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Dr Veronique Bataille is a London based Dermatologist (doctor specialising in skin conditions) with a specialist interest in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer. She trained at the Louvain Medical School in Brussels and graduated in July 1985 (magna cum laude). Dr Bataille worked in many teaching hospitals in London as well as spending several months in the Sydney Melanoma Unit in Australia, before becoming an accredited consultant Dermatologist in 1996. She is currently working as a consultant Dermatologist at the West Hertfordshire Trust and was appointed Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Dermatologist at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry where she continues her interest in the genetics of melanoma and other skin cancers.
Dr Bataille is passionate about research. She completed her PhD as well as setting up a number of projects at the Twin Research Unit at St Thomas' Hospital in London. Dr Bataille has published in many dermatology, genetic and cancer journals and has presented abstracts at national and international meetings over the last 13 years. She regularly writes reviews and book chapters on skin cancer and reviews manuscripts for many dermatology journals. She is an assistant editor for the Clinical and Experimental Dermatology Journal. Since 1996
Dr Bataille has acted as a consultant and advisor for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. In 2003, Dr Bataille was appointed as the dermatology consultant for L'Oreal Paris. Dr Bataille also practices privately at The Medical Chamber Kensington and Spire Hospital Harpenden as well as Princess Grace, London where she sees patients with all dermatological conditions but specialises in skin cancers, melanoma, familial melanoma, atypical naevi and family cancer syndromes.
MD 1985 Universite Catholique de Louvain
Dermatology From 23 Feb 2004