Pre-Conference Sessions

All pre-conference session have an additional fee and will be available from Monday 5th July 2021

FREE national one day programme aimed at medical students & FY doctors who are  interested in a career  in  dermatology

Life as a Moh’s Surgery
Dr Natalia Spierings (London)
Paediatric dermatology
Dr George Millington (Norwich)
Acute dermatology
Dr Richard Watchorn (London)
Dermatology on the ward
Dr Ewa Kloczko (Edinburgh)
Careers Panel
Hair and Nails
Dr Abby MacBeth (Norwich)
Dr John Goulding (Birmingham)
Skin of Colour
Dr Sharon Belmo (London)
Transition from trainee to consultant
Dr Amr Salam (London)
Skin infections
Dr Rachael Morris-Jones (London)
Skin of colour
Dr Sharon Belmo (London)
Advances in Paediatric Dermatology
Dr Helen Goodyear (Birmingham)
Cases from the Photodermatology Clinic
Dr Bob Sarkany (London)
An update on sun protection
Dr Andrew Birnie (Canterbury)
Dermatological manifestations of Metal exposure – Raising awareness
Dr Rabi Nambi (Derby)
Biopsy Tips and Pearls for the Best Diagnosis: “When you hear Hoofbeats, think Horses, not Zebras”
Dr Catherine Stefanato (London)
Crash Course: Dermoscopy of Melanoma and Non-melanoma Skin Cancers
Dr Vieri Grandi (Florence, Italy)
A practical approach to vulval disease
Dr Fiona Lewis (London)
Male genital dermatology
Dr Richard Turner (Oxford)

8th Annual Dermatopathology Self-Assessment
Virtual Course 2021

• 36 self-assessment dermatopathology cases with MCQs available to view online now
• For registered participants, there will be detailed presentations of all of the cases with answers and differential diagnoses from our speakers available from July 2021.
• Registration fees: BSD or BAD members £70. Trainees £40. Non members £100.
• Registration for the 2021 BSD Virtual Self-Assessment is now open:
• To join the BSD (£15 per year) please follow this link:
• The BSD self-assessment includes international speakers from the MD Anderson Texas, the National Skin Centre Singapore, the University of Witwatersrand Johannesburg
• Aimed at dermatopathologists, general histopathologists, dermatologists and senior trainees
• Also excellent as preparation for the FRCPath Part 2 or the RCPath Diploma in Dermatopathology
• For registered participants, 7 RCPath CPD points applied for

The BSD 2021 Self-assessment speakers:
Dr Rokiah Ali (The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust)
Dr Asok Biswas (Western General Hospital, Edinburgh)
Dr David Cundell (The Royal Wolverhampton)
Prof Wayne Grayson (University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg)
Dr Nitin Khirwadkar (Royal Liverpool University Hospitals)
Dr Joyce Lee (National Skin Centre, Singapore)
Dr Tim Palmer (Leeds Teaching Hospitals)
Dr Victor Prieto (MD Anderson, Texas)
Dr Alistair Robson (Portugal)
Prof Gerald Saldanha (University Hospitals of Leicester)

View the cases and MCQs for the 8th BSD Virtual Self-Assessment course now via this link:

Registration for the British Society for Dermatopathology Virtual Self-Assessment course is now open. Register here:

Dr Piu Banerjee with Prof Tony Bewley and Dr Nuala O’Donoghue 
Inspirational speaker
Prof Parveen Kumar (London)
Burned Out and Beaten up? How to acquire resilience
Prof Tony Bewley (London)
Wellbeing Support
Dr Reena Shah (London)
Essential Management and Leadership skills for Dermatology Consultants
Prof Nick Levell (Norwich)
Wellbeing session of Mindfulness
Imelda McQuaid
Recognising and dealing with/difficult/bullying colleagues
Michael Walsh (London)
Wellbeing session of basic yoga
Gee Gahir

Live Programme

Tuesday 6th July 2021

Time Speaker Details
08:45 – 08:52 Neutrophilic eccrine hidradenitis secondary to antipsychotic use
Z. Haider, A. Abdullah and S. Garai
08:52 – 08:59 Myeloma-associated light-chain amyloidosis presenting with nail dystrophy and scleroderma-like skin changes
C. Drumm, M. O’Reilly and Marina O’Kane
08:59 – 09:06 A presentation of symmetrical drug-related intertriginous and flexural exanthema associated with postexposure prophylaxis
D. Roche and C. Hackett
09:06 – 09:13 IgA pemphigus, lymphomatoid papulosis and anaplastic large-cell lymphoma presenting in the same patient: is there a link or is it bad luck?
I. Vandormael, F. Child, R. Groves, U. Mohite and S. Kamath
09:13 – 09:20 An unusual case of comedones
S. Haywood, R. Barker and S. Walton
09:20 – 09:27 Oral mycosis fungoides: a rare clinical entity
K. Molloy, S. Odedra, B. Vydianath, S. Chaganti, J. Yoo and J. Scarisbrick
09:27 – 09:34 Solving a SOX10 riddle: an unusual and rare case of malignant triton tumour mimicking melanoma
W. Khan, G. Leopold, N. Ponnambath and R. Goodwin
09:34 – 09:41 A case of cutaneous malakoplakia: a pain in the neck
F. Po-Chao Chiu, K. Hajkowicz, T. Taheri, D. McCrystal and K. Rodins
09:41 – 09:48 Scurvy masquerading as bullous cutaneous vasculitis in an institutionalized patient
M. Shetty, E. Stefanati and F. Kubba
09:48 – 09:55 Mediterranean masquerade: clinicopathogenetic analysis of an unusual presentation
L. Kiely, C. O’Connor, C. Heffron, D. Costello, J. Ryan and M. Bennett
09:55 – 10:02 An unusual case of vulval ulceration
I. Vandormael and J. Hughes
10:02 – 10:09 Eosinophilic dermatosis of haematological malignancy
M. Lavery, S. Enn Low and K. Macbeth
10:09 – 10:16 Two cases of trimethoprim-induced drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms
A. Connolly, S. Wash, M. Philippidou, J. Salisbury and D. Creamer
10:16 – 10:23 Histological and direct immunofluorescence pattern in Schamberg disease: an analytical study
V. Loniker, S. Gupta, Balachandran C and R. Rao
10:23 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 11:45 Joint BAD/BSD Neil Smith Lecture
Cutaneous Infectious Diseases: An Update
Prof Wayne Grayson (Fourways, South Africa)
Time Speaker Details
15:00 – 15:30 Keynote Lecture
Racism in Medicine
Prof Mala Rao (London, UK)
15:30 – 16:00 Keynote Lecture
Pathophysiology of Chronic Urticaria
Prof Markus Magerl (Berlin, Germany)
16:00 – 16:30 Keynote Lecture
Through genetics to global awareness – advocacy for a neglected skin disease
Prof Gail Davey (Brighton, UK)
16:30 – 17:00 Keynote Lecture
Minoxidil for hair loss. How to make it work.
Prof Rodney Sinclair (Melbourne, Australia)

This is for BAD members only and a separate link will be sent.

Tuesday 6th July at 18:30
Benjamin will be live on the virtual platform on Tuesday 6th July at 18:30 and will be introduced by the BAD Clinical Vice President, Dr Piu Banerjee. All BAD2021 attendees are invited to login live and listen to ‘The Life
and Rhymes of Benjamin Zephaniah’. This will be followed by a live Q&A.
Benjamin Zephaniah is probably one of the most high-profile international authors writing today, with an enormous breadth of appeal, equally popular with adults and children. Most well-known for his performance
poetry with a political edge for adults and ground-breaking performance poetry for children, Benjamin has also written several novels for teenagers. Benjamin has his own rap/reggae band and has appeared on Desert Island Discs. He travels the world speaking about his books and poetry.

Following Benjamin Zephaniah’s talk all attendees
are then invited to interact virtually on the social area
platform. Wonder is a space where you can connect to
others in a more spontaneous and fluid way. You move
around freely between groups. It’s fun and energizing
and we hope you will catch up with lots of friends and

Wednesday 7th July 2021


Speaker details
08:45 – 09:00 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people with psoriasis: findings from a global patient-reported registry
S. Mahil, M. Yates, Z. Yiu, S. Langan, T. Tsakok, N. Dand, K. Mason, H. McAteer, F. Meynell, B. Coker, A. Vincent, D. Urmston, A. Vesty, J. Kelly, C. Lancelot, L. Moorhead, H. Bachelez, F. Capon, C. Romina Contreras, C. De La Cruz, P. Di Meglio, P. Gisondi, D. Jullien, J. Lambert, L. Naldi, S. Norton, L. Puig, P. Spuls, T. Torres, R. Warren, H. Waweru, J. Weinman, C. Griffiths, J. Barker, M. Brown, J. Galloway and C. Smith
09:00 – 09:15 Doxycycline in the management of bullous pemphigoid: real-world data from a specialist centre
D. Micallef and K.E. Harman
09:15 – 09:35 Invited Lecture
Immunobullous diseases
Prof Michael Hertl (Marburg, Germany)
09:35 – 09:50 A randomized controlled trial to the compare efficacy and safety of apremilast and methotrexate in patients with palmoplantar psoriasis
K.T. Soufila, V. Thakur, T. Narang, S. Dogra and S. Handa
09:50 – 10:10 Invited Lecture
Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus: what is new in its pathogenesis and management
Dr Victoria Werth (Pennsylvania, USA)
10:10 – 10:40 Break
10:40 – 10:55 The burden of immune-mediated skin disease in inpatients with HIV/AIDS
A. Ji-Xu, D. Lei, K. Nguyen, J. Yang, M. Erickson, K. Cheng, S. Worswick and N. Maloney
10:55 – 11:10 Antibody responses to single-dose SARS-CoV-2 vaccination in patients receiving immunomodulators for immune-mediated inflammatory disease
Z. Littlewood, A. Al-Janabi, C. Griffiths, H. Hunter, H. Chinoy, C. Moriarty, Z. Yiu and R. Warren
11:10 – 11:25 Dapsone therapy for hidradenitis suppurativa: a retrospective review of characteristics and treatment outcomes in 122 patients in a tertiary dermatology setting over the last 6 years
M. Steyn, S. Ayis, J. O’Connor, M. Kaur Lakhan, F. Ferguson, A. Shah and E. Rashidghamat
11:25 – 11:45 Invited Lecture
Dr Cate Orteu (London)
11:45 – 12:05 Invited Lecture
Patient perspective talk on severe eczema
Time Speaker Details
13:30-13:35 Welcome & Introduction
Prof Chris Griffiths & Dr Claire Fuller
13:35-13:55 Invited Speaker
NIHR 5 S Foundation – (The Social Sciences for Severe Stigmatizing Skin Conditions Foundation) – Ending Neglect for podoconiosis, scabies and mycetoma
Prof Gail Davey (Brighton)
13:55-14:10 Invited Speaker
The state of dermatology training in Africa – where we are now, a template for understanding the global situation
Prof Anisa Mosam (Durban, South Africa)
14:10-14:25 Invited Speaker
GLODERM Trainee Committee – the impact of a trainee driven global virtual teaching initiative
Dr Sidra Khan (Manchester)
14:25-14:40 Invited Speaker
The International Alliance for the Control of Scabies – and World Scabies Programme – Getting a grip on control
Dr Michael Marks (London)
14:40-14:55 Leprosy-related disability in India: highlighting the gender gap
D. Chandler
14:55-15:10 Fiji albinism project: raising awareness and destigmatizing albinism in Fiji
E. Welch, M.J. Whitfeld, J. Yeon, M. Tuicakau, M. Shree, S. Leaware, U. Singh and M. Kama
15:10-15:25 Pellagra in low-income settings: can we prevent it?
I. Navarro-Fernandez, E. Mateche, I. Vilanova-Urdaniz, and C. Galvan-Casas
15:25-15:30 Final Comments
Time Speaker Details
16:00 – 16:30 Keynote Speaker
Atopic Dermatitis: the tale of a success story
Dr Emma Guttman (New York, USA)
16:30 – 16:50 Invited Lecture
Beyond The Fitzpatrick Skin Classification System: A Proposal for a Novel Human Skin Colour Classification System
Dr Ophelia Dadzie (London UK) & Members of the BAD Dermatological Lexicon Group
16:50 – 17:10 Invited Lecture
Too little hair
Dr Matthew Harries (Manchester, UK)
17:10 – 17:30 Invited Lecture
HLRCC syndrome, a patient’s perspective
17:30 – 18:00 Keynote Speaker
Pigmented lesions of the oral cavity
Prof Janellen Smith (Irvine, California, USA)

Thursday 8th July 2021

08:45 – 09:00Mosaic BRAF fusions are a recurrent cause of multiple congenital melanocytic naevi

Time Speaker details
08:30 – 08:45 Clive Archer Fellowship Award Winner
  The genetic and functional basis of three inherited palmoplantar keratodermas
  Dr Thiviyani Maruthappu (London)
08:45 – 09:00 Mosaic BRAF fusions are a recurrent cause of multiple congenital melanocytic naevi
  S. Polubothu, S. Barberan-Martin, D. Bryant, D. Zecchin, R. Goldstone, J. Ong, N. Bulstrode and V. Kinsler
09:00 – 09:20 Invited Lecture
  Dermatology is not just a visual speciality: the science of decision-making and its impact on healthcare services
  Prof Minal Singh (Manchester)
09:20 – 09:35 A UK case series of BRCA1-associated protein-1 inactivated melanocytic tumours from a tertiary referral centre: a marker for familial melanoma
  H. Smith, E. Blakeway, A. Muinonen-Martin, B. Matthew, W. Merchant, S. Schirwan and A. Mitra
09:35 – 09:50 Seven important criteria for the diagnosis of psoriasis in children: the results of a large UK multicentre diagnostic accuracy study (DIPSOC study)
  E. Burden-Teh, R. Murphy, S. Gran, T. Nijsten, C. Hughes, A. Abdul-Wahab, A. Bewley, N. Burrows, S. Darne, J.E. Gach, R. Katugampola, C.S. Jury, K.-H. Kuet, J. Llewellyn, T. McPherson, J. Ravenscroft, S. Taibjee, C. Wilkinson and K.S. Thomas
09:50 – 10:45 Break
10:45 – 11:00 Uraemic pruritus: examining the symptom and its management in haemodialysis patients
  F. Lynch, A. Boyle, L. Redahan and F.J. Moloney
11:00 – 11:20 Invited Lecture
  Using research to build a more successful department
  Prof Nick Levell (Norwich)
11:20 – 11:35 BSID best registrar paper
  Lactobacillus species activate the aryl-hydrocarbon receptor in skin to ameliorate psoriasiform inflammation
  W. Alwan, G. Barinaga, B. Stockinger, F. Nestle, J. Barker, D. Moyes, P. Di Meglio
11:35 – 11:55 Invited Lecture
  How can we improve primary care management of eczema
  Dr Miriam Santer (Southampton)
11:55 – 12:15 Invited Lecture
  Personality Disorders – How they influence skin conditions?
  Prof Uwe Gieler (Giessen, Germany)
Time Speaker Details
13:15 – 13:35 Invited Lecture 
It’s not just about skin, it’s the experience
Dr Alia Ahmed (Frimley)
13:35 – 13:55 Invited Lecture
The importance of dermatologists in moving “towards zero leprosy”
Dr Stephen Walker (London)
13:55 – 14:15 Invited Lecture
New Registrar Curriculum
Dr Tamara Griffiths (Manchester)
14:15 – 14:35 Invited Lecture
A beginner’s guide to Transgender Medicine, what every dermatologist needs to know!
Prof Kieron Leslie (San Francisco, USA)
14:35 – 15:20 Arthur Rook Oration
What did the 100,000 Genomes Project ever do for us?
Prof Celia Moss (Birmingham)

This CPD session will encompass a variety of complex medical dermatology cases presented in a test-yourself format including an audience response system and panel discussion of each case.

Learning Objectives

Following this session, the attendee should be able to:

  1. Visually identify and diagnose classic and atypical presentations of cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease.
  2. Select management options for complex medical dermatologic disease based on the best available evidence from the literature.
  3. Discuss the use of advanced systemic therapies for the management of refractory dermatologic conditions.

16.00 – 16.15           Case 1

16.15 – 16.30           Case 2

16.30 – 16.45           Case 3

16.45 – 17.00           Case 4

17.00 – 17.15           Case 5

17.15 – 17.30           Case 6

Special Interest Group and BAD Sub-Committee Sessions

All Special Interest Group and BAD Sub-Committee Sessions are part of the full meeting registration fee and available from Tuesday 6th July 2021

Guest Lecture
Dermatological clues to congenital insensitivity to pain
Prof Geoff Woods (Cambridge)

Guest Lecture
Primary immunodeficiencies and the skin
Dr Edward Cowen (Bethesda, Maryland, USA)

Guest Lecture
Paediatric mastocytoses
Dr Julie Schaffer (Hackensack, New Jersey, USA)

Guest Lecture
Netherton syndrome
Prof Suzanne Pasmans (Rotterdam, Netherlands)


Guest Lecture
Energy based devices in the management of acne scarring
Dr David Lim (Brisbane, Australia)
Guest Lecture
The Art and Science of Skin care
Dr Sam Bunting (London)
Dermatological issues in the transgender population: a review of the literature
A. Coulton and M. Devkota
A systematic review of laser treatment of verrucous epidermal naevi
W. Khan, A. Ibrahim, M. Javed, J. Willet, N. Ponnambath and R. Goodwin
Facial subcision and SkulptraTM cosmetic fillers: a damaging combination?
T. Tull, W. Alwan and E. Craythorne
Guest Lecture
Regenerating the Dermis: From Cell Therapy to Clinical Applications
Dr Magnus Lynch (London)
Guest Lecture
The future of training in Cosmetic Dermatology – Why mentorships matter
Dr Emma Craythorne (London)


Fibrosing alopecia in a pattern distribution: clinicopathological features and treatment response in 26 patients
R. Jerjen, J. Pinczewski, R. Sinclair and B. Bhoyrul
Recalcitrant scalp disease in dermatomyositis
A. Connolly, M. Philippidou, P. Gordon and D. Creamer
Guest Lecture
Dermoscopy of benign and malignant nail tumors
Dr Michela Starace (Bologna, Italy)
Systemic sclerosis and frontal fibrosing alopecia: a novel combination of scarring alopecia
B. Gaglani, N. Rouhani, C.M. Stefanato and A. Martinez
The status and outcomes of registered clinical trials for Janus kinase inhibitors in alopecia areata: are nonpublished trials being overlooked?
L. Steele, H.L. Lee, T. Maruthappu and E. O’Toole
Guest Lecture
New insights into the mechanism of action of minoxidil – Solving an enigma
Professor Rodney Sinclair (Melbourne, Australia)
Nondermatophyte onychomycosis and paronychia secondary to Aspergillus niger
T. Chohan, N. Heysa and A. Ilchyshyn
Retrospective analysis of the safety and appropriate use of 2,3-diphenylcyclopropenone in alopecia in a university teaching hospital
Z. Haider and A. Abdullah
Guest Lecture
Findings from SECURE-Alopecia: A Global COVID-19 Alopecia Registry
Dr Nekma Meah (Merseyside)


A randomized single-blinded prospective study to compare short incubation white light-emitting diode photodynamic therapy (PDT) with conventional PDT for the treatment of squamous cell carcinoma in situ
O. Tummon, E. NicDhonncha, R. Hellen, A. Havelin, J. Clowry, P. Collins and B. Moriarty
A prospective objective pilot study to assess the relationship between protoporphyrin IX fluorescence and skin surface temperature during photodynamic therapy
P. O’Mahoney, I. Samuel, E. Eadie and S. Ibbotson
Development of a validated self-report questionnaire of facial photoprotection in xeroderma pigmentosum
R. Sarkany, M. Canfield, J. Walburn and J. Weinman
Solar urticaria: a systematic review of clinical features and natural history in 851 cases
S. McSweeney, E. Kloczco, H. Fassihi, R. Sarkany, C. Tziotzios and J. McGrath
Guest Lecture
Phototriggered Connective Tissue Diseases
Dr Simon Meggitt (Newcastle)
Skin safety and efficacy of filtered far ultraviolet C for SARS-CoV-2 inactivation
E. Eadie, R.P. Hickerson, M.J. Conneely, R. Hammond, S.K.H. Tsutsumi, C.P. Cabrera, A. Wood, A.W. Longbottom, A.J. Parker, S.H. Ibbotson and K. Wood
Guest Lecture
Vitiligo in Light of the New Vitiligo Guidelines
Dr Ljuba Novakovic (London)
Using the Vitiligo Noticeability Scale in clinical trials and clinical practice: construct validity, interpretability, reliability and acceptability
J. Batchelor, S. Gran, P. Leighton, L. Howells, A. Montgomery, W. Tan and K. Thomas
Prescribing and using vitiligo treatments for limited active vitiligo: lessons from a nested process evaluation within the HI-Light Vitiligo randomized controlled trial
J. Batchelor, J. Chalmers, P. Leighton, V. Eleftheriadou, J. Ravenscroft, M. Santer, R. Haines, G. Meakin and K. Thomas
Patient-reported outcomes and phototherapy preassessment: an introduction to a new mobile phone-based system
M. Steyn, R. Sarkany,H. Fassihi, M. Sweeney and J. Ferguson
A review of proton pump inhibitor photosensitivity in a tertiary referral photodiagnostic centre
S. Butt, A. McMullan, R. Dawe and S. Ibbotson
La Roche-Posay and BPG Fellowship Award presentation

Prosser White Oration
Contact Allergy to Medical Devices from Acrylates, and Other Allergens
Prof Olivier Aerts (Antwerp, Belgium)

Guest Lecture
The history of contact dermatitis and its investigation
Prof David Gawkrodger (Sheffield)

Prosser White Oration

Contact Allergy to Medical Devices from Acrylates, and Other Allergens

Prof Olivier Aerts (Antwerp, Belgium)

An association between tosylamide/formaldehyde resin and formaldehyde contact allergy? Changing trends in allergic contact dermatitis to tosylamide/formaldehyde resin across a 38-year period from a tertiary dermatology centre

S. Ryan, I. White, J. McFadden and F. Ferguson

CD02 Cutaneous reactions to glucose sensors: is the problem stuck with us?

I. Narang, J. Smith and T.O. Bleiker

CD03 Benzisothiazolinone: new kid on the block

N. King, M. Wilkinson and F. Latheef

CD04 Sudocrem dermatitis: easily missed

L.F. Soriano and D.A. Buckley

CD05 Contact allergy in patients with lichen planus

S.P. Tan, F.J. Ferguson, I.R. White and J.P. McFadden

CD06 A case of pseudoangioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma due to a failed shoulder replacement

C. Holden and R. Sabroe

CD07 A survey of the incidence of skin problems in a cohort of hospital staff during the COVID-19 pandemic: can this help plan future services?

K. Lawlor, K. Ryan and M.M.U. Chowdhury

CD08 Occupational dermatoses during the second COVID-19 pandemic wave: an audit of 401 healthcare workers

J.M. Gao, R. Goiriz, S. Rajpopat and P. Goldsmith

CD09 A review of semi-virtual patch testing during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: practicalities and patient experience

C. Gollins, N. Rai, K. Conduit-Turner, A. Sinha and J. Sansom

Guest Lecture

The history of contact dermatitis and its investigation

Prof David Gawkrodger (Sheffield)


CD10 Two cases of follicular allergic contact dermatitis following the use of cyanoacrylate surgical glue

L.I. Firouzabadi, B. Salence, C. Wootton and S. Cooper

CD11 Flare-up phenomenon to LiquiBond (N-octyl cyanoacrylate): will this be a more frequent occurrence?

D. Sterling, E. Rudd, E. Williamson and A. Tewari

Guest Speaker
Adverse Cutaneous Drug Reactions in Patients With HIV/AIDS
Prof Wayne Grayson (Johannesburg, South Africa)

Introduction to session and summary of the BSID 2021 annual meeting
Dr Daniele Bergamaschi (London) & Girish Patel (Cardiff)

Best Presentation (PhD student) from the BSID Annual Meeting
Langerhans cells immunocompetency is critical for IDO1-dependent ability to induce tolerogenic T cells
J. Davies, S. Sirvent, A. Vallejo, K. Clayton, G. Porter, P. Stumpf, J. West, M. Ardern-Jones, H. Singh, B. MacArthur, M. E Polak

Best Presentation (Clinical Postdoc) from the BSID Annual Meeting
Combined analysis of proteomic, immunophenotypical and clinicopathological data of primary cSCCs demonstrates key immunological correlates associated with risk of metastasis.
A. Shapanis, C. Lai, G. Coltart, M. Sommerlad, J. Schofield, E. Parkinson, P. Skipp, E. Healy

Best Presentation (Postdoctoral scientist) from the BSID Annual Meeting
GFß-Sphingosine-1-phosphate signalling crosstalk is a potential therapeutic vulnerability in aggressive RDEB cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma
J. Dayal, M. Neilson, A. Hedley, J. Salas-Alanis, J. McGrath, J. Mellerio, A. South, G. Inman

Best Poster from the BSID Annual Meeting
Investigating the Role of the Basement Membrane in Modulating the Skin Inflammasome
E. Jones, C. Stewart-McGuiness, E. O’Toole and M. Caley

Best Poster from the BSID Annual Meeting

Dissecting the pathogenesis of anti-TNF-induced paradoxical psoriasis
J.A. Hardman-Smart, S.S. Solanky, O. Munir, R. Forughian, I. Tosi, J.N. Barker, C.H. Smith, S. Mahiland P. Di Meglio

Guest Lecture
Mechanisms that govern skin immunity and microbial homeostasis
Dr Keisuke Nagao (Bethesda, USA)


Guest Lecture
Management of superficial vascular anomalies: from plumbing to architecture
Dr Annabel Maruani (Tours, France)

Guest Lecture
Propranolol in infantile haemangiomas revisited: a happy ending to a fairy tale
Prof Alain Taieb (Bordeaux, France)

Guest Lecture
Beating the challenges of vascular overgrowth syndromes
Prof Pierre Vabres (Dijon, France)

Guest Lecture
Skin manifestations of immunodeficiency
Dr Siobhan Burns (London)


Guest Lecture
From solar to lunar clinical teaching- Putting the learner at the heart of teaching
Prof Subha Ramani (Boston, USA)

Dear Colleagues ,

I’m delighted to confirm Prof Subha Ramani from Brigham’s Women’s Hospital Boston has agreed to be our guest speaker.  I cannot emphasise enough that her talk will be worth watching.


Title: From solar to lunar clinical teaching- Putting the learner at the heart of teaching

Summary: In this session, we will focus on the learning triad, consisting of the learner, teacher and content. In clinical settings, content is replaced by patient. The tradition in medical education has placed teachers at the centre of the learning triad and faculty development has often focused on teacher skills in conducting large group, small group, bedside teaching etc. As educators increasingly emphasize learner-centred education, it may not always be apparent to clinical teachers what this entails. This session will view the teaching triad as a solar or lunar model; distinguish learner-centred from learner-engaged teaching;  challenge assumptions about traditionally emphasized teaching skills in medical education; pose arguments that teachers’ strategies are only effective if they impact learner performance and propose co-creation of education as the direction of the future.

Guest Speaker
Thomas Bateman 1778-1821. An Enlightened Physician; A Singular Spirit
Dr Les Millard (Sheffield)

Programme coming soon

Additional Sessions

All Additional Sessions are part of the full meeting registration fee and available from Tuesday 6th July 2021

Money matters: assessing the value of the adalimumab biosimilar switch plan for dermatology patients
S. Gohil

Identifying and addressing barriers to referral to a regional psychodermatology service
E. Mack and D. Alderdice

What is the role of a specialist hair clinic? The impact and patient experience of a regional specialist hair clinic run within a National Health Service
L. Asfour, H. Raja and M.J. Harries

An analysis of referrals to a paediatric dermatology tertiary care centre: how many could be managed in primary care?
N. Fagan, Á. Carroll and A.D. Irvine

In-patient care for skin disease is an essential part of National Health Service provision
R. Applewaite, A. Lapin and N.J. Levell

Dermatology high-cost drug management: pharmacists getting it right first time in COVID-19
S. Gohil, A. Ilchyshyn and H. Bagga

An update from the BAD Journals
Dr George Millington, Dr Alexa Shipman & Dr John Ingram

BAD Dermatology Peer Support Network: COVID related issues and wellbeing
Dr Elise Kleyn and Prof Sir Cary Cooper

Digital Leadership in Healthcare – The Topol Fellowship
Dr Matthew Alexander

The gastrointestinal microbiome and immune checkpoint inhibition in metastatic melanoma
Dr Ewan Langan

Outpatient Transformation
Dr Julia Schofield

Unveiling new insights from families with eczema in the UK and what it means for your clinical practice
Magali Redding

Topical Steroid Withdrawal – fact or fiction?
Andrew Proctor & Prof Celia Moss

British Skin Foundation and ITN Productions present More Than Skin Deep

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guideline on acne vulgaris management
J. Xu, J. Ravenscroft, E. Healy, on behalf of the NICE acne vulgaris committee and the NGA team

The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on skin cancer incidence in England 2020
Z.C Venables, M. Kwiatkowska, L. Paley, and S. Vernon

Healthy skin for all; building the knowledge base
Prof Eugene Healy (Southampton)

The human scalp hair follicle – a mirror to its own and our own health status
Prof Des Tobin (Dublin)

Skin immunity in healthy aging
Dr Emma Chambers (London)

Skin proteomics: recognising damage and repair
Dr Michael Sherratt (Manchester)

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