Dr Louise Fuller MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP (Derm) is a Consultant Dermatologist in both adult and paediatric dermatology. Her medical training was at University College London where she was awarded a first in her intercalated BSc in Physiology and Pharmacology, and she graduated in the top 10% of her year. She works in the NHS at The Homerton Hospital and is Educational and Network lead for dermatology.
Dr Louise Fuller is a medical dermatologist and will see adult patients with many dermatological conditions including eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, acne vulgaris, hidradenitis suppurativa, genital dermatoses, mole checks and skin cancer. She is also happy to see children with skin rashes or birthmarks.
Dr Louise Fuller is experienced in dermatological surgical procedures such as cryotherapy, diagnostic skin biopsies, surgical removal of lesions, along with curettage and cautery. She can remove benign lesions and is happy to perform steroid injections for hair loss and keloid scars.
Dr Louise Fuller has a keen interest in medical dermatology, in particular patients with severe inflammatory skin disease, determined to help make a difference to affected patients. Past research interests include innovative new methods to manage severe atopic dermatitis, although still in trial phase she continues her work to improve the quality of life of these patients.
Dr Louise Fuller is also able to see patients suffering from hair loss and scalp conditions.
Throughout Dr Louise Fuller’s medical career she has had a great interest in teaching and medical education. She is currently Educational lead at The Homerton University Hospital responsible for the dermatology training for registrars, GPs and medical students rotating through the department. Alongside this she is dermatology Network lead for the Homerton aiming to optimise and streamline care for patients in North East London.
Mondays 9am to 5:30pm
Thursdays 9am to 12:30noon
Fridays 9am to 12:30noon
Dr Louise Fuller is registered with the GMC and on the specialist register for Dermatology. She is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) along with The Royal Society of Medicine (RSM), General Medical Council (GMC), and Medical Protection Society (MPS).
Dr Louise Fuller is recognised by all major private insurers except for AXAPPP and AXAInternational. Patients insured with AXAPPP will need to pay self-pay prices if they wish to see Dr Fuller and will be unable to claim back the consultation, diagnostic test or treatment costs from their insurer.
Education and Training
Dr Louise Fuller completed her training in London and Essex rotating through Imperial Health NHS Trust, Bart’s Health NHS Trust, The Royal Free London NHS Trust, Mid Essex Hospital NHS Trust and Basildon and Thurrock University Hospital NHS Trust.
She regularly attends conferences to keep up to date both in the UK and Internationally.
Publications and Press
Dr Louise Fuller is well published and some examples include the following publications:
- SUCESSFUL TREATMENT OF A PATIENT WITH SEVERE ATOPIC DERMATITIS AND ASTHMA BY CETRIFUGAL THERAPEUTIC PLASMA EXCHANGE L Fuller, B Maru, N Isserlis, R Cerio BMJ Case reports DOI: 10:1136/bcr-20140209008
- THE USE OF PROTON PUMP INHIBITORS AND CLOPIDOGREL IN A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL C Butcher, S K Butt, L Fuller, M Ifijen, B Good, N Van Someren, K Besherdas.Department of Gastroenterology, Chase Farm Hospital, Enfield, UK Gut March 2010 Vol 59 No 4 Suppl 1 p. A57
- VITAMIN D LEVELS IN COELIAC DISEASE: DO THEY WARRANT MONITORING? NMJoshi, MR Aljabiri, L Fuller, C Butcher, M Ifijen, E Good, D Ramdass, N van Someren, K Besherdas. Department of Gastroenterology, Chase Farm Hospital, Middlesex, UK Gut March 2010 Vol 59 No 4 Suppl 1 p. A163
- International oral Presentations (October 2016) Is teledermatology a useful adjunct to current clinical pathways in our hospital? 6th World Congress Teledermatology conference, London