Dr Kapur is a Dermatologist with a special interest in Paediatric Dermatology and Photodynamic Therapy. This is in a non-surgical technique used to treat pre-malignant and some malignant skin conditions.
She attended Imperial College (Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School), London as an undergraduate and completed her general medical training at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, The Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead in addition to The Royal Brompton Hospital Chelsea. She trained in general dermatology in London at St. John`s Institute, the Royal Free, Whittington and University College Hospitals and was awarded her certificate of specialist training in 2006.
Her international experience was gained at the University Hospital in Bern, Switzerland. This is where she undertook research for a year after being awarded the Geoffrey Dowling Fellowship from The British Association of Dermatologists in Photodynamic Therapy in 2001.
In 2011 she was appointed to Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.
Since 2013 she has been Clinical Lead for her NHS department at The Whittington Hospital and is committed to providing good dermatological care in the NHS. Under her guidance the department has grown in strength and quality and has improved relationships with local GPs as well as training junior doctors.
She has presented cases at International and national meetings and written book chapters and scientific papers. She is also Principle Investigator for a variety of trials. She has contributed to commercial and non- commercial trials in Photodynamic Therapy, Actinic Keratosis, Psoriasis, Bullous Pemphigoid and Eczema.
She is also Joint Clinical Lead for undergraduate Dermatology teaching at UCL Medical School and sits on the admissions panel for the Medical School. In addition she is a personal tutor to a group of medical students providing pastoral care and guidance.
Dr Kapur consults on all aspects of Dermatology, adult and paediatric and takes pride in trying to provide a genuine caring and compassionate approach to achieving the best outcomes for her patients.