I am a UK qualiﬁed Consultant Dermatologist and I have been working at the world-renowned Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
I carried out dermatology specialist training in leading centres such as Saint John’s Institute of Dermatology and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. I received my PhD on psoriasis in a collaboration between Tuft’s University in Boston, USA and the University of Athens, Greece. I participate in international conferences and give teaching lectures to junior doctors. As a leading dermatologist, I have made strides into research and working with teams to improve ways in which skin conditions and especially hair disorders are treated. My research has appeared in several top scientific journals.
I am experienced in all aspects of adult general dermatology including acne, eczema, psoriasis, mole checks and cosmetic treatments. Additionally I have a specialist interest in hair and nail disorders and skin cancers including the treatment of benign lesions such as cysts, skin tags, benign moles and keloid scars.
I am recognised by all major UK health insurance providers.
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Dr Gabriela Petrof, MBBS, PhD | General adult dermatology, acne, pediatric dermatology
Dr Gabriela Petrof, MBBS, PhD is a fully qualified Consultant Dermatologist registered with the General Medical Council. Dr Petrof completed her specialist training at major teaching Dermatology Departments and was awarded a PhD in cell therapies for the genetic condition ‘Epidermolysis Bullosa’ as part of the Genetic Skin Disease Group, King’s College London. Dr Petrof’s research led to numerous publications in high impact factor journals and presentations at national and international meetings.
Dr Gabriela Petrof holds a substantive NHS consultant post at the world-renowned Great Ormond street hospital where she is part of the Nationally Commissioned Highly Specialised Service of Epidermolysis Bullosa.
Dr Petrof consults on all aspects of general dermatology and in diagnosis and management of children and babies with skin conditions. She has particular interest in inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema, skin infections, acne, birthmarks and genetic skin conditions.
Dr Petrof is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD), British Society of Paediatric Dermatology (BSPD) and British Society of Medical Dermatology (BSMD). She is a member of the BAD Therapy and Guidelines Committee.
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