Rachael Morris-Jones has been a dermatology consultant for 12 years – initially at King's College Hospital and now at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
She has expertise in adult and paediatric dermatology. She takes part in skin cancer screening clinics, general adult and general paediatric clinics, cutaneous infection clinic weekly (and once per month with ID consultant Anna Goodman), local skin cancer MdM, local paediatric MdM.
She has a keen interest in medical education and has several roles within the GKT School of Medical Education – including deputy head of phase 4 and associate clinical dean.
Education and training
- University of North Wales – joint degree in Marine Biology/parasitology BSc (2i) 1988
Medical Degree – Cardiff Medical School MBBch (with honours) 1994
MRCP London – 1998
Higher dermatology training St John's Institute of Dermatology London 1999-2006
Wellcome Training Fellowship 2002-2005
PhD London 2005 (cutaneous infection related to fungal disease)
Certificate of Completion of Dermatology training 2007
FRCP – 2008
ABC of Dermatology (7th edition) published September 2019
100 Cases in Dermatology
Tropical Dermatology chapter in Manson's Textbook of Tropical medicine (in press)
Rooks Textbook of Dermatology Cutaneous Bacterial Infections, chapter
Antifungal Drugs chapters in Systemic Drug Treatment in Dermatology (2nd Edition)
Dermatologist Tested (myth busting skin book for the public) 2018
- over 100 publications in the peer-reviewed literature.
Teacher of the Year – King's College London (winner 2014)
Tel: 020 7188 6399
Email: [email protected]
- Cutaneous infection
paediatric dermatology including atopic eczema.
Last updated: December 2020