Dr Alvin Lee MBBS (HK) MSc (Lond.) PGDPD (Card.) DTM&H (Lond.) PGDipDerm (Glas.) MRCP (UK) (Dermatology) is a fully qualified, UK trained (CCST) dermatologist. He studied and obtained his Master of Science in Clinical Dermatology in 2005, under King’s College London, at the prestigious St John’s Institute of Dermatology. His graduation thesis was on “Lasers in Dermatology”. In 2008, he was appointed as the teaching fellow for Queen Mary University of London. He was one of the many teachers responsible for educating aspiring doctors from different parts of the world (including Australia, Africa, New York and Hong Kong) who studied for the postgraduate diploma in clinical dermatology. He was an examiner for the undergraduate final year medical students, as well as given clinical teaching and lectures, in particular, acne and eczema.
Dr Alvin Lee was trained in Wessex, worked most closely with the University Hospital Southampton, a tertiary referral centre for dermatology in the region. Apart from general dermatology, he received in-depth and extensive training in advance cutaneous surgery, dermatopathology, atopic eczema, psoriasis, cutaneous lymphoma and paediatric dermatology. He has given numerous local, and national presentations and his research interest was in “Microwave & cryotherapy induced histological, immunological & cytotoxic changes in human skin” and “Squamous cell carcinoma of the pinna: which histological features could be used to predict prognosis?”
He has worked as a consultant dermatologist in many secondary and tertiary dermatology referral centres and is currently working as a Substantive Consultant Dermatologist at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists, International Society of Dermatopathology, British Society of Dermatopathology, Royal College of Physicians, British Medical Association and regional Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
His academic and working experience allows him to provide a world class, high quality patient-centred and tailored approach to a diversity of patients.