Dr Nicole Chiang is a Consultant Dermatologist on the GMC Specialist Register who works at the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Trust. She also runs a tertiary referral specialist hair clinic at Salford Royal Hospital NHS Trust. She is trained in both paediatric and adult dermatology. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Liverpool and graduated with an Honours degree in Medicine and Surgery in 2007. She underwent general medical training and then pursued her dermatology higher specialist training in Birmingham and Manchester.
Dr Chiang has completed two advanced Dermatology Fellowships in Oxford, UK and Sydney, Australia. In addition, she has gained further experience in medical and cosmetic dermatology at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, and the Cosmetic Surgery and Skin Health Centre, Pittsburgh, USA. She has also completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Aesthetic Medicine with Distinction at the University of London.
She sits on the British Association of Dermatologists’ Therapy and Guidelines Subcommittee, contributing to the national guidelines on treatments for skin conditions. She is also a founding Committee Member of the British Society for Medical Dermatology and British Association of Dermatologists’ DermSchool. She enjoys teaching and regularly delivers training in dermatology and aesthetics to doctors and nurses.
Dr Chiang has written books – “Dermatology: a handbook for medical students and junior doctors” and “Dermatology: a handbook for general practitioners”, and authored book chapters. She has presented at many national and international conferences, and has publications in the fields of cosmetic, medical and surgical dermatology in international peer-reviewed journals.
In her free time, Dr Chiang is actively involved in raising awareness of skin cancer. She regularly works with Melanoma UK and the British Association of Dermatologists, performing skin checks and giving sun protection advice to the public.