Dr. Emma Craythorne’s first series, The Bad Skin Clinic, starts in August on Quest Red. Dr. Emma and her team of experts are on a mission to solve complex skin conditions. They help people whose lives have been impeded by devastating disorders.
Emma is a Consultant Dermatologist, Dermatological and Laser Surgeon and Mohs Micrographic Surgeon at the St Johns Institute of Dermatology at Guys and St Thomas Hospital NHS Trust and is Lead of the Specialist Skin Cancer Multi-Disciplinary Team.
She also has established a successful private practice at 152 Harley street where she has created a bespoke, highly functional space for treating patients with complex procedural dermatology needs and for those requiring Mohs Micrographic surgery.
Originally from Northern Ireland she moved to Scotland to study Medicine and Surgery. She completed her postgraduate Medical specialist training in Edinburgh to become a member of the Royal College of Physicians. Her 4-year specialist training in all aspects of Dermatology at Kings College Hospital, London enabled her to join the specialist General Medical Councils register as a Consultant Dermatologist.
Emma is actively involved with multiple national and international research projects focused on skin cancer, scarring and non-surgical cosmetic procedures and has published these extensively in peer-reviewed scientific journals. She is also the Lead for Quality at the. St Johns Institute of Dermatology.
She is regularly invited to lecture throughout the world as a keynote speaker at conferences and courses. She has published her work in numerous scientific journals; Authored multiple book chapters including her own complete textbook of dermatology, Pocket Tutor Dermatology.
Emma is the current President of the British Cosmetic Dermatology Group, the treasurer of the St Johns Dermatological Society, and is a Trustee for the Cosmetic practice standards authority.
Outside of work, she loves to travel and see as much of the world as possible; spend time with friends in the beautiful English countryside; most of all she is a mother to 3 young children and enjoys family time, playing and learning about the world again through their eyes.
Dr Emma Craythorne’s agent is Fiona Kimbell, who can be contacted at [email protected]ent.com