Dr Nicholas Craven
BM Bch 1989 MRCP (UK) 1992 CCST 1999
Following pre-clinical training at Cambridge University and clinical training at Oxford University I qualified in medicine in 1989.
I subsequently trained in Dermatology in Manchester, and was a lecturer in dermatology at the University of Manchester from 1994 to 1999.
I spent some time in Paris training in the diagnosis and management of severe cutaneous drug eruptions. After seven years as a consultant dermatologist in East Lancashire I then moved to Macclesfield.
I'm a general dermatologist with interests in cutaneous drug reactions, skin cancer, dermoscopy and dermatological surgery.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Nicholas Craven at Spire include:
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