Dr. Voisin is a post-doctoral fellow currently conducting basic research on skin immunology steady-state and in disease models in Dr. Kesuke Nagao’s laboratory in the Dermatology Branch, NIAMS. 

Research Statement

Dr. Voisin major interest resides in the study of the skin immunology and particularly the understanding of the complex cross-talk between non-hematopoietic and immune cells within the tissue. During his PhD program, his primary research project was focused on the study of the hair follicle cycle and its influence on Langerhans cell homeostasis. Dr. Voisin’s current research project involves the use of cutting-edge technologies such as single-cell RNA-sequencing to identify important cross-talk between the leukocytes and the stroma that influences tissue homeostasis and that is involved in pathological conditions, such as wound healing and immune-mediated hair loss in animal models.


Dr. Voisin obtained his PhD from the University of Strasbourg in France in 2014.


In 2010, Dr. Voisin started his PhD program in the laboratory team of Dr. Christopher Mueller, PhD, at the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology (IBMC) of Strasbourg in France. In 2014 he obtained his PhD, delivered by the University of Strasbourg, and pursued his work as a post-Doctoral fellow in the same team until July 2015. On September 2015, Dr. Voisin joined the Laboratory of  Dr. Keisuke Nagao, MD, PhD at the Dermatology branch of the National Cancer Institute as a visiting fellow. In 2017, he joined the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases as Dr. Nagao’s laboratory and the Dermatology Branch were transferred to this Institute.

Last Updated: October 2019