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Dr Frances Lawlor did her general medical training in Dublin and accreditation in Dermatology in the UK.Her higher degree(MD) relates to research in urticaria and was done at the St John's Institute of Dermatolology, St Thomas Hospital. Dr Lawlor worked for many years in east London and Newham University Hospital and subsequently at the Royal London Hospital. During this time She continued with her special interest at St Thomas Hospital.In addition to her clinical work, Dr Lawlor continues to teach postgraduates and has published extensively , the majority of her writing relates to diagnosis and treatment of Urticaria.
Areas of interest
Urticaria and Pruritus; Inflammatory skin disease; Pigmentation changes in skin.
Dermatology in pigmented skin;
Advise about protection from UVL and about skin damage from UVL; advise about rashes fromUVL and moles and other lesions;
Acne ; Hair problems:Benign and Malignant skin "lumps";Eczema ;psoriasis;
Inflammatory skin disease.
Current NHS consultant posts held
Cutaneous Allergy Clinic at St Thomas' Hospital.
Gold award for Poster at the American academy of Dermatology.
British Association of Dermatology Travelling Fellowship.
Textbooks of Dermatology
Textbooks of Allergy
Journals of Dermatology
Guidelines regarding treatment of Urticaria.
I rarely admit. To my knowlege , there has been no infection, no deaths and when surveyed , the patients have reported themselves satisfied.
- M.D University College Dublin 1972
- DCH University College Dublin 1974
- MRCPI College of Physicians Dublin 1978
- FRCP College of Physicians London 1990
- D.Obst RCOG Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists 1975
Reference number 1381021
Affiliations / memberships
British Association of Dermatology
American Academy of Dermatology
European Academy of Dermatology
Fellow of the Royal colleges of Ireland and of London
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