Research

Dr Tang Shim

Dr Tang ShimDr Shim is Consultant Dermatologist at University Hospital in Coventry. He studied at the Queen’s University of Belfast, and trained in general dermatology in Belfast and as part of the West Midlands specialist training rotation. At the end of his specialist training he was awarded the Sir John Fisher Foundation Clinical Research Fellowship (MD research degree registered with Imperial College, London) to study male genital skin disease.

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Dr Sacha Goolamali

Dr Sacha GoolamaliResearch into skin cancer, skin disease in the immunosuppressed and male genital dermatoses
Dr Goolamali is a Consultant Dermatologist at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading. He graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine, London in 2000. He underwent his training in Dermatology in London, initially at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital (C&W), before becoming a Specialist registrar at King’s College Hospital and the St John’s Institute of Dermatology at St Thomas’ Hospital. On completing specialist training in 2010, he was appointed to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital as a Senior Dermatology Clinical Research Fellow. Through national, open and peer-reviewed competition, he was awarded the prestigious British Skin Foundation research fellowship (2010-2012). He has undertaken research as part of an MD under the auspices of Imperial College looking at the role of HPV and immunogenotype in non-melanoma skin cancer/pre-cancer in HIV. This work continued whilst appointed by the C&W Trust as a locum Consultant Dermatologist (2011-2013). This project has been kindly supported by START and we believe the study is the largest of its kind in the world.

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Dr Phil Doiron

Dr Phil DoironPhilip Doiron is a Canadian dermatologist who is pursuing a Fellowship in HIV Dermatology & Male Genital Skin Disease with Professor Christopher Bunker based at the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. His research project focuses on concomitant viral nucleic acid sequences found in melanoma from patients with HIV or other forms of immunosuppression. His research extends work done on non-melanoma skin cancers in immunosuppressed patients by other recipients of support from START.

 

Dr Okoya Anderson

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Mahmood Zieda

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Marianne Noy

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