Allergy patch testing for eczemaVasculitis and connective tissue disordersMedical (non-surgical) treatment of all types of skin, hair and nail problemsClinical Director at Norwich and Clinical Vice President for the British Association of Dermatologists, delivering efficient and safe dermatology care in Norwich and the UK
Encouraging Clinical research into new therapies across the UK as dermatology lead for the National Institute for Health ResearchInvestigating how the history of medicine can improve current careNon-surgical treatment of skin cancers
Clinical Director Dermatology Department, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS TrustHonorary Senior Lecturer, Norwich Medical SchoolHonorary Associate Professor University of Grenada
Fellow Royal College of Physicians of LondonClinical Vice President British Association of Dermatologists from July 2014President British Society for Medical Dermatology to July 2014Acting Dermatology lead for the National Institute of Health Research
Dr Nick Levell trained in internal medicine at Manchester. He did research for his MD thesis in dermatology in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and then worked as a Senior Registrar in Dermatology at the University College London Hospital. He was appointed a consultant in Norwich in 1995.
Nick was born in Yorkshire and educated at Leeds Grammar School. He has two children and enjoys most sports particularly running and cycling with friends. He likes travel to meet people and sample local food, drink and music.
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