Chair: Dr Sanjeev Rana
Dr. Sanjeev Rana is a Medical Director, Clinical Commissioner and GPwSI Dermatology
He graduated from the Imperial School of Medicine and Technology in 1995 and qualified as a General Practitioner in 1998. His works as Dermatology GPwSI Dermatology in Essex.
He has completed his Diploma in Dermatology and Dermoscopy (Cardiff University) and runs a dermatology service.
Dr Robert Boyle
Dr Boyle is a paediatric allergist with a research programme focussed on the prevention of eczema and other allergic diseases. He trained in Melbourne where his PhD investigated mechanisms through which probiotics might prevent eczema, and most recently wrote a series of reports for the Food Standards Agency on the relationship between diet during pregnancy and infancy and allergic or autoimmune diseases. Dr Boyle works as joint Co-ordinating Editor for Cochrane Skin at the University of Nottingham, and is involved in the BEEP trial of emollients for preventing eczema and other allergic diseases. In this talk he will discuss the relationship between eczema and food allergy, explore some common myths and pitfalls in eczema management, and highlight new interventions for preventing and managing eczema.
Dr Finbar McGrady
Dr McGrady is currently a Clinical Teaching Fellow in the Centre for Medical Education at QUB; GPwSI Dermatology, Southern Trust, NI; Sessional GP and Clinical Lead for Practice Based learning at the Federation Support unit.
He has been involved in reform of elective dermatology services in Northern Ireland and establishment of a photo triage service.
Dr McGrady established GP Dermoscopy NI in 2014 and run educational events on dermoscopy and lesion recognition. He was awarded best Poster Prize at World Congress of Dermoscopy in Thessaloniki, Greece in June, 2018 for his work in education of GPs in lesion recognition.
Dr Manjit Kuar
Having completed her undergraduate training at the University of Nottingham with honors in 2000, Dr Kaur completed her general medical training in the West Midlands and obtained membership of the Royal College of Physicians, London in 2003.
Since then she has exclusively worked in Dermatology and obtained full accreditation as a Consultant Dermatologist in 2008. She has worked as an honorary consultant at the world famous ‘St Johns Institute of Dermatology’ in London where she nurtured an interest in hair and scalp disorders, medical dermatology and photodermatology. Since 2009, she has worked as a Consultant Dermatologist at Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and has been committed to improving care for patients – especially those with hair disease.
She has authored 28 publications in peer reviewed journals and regularly participates in clinical research She is a founding member of the British Hair and Nail Society, and taught on the inaugural training course. She runs a specialist tertiary referral alopecia service, helped write patient information on hair disease for the British Association of Dermatologists, and has written the specialist registrar national training curriculum for hair disease.
She regularly lectures on dermatology topics locally, regionally snd nationally. She works privately at Spire Little Aston Hospital in Sutton Coldfield, and the London Hair and Skin Clinic.