The Resnek Family Center for Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC) Research at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) is dedicated to discovering what causes PSC and developing and testing new therapies for this disease.
Josh Korzenik, MD, is director of the Resnek Family Center for PSC Research. Dr. Korzenik, who also directs the Crohn’s and Colitis Center at BWH, leads a multidisciplinary team of experts in PSC and related disorders such as ulcerative colitis.
This endeavor which is guided with a sense of urgency aims to harness the creativity and expertise of a broad group of local, national and international researchers.
The team works collaboratively with other researchers at BWH and Harvard Medical School, as well as with colleagues at institutions around the world. The Resnek Family Center catalyzes the large PSC research community to tackle the diease in an integrated and strategic way. Our ultimate goal is to pioneer new therapies that transform treatment for patients with PSC.