Dr Conal Perrett (London)


Dr Conal Perrett is a Consultant Dermatologist & Dermatological Surgeon at University College London Hospital (UCLH) where he leads the skin cancer service and established both the Mohs micrographic surgery programme and the photodynamic therapy (PDT) service. He is also a member of the Regional Sarcoma Service at UCH, seeing patients with cutaneous sarcoma.

At Harefield and Royal Brompton NHS Trust, Dr Perrett runs a specialist clinic for heart and lung transplant patients who come from all over the UK and overseas with skin problems. He is also the lead for Mohs surgery on the London Cancer Skin Pathway Board and is an honorary senior lecturer at University College London (UCL).

Professional affiliations
Dr Perrett is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine, the British Association of Dermatologists, the British Society for Dermatological Surgery, The British Society for Skin Care in Immunocompromised Individuals and the British Medical Laser Association.

Previously he was awarded a prestigious Cancer Research UK (CR-UK) Clinical Research Fellowship working at their London Research Institute, as well as the Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science at Barts and The London and the St John’s Institute of Dermatology. For his research on skin cancer in organ transplant recipients he was awarded a PhD by the University of London. He has presented his work nationally and internationally and published in world class journals including Science. Continues to supervise his own PhD students and also serves as a final MB and PhD examiner for the University of London.

Medical credentials
Dr Perrett began his medical career at the University of Bristol, before moving on to postgraduate studies in Oxford and London, achieving Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2001 and awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians in 2013.
He has undertaken extensive specialist dermatology training at some of the UK’s leading hospitals, including Barts and The London and The Royal Free Hospital, as well as completing a dermatological and Mohs surgery fellowship at the University Hospital of Wales’ Welsh Institute of Dermatology.