Dr Ghura has been a Dermatologist since 1997 and is always aware of the impact skin disease can have on his patients. He trained in Medicine in Newcastle and Dermatology in Leicester before undertaking a Mohs Skin Cancer/Facial surgery fellowship in Cardiff and then Lisbon. He is one of approx 70 fully trained Mohs Surgeons in the UK and President of the British Society for Dermatological Surgery (BSDS) to which almost all Mohs Surgeons belong to.
Mohs' surgery is a highly specialist technique for removing difficult “non-melanoma” skin cancers (squamous cell and basal cell carcinomas (“rodent ulcers”). Dr Ghura set up the award winning Mohs' skin cancer service in Sheffield before moving to Salford Royal Hospital where he operates the largest Mohs service in the UK as Consultant Dermatologist and Mohs Surgeon.
Dr Ghura receives referrals not only from GPs but other specialists and colleagues for his opinion on managing Facial skin cancers and Mohs Surgery. Dr Ghura is regularly invited to give lectures and workshops to GPs and other specialists and trains Dermatology trainees and nurses.
Dr Ghura has a Masters degree in Medical Education and teaches other doctors about skin disease and has also been an examiner for the Royal College of Physicians for many years.
Dr Ghura has published extensively in the fields of skin cancer, Mohs surgery and Facial skin surgery.