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Dr Daly is a UK-trained Dermatologist who studied medicine and completed postgraduate research at Cambridge University. She has worked at many teaching hospitals including Addenbrooke’s, King’s College and Guy’s and St. Thomas’ and has recently published a Dermatology handbook for trainee doctors and GPs. During her training training she was awarded the prestigious Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust research fellowship and the St. John’s Society Registrar prize. In addition Dr Daly was a co-investigator in clinical research trials at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ hospital.
Dr Daly consults on all aspects of skin disease in both adults and children, and will treat conditions such as acne, eczema, allergy, psoriasis, moles and skin cancer. Her special interests include acne and rosacea, infections, emergency dermatology, drug reactions, skin cancer, moles and the use of biologics in psoriasis.
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Dr Daly consults on all aspects of skin disease in both adults and children, and will treat conditions such as acne, eczema, allergy, psoriasis and skin cancer. Her special interests include acne and rosacea, infections, emergency dermatology, skin cancer, moles and the use of biologics in psoriasis.
- Janice Warren
- Blackheath Hospital Out-Patient Department Independents Road London SE3 9LF
- 07732 026442
Current NHS consultant posts held
Dr Marie-Louise Daly also holds a Consultant post at the NHS Lewisham and Greenwich Trust in London where she is the head of teaching for undergraduate medical students and is jointly running the department’s biologic clinic for treatment of severe psoriasis.
Myositis specific antibodies and their role in care of patients with dermatomyositis; the efficacy of drug treatments in inflammatory skin disease; Kaposi sarcoma; endoplasmic reticulum stress in disease.
(Additional) Languages spoken
Book Author: Pocket Tutor Dermatology
A handbook for medical students, GPs and non-Consultant doctors published in 2015.
Daly ML, Fogo A, McDonald C, Morris-Jones R. Kaposi sarcoma: no longer an AIDS-defining illness? A retrospective study of Kaposi sarcoma cases with CD4 counts above 300/mm-3 at presentation. Clinical & Experimental Dermatology. Jan 2014;39(1):7-12 Epub 2013 May
Malzer E*, Daly ML*, Moloney A, Sendall TJ, Thomas SE, Ryder E, Ryoo HD, Crowther DC, Lomas DA, Marciniak SJ. 'Impaired tissue growth is mediated by checkpoint kinase 1 (CHK1) in the integrated stress response' Journal of Cell Science. 1;123(Pt 17):2892-900 (September 2010)
*Denotes equal contribution
Daly ML, Hay RJ. Epidermodysplasia verruciformis and human immunodeficiency virus infection: a distinct entity? Curr Opin Infect Dis. Apr 2012;25(2):123-5.
Daly ML, Hay RJ. Herpes Zoster Multidermatomal Distribution: Why is this so uncommon? Acta Derm Venereol. Feb 2012; 92: 116-117
Enoch DA, Daly ML, Karas A ‘The role of Daptomycin in the treatment of Gram Positive organisms.’ Journal of Infection; 55(3):205-13 (September 2007)
Thomas SE, Dalton LE, Daly ML, Malzer E, Marciniak SJ. Diabetes as a disease of endoplasmic reticulum stress.' Diabetes/Metabolism Research and Reviews. 2010 Oct 3
Daly ML, Cartwright DJ, Lehner PJ, Javid B. 'A 58-year old woman with abdominal pain and a persitently raised CRP' PLOS Medicine 5(7):e149 (July 2008)
- MB BCh University of Cambridge 2005
- MPhil Medical Science University of Cambridge 2010
- Member Royal College Physicians Royal College Physicians London 2010
Reference number 6128655
Details of entry to specialist register
- CCT awarded by General Medical Council, 2015
Affiliations / memberships
General Medical Council with licence to practice
Royal Society of Medicine
British Association of Dermatologists
St. John's Dermatological Society