31 October 2017
Written by Mr James Parker, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Philip Laws at Spire include:
I qualified from Manchester Medical School in 2004 and completed junior doctor training in and around Manchester. I subsequently undertook my specialist dermatology training in Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester. During this time I undertook a fellowship in Medical Education, which included a Diploma in Medical Education. Following this I moved to Toronto, Canada, to gain additional training as a fellow in Advanced Medical Dermatology.
Following this I returned to the UK where I have been working as a consultant since 2014 in Leeds. Within this role I undertake a weekly complex medical dermatology clinic (including connective tissue diseases), skin cancer clinic and psoriasis clinic. In addition I am the dermatology lead for cutaneous lymphoma.
I have a diverse research interest in inflammatory skin diseases and have a number of active clinical research activities on going at present. I am also a keen medical educator and oversee undergraduate dermatology training for the University of Leeds.
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BSc (Hons) / University of York / 1999
Bachelor of Science - Biochemistry
MBChB / Manchester / 2004
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MRCP (Derm) / London / 2011
Membership Royal College of Physicians
Royal College Physicians, London
British Association of Dermatologists
British Society for Medical Dermatology
Multidisciplinary Team Lead, Skin Lymphoma Service
Education lead for undergraduate dermatology training, University of Leeds
Consultant Dermatologist and honorary senior lecturer, Leeds NHS Teaching Hospitals TrustBack to top
I grew up in the North East and completed studies in Biochemistry in York before moving to Manchester to undertake medical training. I live in Leeds with my wife and two young boys. When I get the chance I enjoy a wide range of sports including cycling, although sadly I don't get out on my bike as often as I would like!Back to top