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Recruitment has now finished for this particular study. Thank you to everyone who was interested and has participated.

We are carrying out a research study with an investigational medication for topical treatment of plaque psoriasis (psoriasis vulgaris)

  • Are you aged 18 or older?

  • Have you been diagnosed with mild or moderate psoriasis vulgaris?

You could be eligible for participation in our research!

Why take part?


Meet with experts who specialise in your condition.

Get a better understanding of the condition and how to manage it.

You’ll receive all study related care at no cost.

You’ll be compensated for your time and travel.

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What Is Psoriasis Vulgaris?

Plaque-type psoriasis or psoriasis vulgaris is the most common form of the disease, and manifests as raised, red, itchy, scaly patches with silver scales.
The patches occur most commonly on the elbows and knees, navel area and scalp.
Patients with psoriasis have reduced quality of life and studies have shown that patients with psoriasis are emotionally and physically impaired by their disease.
There is no cure for psoriasis. The goal of treatment is to reduce or eliminate its signs and symptoms. Mild to moderate disease is often treated with topical therapies.

We’re carrying out some research into an investigational medication for mild to moderate psoriasis vulgaris.

You could be eligible to participate.