2021 US Research Fellow: Pedro J. Gómez Arias, MD, Spain


US Research Fellowship: July 2021-July 2022

Mentored by Emma Guttman, MD PhD, at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, US. 



Posters & Abstract Presentations: 

Oral communication at the Work in progress meeting (WIP) of the Immunology Group, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: “Skin tape strips reveal a unique inflammatory profile in patients with allergic asthma.” (July 26th, 2022)


Renert-Yuval Y, Pavel AB, Bose S, Gómez-Arias PJ, Rangel SM, Estrada YD, Paller AS, Guttman-Yassky E. Tape strips capture atopic dermatitis-related changes in nonlesional skin throughout maturation. Allergy. 2022 Nov;77(11):3445-3447. doi: 10.1111/all.15423. Epub 2022 Jul 8. PMID: 35775320.

Renert-Yuval YPavel ABDel Duca E, et al. Scalp biomarkers during dupilumab treatment support Th2 pathway pathogenicity in alopecia areataAllergy2023781047-1059. doi: 10.1111/all.15561

Where is Dr. Gómez Arias now?

Since completing his fellowship at Mount Sinai, Dr. Gómez Arias has been working at Reina Sofia University Hospital, where he completed his residency. Dr. Gómez Arias leads a clinic specializing in treating inflammatory skin conditions, particularly alopecia areata and atopic dermatitis. Additionally, Dr. Gómez Arias presented at several national and international conferences on how the microbiome is associated with alopecia areata severity. By the end of 2024, he will complete his PhD thesis on this topic. Dr. Gómez Arias credits the IEC fellowship as being instrumental in fostering his professional growth as a clinician-researcher.