Research Dermatology

Research Dermatology

Our Team

Harry Sharata, M.D. PhD
Medical Director

Dr. Harry Sharata earned his Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy from the University of Maryland (1982), a PhD in Pharmaceutics and Physical Chemistry (1986), and MD from the University of Wisconsin (1990). He is board certified in Dermatology and is Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and attending dermatologist at the Madison VA Hospital. In addition, Dr. Sharata conducts private practice devoted to general dermatology, skin cancer and cosmetic surgery. He is the Medical Director of Madison Skin & Research Inc., a cutting edge research clinic that conducts 2 to 4 clinical trials per year on new and promising dermatological therapies.

Mary Sharata, RPh, CCRC

Mary Sharata is a registered pharmacist in Wisconsin. She has extensive experience in community and hospital pharmacy. As Director of Operations for Madison Skin & Research Inc. her primary responsibilities are: study start-up, regulatory documents, and budgets. Mary is also ACRP certified as a Clinical Research Coordinator with 10 plus years experience.

Lori Moe, LPN, CCRC

Lori has 23 years experience as a Clinical Research Coordinator and has been ACRP certified more than 13 years. She joined Madison Skin & Research in November of 2001. Her dermatology clinical study experience is extensive and includes rosacea, acne, psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, leg ulcers, tinea pedis, ichthyosis vulgaris, HSV, warts and basal cell carcinoma and onychomycosis. She also has experience with cardiology, musculoskeletal, urinary, and pediatric studies.


Our Experience

Madison Skin & Research, Inc., has been conducting clinical research trials since 1998 in Phase II through IV studies.  We have certified coordinators with over 10 years experince in the following dermatolgical areas:   atopic dermatitis, acne, actinic aeratosis, basal cell carcinoma, ichthyosis vulgaris, psoriasis, rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, leg ulcers, tinea pedis, HSV, warts and onychomycosis.