Past Event: June 2019 DermAcademy Alopecia ‘360’ – A Masterclass in Hair Loss

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Event information


Monday 24th June


Royal College of Physicians, London

Who should attend
  • Consultant Dermatologists

  • Dermatology Trainees

  • Specialty Doctors

  • General Practitioners with a special interest in dermatology

  • Clinical Nurse Specialists

Programme Overview

We are pleased to announce that the St John’s DermAcademy Alopecia 360' – A Masterclass in Hair Loss Course is running for it's second year in 2019. This is a one-day course aimed at improving practical skills in the diagnosis and management of scarring and non-scarring alopecia. 

Topics covered include hair histopathology, hair disorders in ethnic skin, managing androgenetic alopecia, systemic therapies for scarring alopecias, trichoscopy, hair transplantation, and future perspectives in the field.

This course is aimed at consultant dermatologists, dermatology trainees, Specialty and associate specialist (SAS) doctors, and general practitioners with an interest in Dermatology.

This year we are also very excited to have Professor Antonella Tosti from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, USA, who is a world expert and leader in the field of hair diseases, joining our excellent team of UK speakers.

CPD application in progress.

Feedback and Suggestions

If you have any feedback from past events that you'd like to share or if you have any suggestions for future events you'd like us to cover please get in contact.

Course Director

Dr Catherine Stefanato, Consultant Dermatopathologist in the Department of Dermatopathology, at St John’s Institute of Dermatology, London.

Registration is now open

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