Dr Natasha Kapur first qualified in Imperial College and completed her medical training in hospitals across London. She then completed her specialist training in Dermatology 2006 and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2011.
Dr Kapur has a special interest in Photodynamic Therapy, a non-surgical treatment for certain skin cancers. She researched this in Switzerland after obtaining the Geoffrey Dowling Fellowship from The British Society of Dermatologists in 2001. She was one of the first dermatologists to run Photodynamic Therapy in London teaching hospitals.
Dr Kapur sees adults and children with a wide range of conditions. She also has an interest in Paediatric Dermatology and teaching. She is the Joint Clinical Lead for undergraduate Dermatology and is on the admissions panel at the UCL Medical School.