The Journal of Investigative Dermatology (JID) is the official journal of the ESDR and SID. JID publishes papers describing original research on all aspects of cutaneous biology and skin disease. Topics include biochemistry, biophysics, cell regulation, development, carcinogenesis, skin structure, extracellular matrix, genetics, immunology, melanocyte biology, microbiology, molecular and cell biology, pathology, physiology, pharmacology, photobiology, percutaneous absorption, clinical research, epidemiology and other population-based research.
REMOTE ACCESS TO THE JID
Accessing your JID subscription online
Dear ESDR member,
We know that during these uncertain times, access to peer-reviewed and trusted research is important. As an ESDR member, you have access to the Journal of Investigative Dermatology (JID) via JIDonline.org. You can either log in at ESDR.org or at JIDonline.org. Members (who have not already done so) must activate their online subscription to JID to access the content online.
To access your JID subscription online as an ESDR member, you’ll need to complete a one-time, two-step process:
- Register a username at jidonline.org
- Claim access with two pieces of information (your ESDR Membership ID + Last Name)
Detailed instructions on how to claim and activate your online subscription to JID are available to assist you.
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