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Dr Olivia Dolan is a Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological/Mohs’ Surgeon at The Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast. She qualified in medicine at Queens University Belfast and after general medical training, completed a research fellowship and dermatology speciality training in Belfast. Following this she undertook a subspecialty clinical fellowship in Cutaneous Oncology and Dermatological Surgery at the Department of Dermatology and Cancer Centre, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.
She is the Clinical Lead for the Northern Ireland Melanoma and Complex Skin Cancer Network and is Chairperson and Lead Clinician for the Northern Ireland Specialist Skin Cancer MDT.
Dr Dolan is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research. She is a past Honorary Secretary of the Irish Association of Dermatologists and a current member of the British Association of Dermatologists skin cancer sub- committee and NICE guideline development group for the management of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma. Her specialist interests are Mohs’ Micrographic Surgery, melanoma and the epidemiology of skin cancer.
Dr John Mckenna is a Consultant Dermatologist and Mohs Micrographic Surgeon at the University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust, England.
He did his Medical degree at the University of Glasgow, qualifying in 1999. He then returned to Belfast where he did most of his post graduate medical training and specialist dermatology training.
He did an additional 12 month sub-specialist fellowship in complex skin cancer surgery and Mohs Micrographic Surgery in Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London in 2007. Following this he took up his NHS Consultant post in Leicester in 2008, where he established and continues to lead the Mohs Micrographic Surgery service for the region.
He is the Skin Cancer Lead for the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) for the East Midlands region in England and has been the local Principal Investigator for multiple NIHR adopted national studies. These have been in the fields of psoriasis, rosacea, pyoderma, and skin cancer wound healing. He is currently Principal Investigator for studies in the fields of melanoma and basal cell carcinoma.
He treats adults and children with a wide variety of skin problems, as well as operating on complex facial skin cancers.
Dr Collette McCourt MB BCh, MRCP (UK) (Derm) is a Consultant Dermatologist in the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. She undertook specialist training in immunodermatology in Vancouver, Canada prior to taking up her consultant position in Belfast. Her specialist interests include treating adult patients with acne, skin cancer, psoriasis, eczema and connective tissue disease. In addition, she performs minor surgical procedures including skin biopsies and cryotherapy. She has a strong interest in medical education and research and has co-authored text book chapters and has published papers in peer-reviewed publications in both medical education and dermatology.
MBChB University of Manchester 2001
PhD in Genetics and Molecular Medicine 2014
PGDip in Skin Ageing and Aesthetic Medicine 2016
Dr Clements graduated from the University of Manchester in 2001 and began her dermatology training at the Dermatology Centre at Salford Royal Hospital in 2005. She then trained at St John’s Institute of Dermatology based at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals in London. She spent a further 3 years conducting research in genetic skin disease and obtained a PhD in Genetics and Molecular Medicine from the University of London. Dr Clements underwent her dermatology specialist training in Belfast and is a Consultant Dermatologist at the Belfast City Hospital.
Dr Clements’ research led to numerous peer-reviewed publications and she has presented at national and international dermatology and scientific meetings. She was awarded the Burrows Cup for Best Laboratory Research at the Irish Association of Dermatologists meeting in 2012. Dr Clements also has in interest in cosmetic dermatology and cutaneous laser surgery, and recently completed a 2-year Postgraduate Diploma in Skin Ageing and Aesthetic Medicine from the University of Manchester in 2016.
Consultant Plastic Surgeon (appointed 2009)- Northern Ireland Plastic and Maxillofacial Service, The Ulster Hospital, Dundonald
Mr Lannon has a special interest in Head and Neck Oncology, including Oral Cancer and Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery
Ms Claire Black- Consultant Plastic Surgeon (Appointed 2006), Northern Ireland Plastic and Maxillofacial Service
Ms Black has been a Consultant Plastic Surgeon in the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust since her appointment in April 2012.
-Royal Victoria Hospital (RVH)
-Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children
Ms Black has completed Clinical Fellowships in St Andrews Centre for Plastic Surgery & Burns, as well as Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.
Ms Black’s current post is within the regional burns unit and regional childrens’ hospital but her post also involves provision of support for orthopaedic, general, vascular, cardiothoracic, neuro and paediatric surgery dealing with complex wounds and soft tissue reconstruction
Mr Lewis is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon based at the Ulster Hospital Dundonald and the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children since his appointment in 2003. Following qualifying from medical school in 1989 at QUB, he became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons both In Edinburgh and Ireland in 1993 and an Intercollegiate Specialty Fellow FRCS(Plast) in 2001.
Mr Lewis is a member and previous council member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, a member of the The British Hand Society and Irish Hand Society. His main areas of interest are in Skin Oncology, Adult and Paediatric Hand Surgery, Microvascular surgery and limb reconstruction.
Mr Tohill graduated with MB BCh BAO from Queen’s University in 1997 having been previously awarded First Class Honours in Therapeutics and Pharmacology in 1995. Upon completion of his Houseman’s year in the Mater Infirmorium Hospital he entered core surgical training in Belfast. During this time, he developed an interest in plastic and reconstructive surgery and decided to commit to pursuing a career in this highly competitive specialty. Mr Tohill moved to London in 2001 and was appointed as a Research Fellow in the internationally-renowned Blond McIndoe Laboratories based in the Royal Free and University College London Medical School.
Archibald McIndoe was a pioneering plastic surgeon of the WWII era and developed many techniques to treat severely burned air crew from the RAF and Commonwealth air forces. His patients formed the ‘Guinea Pig Club’ which have been the subject of many books and TV programmes. Mr Tohill developed techniques for nerve regeneration during his research and published and presented his findings nationally and internationally. He received a PhD upon completion of his work from University College London. Following his research Mr Tohill entered higher surgical training in plastic surgery and was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in 2009. He completed his training with fellowships in Frenchay Park Hospital, Bristol and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London. During this time, he gained advanced training in breast reconstruction, lower limb trauma, head and neck reconstruction and microsurgery.
Upon completion of his training in 2011 Mr Tohill moved to Scotland following appointment as a consultant plastic surgeon to Ninewells Hospital and Medical School in Dundee. He later moved to an appointment in the internationally recognised Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit in Glasgow, a unit which has made major contributions to the field of plastic surgery over the last 50 years. Mr Tohill returned to Belfast in January 2017 to take up an appointment in the Northern Ireland Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery Service based in the Ulster Hospital Dundonald.
His key areas of interest are in reconstructive microsurgery for breast reconstruction, skin cancer and medical education.
Miss Julie Reid is Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon, based in the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.
She graduated from Queens University Belfast Medical School in 1997 and was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine for her research in carotid artery disease. She completed her Fellowship examination in General Surgery with a subspecialist interest in Vascular Surgery, and spent a year in Leeds General Infirmary training in techniques to treat varicose veins.
She returned to take up her post in The Belfast Health and Social Care Trust in February 2010 and is the only female Vascular Surgeon in Northern Ireland
She offers treatments for all aspects of venous disease and has a large amount of experience in the latest minimally invasive techniques for treating varicose veins and thread veins.
Treatments offered in Belfast Skin Clinic are tailored to the patient’s specific needs whether that is cosmetic improvement, relief of symptoms or prevention of future complications such as bleeding and ulcers. These treatments include radiofrequency ablation, ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy and microsclerotherapy for thread veins.
For more information visit www.juliereidvascular.co.uk
Dr Michelle McHenry is a Consultant Rheumatologist at BHSCT, based at Musgrave Park Hospital and RVH, Belfast. Dr McHenry trained at Queen’s University, Belfast and completed her post-graduate training in Rheumatology in Northern Ireland and Dublin.
Dr McHenry is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer in Queens University Belfast and on the GMC Specialist Register for Rheumatology.
Dr McHenry is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, London and a member of both the British and Irish Societies of Rheumatology
Dr McHenry is Chair of the Regional Biologic Expert Group and convener of the Northern Ireland Regional Rheumatology Education Group meetings.
Dr McHenry interests include early diagnosis and treatment in adults of Inflammatory Arthritis, musculoskeletal ultrasound, the use of biologics and connective tissue diseases.