Dr Tracy Wong MBChB, FRCP, PhD qualified as a Consultant Dermatologist in 2010. She completed her Dermatology specialist training in both London and Oxford training rotations. During her time in London, she conducted research and completed her PhD in cell therapy for a rare genetic skin disease, epidermolysis bullosa.
From 2010-2012 she was Consultant at the Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and subsequently from 2012-2017, a Consultant at King Edward VII Hospital, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust and Clinical Governance Lead for the department. She now works only in the private sector and maintains her skills and continuing professional development by attending regular local and national courses and conferences.
Why see Dr Tracy Wong
Dr Tracy Wong consults on all general dermatology in adults and children over 16 years old. She strives on achieving and dedicating the highest standard of care and attention to detail that patients should expect to receive. She will work with the patient to tailor an appropriate treatment plan according to patient needs.
Dr Tracy Wong consults in general dermatology, with particular interest in skin cancer, pre-cancerous skin conditions, acne, rosacea and inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
Tuesdays 9am to 2:30pm
Thursdays 9am to 2:30pm
Saturdays (monthly) 9:30am to 2pm
Dr Tracy Wong is registered with the GMC and on the specialist register for Dermatology. Dr Wong is recognised by all major UK insurers and many international insurers. She is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists and The Royal College of Physicians.
Education and Training
Dr Tracy Wong graduated from the University of Liverpool and underwent her specialist training in London and Oxford training rotations. She completed her PhD in cell therapy, investigating collagen VII replacement in patients with a rare inherited skin blistering condition, recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa.
Publications and Press
Dr Tracy Wong is widely published and some examples of publications include:
- Wong T, Orton D. Sunscreen allergy and its investigation. Clin Dermatol 2011;29(3):306-10.
- Wong T, L. Gammon, L. Liu et al. Potential of fibroblast cell therapy for recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa. J Invest Dermatol 2008;128(9):2179-89.
Wong T, McGrath JA, Navsaria H. Fibroblasts in Tissue Engineering and Regeneration. Br J Dermatol 2007;6:1149-55.
- Pourreyron C, Cox G, Mao X, Volz A, Baksh N, Wong T et al. Patients with RDEB develop squamous cell carcinoma regardless of type VII collagen expression. J Invest Dermatol 2007;127(10):2438-44.
- Fassihi H, Wong T, Wessagowit V et al. Target proteins in inherited and acquired blistering skin disorders. Clin Exp Dermatol 2006;31:252-59.
- Wong T, Swain F, Calonje E. Nicorandil associated perianal ulceration with prominent elastophagocytosis and flexural ulceration in other sites. Br J Dermatol 2005;152:1360-1.
- Chan I, Wong T, Martinez-Mir A et al. Familial multiple cutaneous and uterine leiomyomata associated with renal papillary cell carcinoma. Clin Exp Dermatol 2005;30:75-78.
- Wong T, Greenhalgh R. Clinical Fellow in Medical Education. BMJ Careers 21st February 2004; 77.