Dr Manuraj Singh is a Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatopathologist at St Georges University Hospital London. He graduated from King’s College London School of Medicine as one of the top students in his year, having won many academic distinctions and prizes. He was Proxime accessit to the University of London Gold Medal and was awarded the prestigious Jelf Medal, as the student who most distinguished himself during his undergraduate career. He trained in Dermatology and Dermatopathology at St John's Institute of Dermatology, Barts and The London NHS Foundation Trust and the Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr Singh was granted a prestigious Medical Research Council Clinical Training Research Fellowship to undertake a PhD on varicella zoster virus infection at the Centre for Cutaneous Research, Queen Mary University of London. He has presented his research nationally and internationally and was awarded a prize by the British Association of Dermatologists for the best PhD thesis.
Dr Singh’s main clinical and research interests are in skin cancer, skin infections and Dermatopathology. He runs a skin cancer clinic for immunosuppressed patients and runs the emergency Dermatology clinic, where he sees patients with severe eczema, psoriasis, drug eruptions, skin infections and blistering disorders. He also performs minor operations including skin biopsies and mole excisions.
He has a special interest in Dermatopathology, a field that is particularly important for correct patient diagnosis and management and has been awarded both the DipRCPath (Dermatopathology) and the ICDP-UEMS Board Certifying Examination for Special Qualification in Dermatopathology.
Dr Singh teaches medical students, dermatology trainees and GPs and was recently awarded a “Certificate of Commendation for Excellent Teaching” at St George’s Hospital. He is an examiner for the MSc in Clinical Dermatology at Kings College London and has taught GPs for the Diploma in Dermatology at Barts and The London.