Contact us


For more information please contact:

APRICOT Trial Manager:

Rosemary Wilson
dermatologytrials@gstt.nhs.uk
020 7188 7188 ext.56073

Useful Links


nihr_colourEfficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Programme
APRICOT is funded by the Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation (EME) programme, an MRC and NIHR partnership.
Our project specific page can be found here: EME reference: 13/50/17

Psoriasis Association LogoThe Psoriasis Association
The Psoriasis Association are collaborators in APRICOT. As the leading national charity and membership organisation for people affected by psoriasis – patients, families, carers and health professionals – in the UK, we are working with them to gain invaluable access to insight and resources from a patient and public perspective. More information on the support they can provide for people affected by psoriasis can be found on their website: The Psoriasis Association

UKDCTN logo 2009UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network (UKDCTN)
The UKDCTN is helping to promote APRICOT to sites and clinicians around the country. The UKDCTN was formed in 2002 with the aim of conducting high quality, independent, multi-centre clinical trials for the treatment or prevention of skin disease. They are a collaborative network of dermatologists, dermatology nurses, health services researchers and patients throughout the UK and Ireland. Please refer to their website for more information: UKDCTN

PSORT

Psoriasis Stratification to Optimise Relevant Therapy (PSORT)
Our group at the St John’s Institute of Dermatology is actively involved in research contributing to PSORT. PSORT is a consortium of leading dermatologists, research groups, health economists, industry partners and psoriasis patients aiming to use existing knowledge, new research and state of the art investigative tools to develop clinical tests to help direct personalised treatments for psoriasis. A number of psoriasis projects, which participants in APRICOT may also be involved in, are ongoing. More information about this research can be found here: PSORT