D.
Elisabeth Richard, M.D.
Veronica L. Richardson, MSN, CRNP, ANP-BC
Christopher Ritchlin, M.D.
Heather L. Roebuck, D.N.P.
Caitriona Ryan, M.D., MRCPI, FAAD
Neil Sadick, M.D.
Sergio Schwartzman, M.D.
Evan L. Siegel, M.D.
Robert A. Snyder, M.D.
Jeffrey M. Sobell, M.D.
Jennifer Soung, M.D.
Lawrence M. Stokar, M.D.
Bruce E. Strober, M.D., Ph.D.
Craig F. Teller, M.D.
Ruth K. Treiber, M.D.
Eric S. Treiber, M.D.
Stephen K. Tyring, M.D., Ph.D.
Abby S. Van Voorhees, M.D.
Jeffrey M. Weinberg, M.D.
Lacy H. Williams, M.D.
Windsor Dermatology/Psoriasis Treatment Center of Central NJ
Jashin J. Wu, M.D., FAAD
Paul S. Yamauchi, M.D., Ph.D.
Eva Youshock, M.D.
Isaac Zamora, M.D.

Cure Champions
Individual fundraising of $1,000 or more

Jacob Allen
Spilios Asimakopoulos
Pattie Barry RN
Todd Bello
Kay Bendheim
Arlene Bitmansour
Carolyn Blue
Cristy Boisvert
Michael Bottger
Alisha Bridges
Marc Brintnall
Norman Brown
Cristie Cain
MaryAnn Canon
Cristina Cantu
Katie Chambers
Ann Christensen
Michael Clark
Steven Cohen
Donna Cope
Kathleen Coyle
Anne Marie Crilly
Mary Cyrus
Jean da Silva
Patricia DeBarberie
John DeBarberie
Salil Deshpande
Mark Digirolamo
Victoria DiNuzzo-Cornett
Sheryl Dorsey
Vickie Dowling
Thomas Dvorak
Kevin Dwyer
John Earley
Robert Estrada
Fred Finkelstein
Lois Fragomeni
Alexander Friedman
Jennifer Garcia
Cheryl Gentile
Donald Gheen
K. Diane Giardino
Nancy Godinez
Gerald Golden
Alisha Goodman
Tina Goodwin
Ori Gottlieb
RoseAnne Guerra
Allison Gutierrez
Arleen Hasegawa
David Hensley
Brayden Hernandez
Hennessy Hernandez
Hailey Hubbell
Sam Hwang
Jeffrey Jacob
Abbey Jennings
Jessica Joelson
Queena Johnson
Patrick Keehan
Noreen Kennedy
Elizabeth Kiracofe
Cat and Matt Kiselica
Catherine Kiselica
Stephanie Kokolis
Stephanie Kolb
Don Kolb
Susan Krawchick
Ashwin Kumar
Deni Lathrop
Michael and Carol Laub
Tina Lin
Mark Loveall
Deborah Mallow
Thao Marzullo
Happy Mireles
Frank Morano
Carleigh Morba
Stuart Morgan
Christine Neira
Apolonia Noble
Keri Norris
Mark Oberman
David Oberman
Lynn O’Donnell
Eyal Ofir
Marlene O’Reilly
Kirby Ortego
Hannah Ortego
Ester Palmer
Nicole Palmer
Jennifer Pellegrin
Aimee Perez
Kristen Petillo
Joanna Pomerantz
Robert Poolsawat
Kate Ramsey
Tanya Reed
Mike Refermat
Elizabeth Reilly
Sandee Riffel
Ingrid Robinson
Kennedy Ross
Suzanne Sirota Rozenberg
Amber Russo
Nicole Salame
Timothy Saint
Lori Schifrin
Joseph Scholl
Taryn Melisande Scozzari
Richard Seiden
Sahil Sekhon
Sheri Shamdasani
Cynthia Smith
Jennifer Soung
Fiona Spagnuolo
Bridget Sparkes
Tiffany Sullivan
Tyler Sullivan
Hamza Suria
Anjela Tagalan
Jean Tamashiro
Rachel Timm
John Toungate
Julia Wallace-Hall
Eva Walters
Shane Weiner
Ali Weiss
Jonathan Weiss, M.D.
Olivia Wind
Anny Xiao
Timothy Yuen
Qinghai Zhao

Kris Bockmier
Tomas Cabrera
Cindy Carlson
Robert DeVries
Meera Dhodapkar
Alicia Garcia
Madeline Garvey
Stephen Gerring
Dietmar Grellmann
Bailey Hagen
Leslie Harper
Barry Hartzberg
Gabriel Horwitz
Hien Phan
Erica Schiller
Rachel Timm
Tracy Wikse
Michael Wood
Krista Worzalla
Timothy Yuen
Allison Zager
Erika Zamora
Sylvia Zavala

Terry Arnold
Suzan Aygen
Gary Branch
Tyler Branch
Ashley Brower
Mary Burns
Joe Cincotta
Diana Cordio
Brittany Derebery
David DiGeronimo
Thomas Dvorak
Judith Eisenberg
David Kessler
Steven Larky
Mark Oberman
Corene Pettit
Sarah Primozic
Mike Refermat
Melinda Riter
Paul Schindel
Adam Seid
Fabian Serralta
Yolanda Vargas
Brian Willms
Mason Zimmerman

Team NPF sponsors
Sponsorship of $750 or more

Sagis Diagnostics
Renovation Room
Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy
Resnik Skin Institute
Sun Capital Partners Foundation
Dawes Fretzin
Trifecta Clinical
Forefront Dermatology
Meijer Speciality Pharmacy
Medical College of Wisconsin
Gold Skin Care
Alliance Dermatology and Mohs Center
Arizona Dermatology
US Bank
Reser’s Fine Foods, Inc.
Oregon Medical Research Center
UC Davis
Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation 
Jurupa Valley Adopt A Family
Bottomley Distributing Co.
Alto Pharmacy
Star One Credit Union
Palo Alto Medical Foundation 
Dermatology Associates of Seattle
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Farrington Law
Dreamscape Marketing
ISDPA - Illinois Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants
Independent Bank
Dermatology Associates of Uptown
Taylor Farms
Stony Brook Medicine Dermatology
Form Analysis, LLC
Central Ohio Plastic Surgery, Inc.
Grossman Law Offices
Fairfield Medical Center
Aventiv Research
Gwinnett Dermatology
Encompass RX
Olansky Dermatology
SenderraRx Specialty Pharmacy
Medical Dermatology Specialists, Inc.
Hamilton Dermatology
Rare Patient Voice
Avail Dermatology 
National Biological Corporation
Illinois Dermatology Institute
Metroplex Dermatology
Texas Dermatology Associates, P.A.
Arlington Center for Dermatology
Reliant Healthcare
United Dermatology Associates
Center for Clinical Studies
Bellaire Dermatology Associates
Kroger Specialty Pharmacy
weMED Wellness Center
PAREXEL International
Prestige Brands/ Dermarest
NYU Langone Psoriatic Arthritis Center
Sterling National Bank
Capital One
Loreal USA
Remedy Health
UC Davis Health
TCR Medical Corporation 
University of California, San Diego
Stanford University Department of Dermatology
Colorado Health and Youth Dermatology
Florida Dermatology & Skin Cancer Specialists
Bay Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery, P.A.
McIlwain Medical Group

Legacy Society

Anonymous (12)
Sandra Allison
Jack and Patricia Allweiss
Nancy and Don Alpert
Dot Aumann
Elsa Aybar
Corky Balzac
Kathi Barber, in memory of Tim Barber
James P. Bennett, Ph.D.
Jeff B. Berman
Richard I. Besser
Frank M. Beveridge
Mary Kay Boylan
Robert L. Brooks
Richard Brotherston
LaVerne Beall Burhans
Mary Beth Burrows
Laurie Anne Carlson Kalasardo
James Carolan
Howard and Lori Chang
Helene Cotter
Enid L. Crook
Robert L. Crooks and Sami J. Tucker
Paul Dodwell
Lucille Doree
Miss Karen M. Durbak
Jackie Eber
Richard L. Elmendorf
Daniel and Rebecca Farrington
Michael C. Finn, M.D.
Bruce and Susan Foat
Ruth I. Foerster
Carole and Marvin Frankel
Avette L. Gaiser
Kathleen L. Gallant
Robert and Cynthia Galletly
Richard W. Good
Donald and Lesley Grilli
Jerald and Roberta Grotstein
Bill and Mary Ann Grove, Jr.
Louise K. Hawke
Mary Beth Hedrick
Carol W. Henshaw
Jim Hergert
Lynn Hodges
Amy J. Holstein, D.V.M.
Charles H. Jacobs
Betty Johnson
Diane and John Kazibut
Mara C. Kelly
Eric W. Kimble
William and Frances Klein
Sara Lee and Barry Larner
Brian J. Larson
Patricia A. Laurie
Edward D. Lewis
Mark and Celine Lillie
Carl Wayne Littlejohn
Scott S. Lochridge
Kerry K. Lohr
Charles Campbell Magee
Diana Maher
Mark and Jacqueline Marinovich
Craig and Irene S. McCall
Sharon E. McCrae
Glennis McNeal
Kenneth A. Meersand
Linda V. Miller
Marcy A. Morris
Mary L. Mullarkey
Chip Newton
Robert J. Osterman
Ed and Laura Owens
Eileen Prouty
Diane Robinson
Sherri A. Rosen
Marie D. Roser
Barbara and Paul Sanders
Pamela B. Schultz
Raymond Schwartz
Michael F. Score
Harold and Edna Seemann
Richard and Ellen Seiden
Timothy Jay Smith
Martha W. Snuffer
Steven Brad Stacey
Brenda M. Tolley
Clivia M. Torres
Cheryl K. Turay
Kenneth and Mary J. Voertman
Jana R. and Stephen Wessels
Roger K. West
Margaret J. Whittle
John S. Wilson
Kevin Timothy Wilson
Gregory J. Winslow
Winnie K. Wong
Martha Wood
Robert P. Woodward
Charles and Marsha Woolley
Gloria Wren
Edward Wright
Evelyn Zafran
Susan K. Zeller
Gail M. Zimmerman


George and Mary Bell
William J. Huston
Victoria and Thomas Maguda
Jimmy L. Miller
Melbourne M. Schmidt
A. Marilyn Sime, Ph.D., R.N.
Dr. Judith A. Snyder
Jo Ann Steggerda

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Ortho Dermatologics
Sun Pharmaceuticals

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Promius Pharma
Remedy Health

LEO Pharma
Health Monitor
Patient Centered Outcomes
Research Institute
Prestige Brands
Taro Pharma
Wisconsin Pharmacal

Haus Bioceuticals
HMP Global
Mayne Pharma
National Institutes of Health
PACK Health
Prestigio Ltd

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