George Saleh

George Saleh is currently a full-time Consultant Ophthalmic and Oculoplastic surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital, where he is also Director of simulation training. His areas of expertise include investigating technologies for watery eye, national eyelid cancer trends, surgical outcomes in eyelid surgery and software in dry eye treatments.

He qualified in Medicine from Imperial College, London and underwent basic specialist ophthalmology training in the London and the East Anglia Regions before completing his higher specialist training at Moorfields Eye Hospital. Mr Saleh was awarded the Gold Medal as the most distinguished candidate for the clinical and surgical ophthalmic Fellowship Examination, as well as the highest first class distinction for his BSc during his undergraduate studies.

Mr Saleh has lectured widely at both national and international levels on periocular facial plastics and cataract surgery, published over 60 scientific articles and given more than 150 lectures relating to ophthalmology. He leads the national collaboration investigating tumours of the eyelid and surrounding tissues, and is the regional lead for the Intraocular Lens Study Group investigating Multifocal IOLs. As the primary investigator for the International Forum for Ophthalmic Simulation, Mr Saleh investigates virtual reality ophthalmic surgical training systems.


Daniel Ezra

Daniel Ezra is currently a full-time consultant and Director of Oculoplastics at Moorfields Eye Hospital where he specialises in all aspects of cosmetic and reconstructive eyelid surgery and lacrimal disease. He has a special interest in revision blepharoplasty surgery.

He graduated from Cambridge and London Universities with degrees in Medicine and the History and Philosophy of Science, winning several prizes and awards. After initial experience in Neurology and Neurosurgery, he undertook higher surgical training at Moorfields Eye Hospital. Mr. Ezra’s subspecialist expertise in functional and aesthetic surgery was developed over several years through advanced subspecialty training at Moorfields Eye Hospital and as an Interface Fellow in Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery in Nottingham.

Mr. Ezra’s research into eyelid laxity led to a doctorate (M.D. degree) which was awarded the Sir Lionel Whitby Medal and Prize by the University of Cambridge for a thesis of ‘exceptional merit’. This research was also awarded the Syme Medal by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. His subsequent research as an NIHR Clinical Lecturer was awarded further prizes including the ESOPRS award, BOPSS award and the British Thyroid Association prize.


Rae Denman

Rae Denman BA Hons Medical Tattooist

Rae Denman is a Medical Tattooist specialising in all forms of scarring in Harley Street and Surrey clinics. Before moving to London, she ran the Camouflage clinic for Burns and Scars, and Medical Tattoo clinic for Nipple Areola tattooing post mastectomy and breast reconstruction, in the specialist Burns and Plastics Unit at Morriston Hospital, Swansea – the only burns and plastics unit in Wales.

She is a member of The British Association of Skin Camouflage and has her own range of bespoke colours for Veil Cover cream offering a blend of pigments for asian, mixed race and middle eastern skin tones.

She was the first practitioner to offer Port Wine Stain birthmark tattooing in the UK and has patients travelling from all over the globe for her bespoke treatments for Port Wine Stains, Skin Grafts and Scarring.

She was awarded the 20 years of excellence, ‘Life Changing Procedure’ award, was featured on ITV ‘This Morning with Lorraine Kelly’ and collaborated with The Katie Piper Foundation and The Telegraph with a burns survivor to demonstrate the positive effects these treatments can have on physical and mental well-being.


Paola De Mozzi

Dr Paola De Mozzi is a UK-trained consultant dermatologist.

She qualified in 2001 from the University of Padua, Italy, a leading university and one of the oldest in Europe. Dr De Mozzi completed her postgraduate medical training in the UK and obtained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2008. She completed her specialist dermatology training at University Hospitals of Leicester and has been on the Specialist Register since 2014.

Dr De Mozzi worked as a consultant dermatologist, initially at Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, where she developed the department’s first biologic service for patients with severe psoriasis, as the Biologic Lead for four years. She also undertook the role of Specialty Tutor and led in delivering high-quality dermatology training to junior doctors. Since January 2019 she has been a substantive consultant dermatologist at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

Dr De Mozzi diagnoses and treats eczema, psoriasis, acne and rosacea, melasma and also covers all areas of general dermatology. She has expertise and a specialist interest in skin cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention and is qualified to perform dermatological surgery, such as on standard moles, melanomas and other skin cancers.

Another area of specialism of Dr De Mozzi is the impact of the natural ageing and photoageing (caused by sun exposure) process, a major concern in relation to an increasingly ageing population and skin cancer. To broaden her knowledge in this field, she achieved a Skin Ageing and Aesthetic Medicine MSc with Distinction from the University of Manchester in 2017.

Dr De Mozzi has published several dermatology articles in peer-reviewed journals. She is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD); British Society for Dermatological Surgery (BSDS); British Medical Laser Association (BMLA); British Cosmetic Dermatology Group (BCDG); and Royal Society of Medicine (RSM).


Ellie Rashid

Dr Ellie Rashid is a Consultant Dermatologist at St John’s Institute of Dermatology, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust. She consults on all aspects of dermatology including paediatric dermatology, acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, pigmentation disorders, vitiligo and is clinical lead for the complex medical dermatology tertiary hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) service.

She graduated from Bart’s and the London Medical School in 2006 and completed her rigorous dermatology specialist registrar training at St. John’s Institute of Dermatology. Three years were spent as a PhD clinical research fellow at King’s College London conducting a clinical trial giving stem cells to adults with Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa. She has also completed a Post-Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Education and is a lecturer for the MSc in dermatology at Kings College London University.

She continues to publish original research in peer reviewed journals, has presented at international scientific meetings globally and has been awarded numerous awards for her clinical activity and research including the Hugh Wallace and European Society for Investigative Dermatology awards.


Jack Mann

Jack Mann is a Consultant Dermatologist and Mohs micrographic surgeon at the St John’s Institute of Dermatology, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. His postgraduate training was in London and the Southeast, and after his specialist training in dermatology he went on to complete a Mohs micrographic surgery fellowship, also at the internationally-renowned St John’s Institute of Dermatology where he now works.
His areas of expertise are in skin cancer and skin surgery. He has high ethical standards and places great emphasis on involving patients in decisions regarding their treatment.
Jack has published highly cited scientific articles and has presented research findings nationally and internationally. He regularly teaches skin cancer and skin surgery to delegates from across the UK, and is on the executive committee of the British Society for Dermatological Surgery. Jack is also a published science fiction author and enjoys practising a range of martial arts.


Phil Briggs

Phil Briggs is a Skin Camouflage Practitioner and Professional Make-up Artist with over 21 years’ experience. He is a Committee member of The British Association of Skin Camouflage and is their Over-the-counter Product Information Officer. He is also Skin Camouflage adviser to The Katie Piper Foundation. Phil provides consultations in Skin Camouflage to private clients and as an Expert Witness, whilst also working in the television world as a Make-up Artist. He has provided make-up to a diverse range of people from politicians, pop stars and actors to HRH Prince William.


Declan Collins

Mr. Declan Collins is a Consultant in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, with specialist interests in Burns, Laser and Scar management.

He trained in Plastic Surgery in London and joined the specialist register for Plastic Surgery in 2014 prior to his appointment as an NHS Consultant at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. In addition to his Plastic Surgery training he has undertaken fellowships in Burns care and Aesthetic Surgery.

Declan’s interest in burns care led him to complete a PhD in sepsis and wound healing in burned patients. He is now an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College and the Clinical Lead for Research in the Burns Unit at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. More recently, Declan has started the Laser service for scar management at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and is a member of the British Medical Laser Association.

Declan uniquely combines an academic interest in new and emerging technologies in wound and scar management with surgical and non-surgical treatments. He is well positioned to provide the full spectrum of treatment options for effective and evidence-based scar management.


Ien Chan

Dr Ien Chan is an experienced Dermatologist, having worked over 10 years as a Consultant Dermatologist at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He trained at St John’s Institute of Dermatology, St Mary’s Hospital and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

He spent two years in research at the Genetic Skin Disease Group, St John’s Institute of Dermatology was awarded an MD for his research into the role of extracellular matrix protein 1 in human skin by King’s College London. He has
presented at national and international dermatology and scientific conferences and has numerous publications in high impact factor journals. He sees patients with general dermatological conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo and hair loss. He also performs mole checks and is proficient at assessing and treating skin cancers. His other current interests include paediatric dermatology, HIV-related skin disorders, male genital dermatoses and
biologic therapy.


Specialist Wound Care

WoundDoc – Professor Linda Rafter

WoundDoc was established in 2010 by Professor Linda Rafter and her husband Mark. Linda has an International reputation in the treatment and healing of all types of Wounds. With over 38 years experience in wound care in both hospitals and in the community. Linda expertise is advice on Pressure Ulcers, Diabetic Wounds, Leg Ulcers, Lymphoedema and unusual complex wounds. WoundDoc employ recognised methods and strategies for evaluating wound healing and infection, we are able to use continuums to measure and monitor the progress of the healing of the wound. Wound Care Solutions uses cutting edge techniques and the latest technology in wound care. Our many years of clinical experience with proven good patient outcomes give us an enviable reputation.

Professor Rafter is a member of the European Wound Management and European Pressure Ulcer Advisory panel and Tissue Viability Society. She has presented at European, National and local conferences and 52 publications five of which are NICE Guidelines and one publication in the cochrane database. She has been lead investigator for wound care and pressure relieving bed trials. Linda completed her PhD at Wolverhampton University which focused on the early detection of pressure ulcers. In June 2006 she was made an Honorary Professor in Nursing Mary Seacole Research Centre De Montfort University Leicester.  Linda lectures on Pressure Ulcers, Diabetic Wounds, Leg Ulcers, Lymphoedema and care of the skin.