Harley Street Dermatology
Dr Abha Gulati is a UK-trained consultant dermatologist. She studied medicine at University College London where she was also awarded a first class honours degree in Physiology and Pharmacology. She has been practising dermatology since 2003 which has included training at a number of London’s teaching hospitals including Bart’s Health, Hammersmith & Ealing, Chelsea & Westminster and University College Hospitals.
Her dermatology training included a PhD study at QMUL exploring the early changes in skin cancer development and impact of common treatments. She has also held the prestigious post of National Institute of Health Research (NIHR)-funded Academic Clinical Lecturer at QMUL during which she explored ways of improving education and early recognition of skin cancers. You can find more information on Dr Gulati’s published scientific papers, reviews and case studies below.
She is currently the lead clinician for skin cancer services and dermatology teaching lead at Homerton University Hospital. She is an active member of the British Association of Dermatologists Skin Cancer Prevention Committee and British Society for Skin Care of Immunocompromised Individuals (BSSCII). She is also a MRCP examiner.
She also has over 10years experience in all aspects of general dermatology in adults and children and consults on all aspects of skin disease including acne, skin cancer, eczema, psoriasis and allergy.
Thursday 9am - 1pm
Is an online skin cancer toolkit an effective way to educate primary care physicians about skin cancer diagnosis and referral? Gulati A, Harwood CA, Rolph J et al. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol, 29: 2152–2159
Key differences identified between actinic keratosis and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma by transcriptome profiling. Lambert S, Mladkova N, Gulati A, et al. Br J Cancer 2014 21;110(2):520-9
Metastatic cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma shows frequent deletion in the protein tyrosine phosphatase receptor Type D gene. Lambert S, Harwood C, Purdie K, Gulati A, et al . Int J Cancer. 2012;131 (3):216-26
Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Array Analysis Defines a Specific Genetic Fingerprint for Well-Differentiated Cutaneous SCCs. Purdie K, Harwood CA, Gulati A et al. JID 2009; 129, 1562–1568
Palisaded neutrophilic granulomatous dermatitis associated with systemic lupus erythematosus presenting with the burning rope sign. Gulati A, Paige D, Yaqoob M et al. JAAD 2009 Jul 2.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging with gadolinium enhancement in renal failure: a need for caution. Gulati A, Harwood CA, Raftery M et al. IJD 2008 Sept;47 (9):947-9.
Specialist dermatology clinics for organ transplant recipients significantly improve compliance with photoprotection and levels of skin cancer awareness. Ismail F, Mitchell L, Casabonne D, Gulati A et al. BJD 2006 Nov;155(5):916-25.