Dr Anjali Mahto
MBBS, MRCP(UK), CCST(Derm)
GMC Specialist Register Number 6098579
Anjali treats a range of skin problems including: acne, rosacea, moles, skin cancers, scars, discolouration, eczema, psoriasis and ageing skin.
Anjali’s medical training took place in South Wales, where she also intercalated in Clinical Pharmacology. She completed higher specialist training in dermatology in a competitive London rotation. During this time, she gained experience in some of the UK’s leading teaching hospitals including Imperial College Healthcare and the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead.
She has been actively involved in medical education and training. She has presented extensively at both national and international conferences. Anjali was awarded a British Society of Children’s Dermatology (BSPD) prize during her training and has published original cases in scientific literature.
Anjali now works as a consultant in London North West Healthcare NHS Trust where she is also the lead for paediatric dermatology services at Northwick Park and Central Middlesex Hospitals. She is happy to consult both adults and children with skin, hair and nail disorders. Her areas of specialist interest include the diagnosis and management of paediatric dermatology, eczema, psoriasis, acne, skin cancer and cosmetic dermatology.
She is a spokeswoman for the British Skin Foundation, the UK’s only charity fully dedicated to skin research. She is quoted extensively in the national press.
- Royal College of Physicians
- British Association of Dermatologists
- Royal Society of Medicine
- British Medical Association
- British Society for Medical Dermatology
- British Cosmetic Dermatology Group
- European Society of Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology
- Lead for paediatric dermatology services at London North West Healthcare NHS Trust (Northwick Park and Central Middlesex Hospitals)
- Lead for audit/clinical governance at London North West Healthcare NHS Trust (Northwick Park and Central Middlesex Hospitals)
- Spokeswoman for the British Skin Foundation
Prizes and Awards
- British Society of Children’s Dermatology prize for best case report, British Association of Dermatologists Annual Meeting, Manchester 2010
- The Guardian
- The Independent
- Daily Mail
- Sunday Mirror
- American Academy of Dermatology, San Francisco, 2015. Severe rhabdomyolysis secondary to isotretinoin therapy.
- European Society for Dermatological Research, Venice, 2012. Late onset recessive dystrophic pretibial epidermolysis bullosa.
- British Association of Dermatologists Annual Meeting, 2012. Narrow-band ultraviolet-B (NBUVB) record-keeping audit using the BAD Clinical Audit and Management System (CAMS).
- European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, Verona, 2012. A retrospective audit of photodynamic therapy for the treatment of superficial basal cell carcinoma in a district general hospital.
- Royal Society of Medicine, London, 2012. Late onset pretibial recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa.
- American Academy of Dermatology, San Diego, 2012. Novel folliculin gene mutation in a pedigree with Birt-Hogg-Dube Syndrome.
- European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Paediatric Fostering Course, Barcelona, 2012. Juvenile hypopigmented mycosis fungoides.
- British Society of Children’s Dermatology Annual Meeting, Nottingham, 2011. Sixteen years of keratitis-ichthyosis-deafness syndrome.
- Royal Society of Medicine, London, 2011. Birt Hogg Dube Syndrome.
- British Society of Children’s Dermatology Annual Meeting, Cardiff, 2010. Cutaneous Mastocytosis and B-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia – a rare association.
- British Society of Children’s Dermatology Annual Meeting, Cardiff, 2010. A Novel Duplication in the TSC-1 Gene with Mild Clinical Phenotype.
- British Society of Children’s Dermatology, British Association of Dermatology Annual Meeting, Manchester, 2010. An Unusual Presentation of Immunodeficiency: Disseminated BCGosis and Axillary Abscess Due to Interleukin 12/Interferon Gamma Pathway Deficiency.
- Royal Society of Medicine, London, 2009. Focal Dermal Hypoplasia.
- European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, Berlin, 2009. A Case of Pyoderma Gangrenosum, Hidradenitis Suppurativa, and Monoclonal Gammopathy of Unknown Significance.
- British Association of Dermatology Annual Meeting, Glasgow, 2009. Leather Sofa Dermatitis due to Chromate Allergy – An Unusual Cause of Eczema in a Child.
- Royal Society of Medicine, London, 2009. Disseminated Angiolymphoid Hyperplasia with Eosinophilia.
- Royal Society of Medicine, London, 2008. Papular Mucinosis.
Selected Peer Reviewed Publications
- Fuggle N, Bragoli W, Mahto A, Syed S, Roberts N, Martinez A, Harper J, Lomas D, Glover M, Kinsler V. Oral azathioprine for the treatment of childhood eczema: safety proﬁle and guidelines for monitoring. Accepted in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology – article in press, Nov 2014. Data presented at the World Congress of Children’s Dermatology, Madrid, 2014 by N Fuggle.
- Mahto A, de Silva B. Fatal lichenoid drug eruption after proton pump inhibitor therapy. Dermatology in Practice 2013; 19 (1): 20.
- Mahto A, McGrath J, Deroide F, Rustin M. Late onset pretibial recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 2012; 132; S98
- Mahto A, Murdoch M, Tatnall F, Dorkins H. Novel folliculin gene mutation in a pedigree with Birt Hogg Dube Syndrome. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 2012; 66 (4): AB93.
- Mahto A, Hardman H, Tudor-Williams G. An unusual presentation of immunodeficiency: disseminated BCGosis and axillary abscess due to interleukin 12/interferon gamma pathway deficiency. British Journal of Dermatology, 2010; 163 (s1): 124-125.
- Mahto A, de Silva B. “Leather sofa dermatitis” due to chromate allergy – an unusual cause of eczema in a child. British Journal of Dermatology 2009; 161 (s1): 126.
- British Association of Dermatology patient information leaflet on calcineurin inhibitors