Thomas King, MMedSci
- Dr. King has a special interest in medical education and has a Master’s degree in medical education from the University of Nottingham.
Dr. King is a consultant dermatologist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, UK. He has an 80% clinical and 20% medical education job plan and teaches medical students from the University of Sheffield. Dr. King does a mix of clinics seeing inflammatory skin conditions and skin cancer work. Dr. King has one surgical list per week, one pediatric dermatology clinic per week at Sheffield Children’s hospital and is part of the acute dermatology on-call team in Sheffield.
- Member of the British Association of Dermatologists
- Member of the Royal College of Physicians, (London)
Education and Qualifications
- MBChB – University of Leicester 2010
- MRCP (UK) 2013
- MMedSci – (Med Ed) University of Nottingham 2019
- Singh, M., Coulton, A., King, T., Salam, A., Sharma, M., Griffiths, T. W., & Cohen, S. N. (2020). The British Association of Dermatologists’ Undergraduate Curriculum Update 2021. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology.
- Mann, N., King, T., & Murphy, R. (2019). Review of primary and secondary erythromelalgia. Clinical and experimental dermatology.
- King, Thomas, Ruth Sabroe, and Catherine Holden. "Allergic contact dermatitis caused by 1‐naphthol, a red coupler, in a purple permanent oxidative hair dye." Contact dermatitis(2018).
- King, T., R. Rabindranathnambi, and G. S. Van Schalkwyk. "An uncommon cause of panniculitis." Clinical and experimental dermatology 43.3 (2018): 351-353.
- King, T., R. A. Carr, and M. Sharma. "A painful leg ulcer." Clinical and experimental dermatology 42.1 (2017): 106-108.
- King, Thomas, Pick‐Ngor Woo, and Antonia Barbieri. "Unilateral Petechial and Pigmentary Macules in a 12‐Year‐Old Boy." Pediatric dermatology 33.3 (2016): 351-352.
- King, Thomas, John McKenna, and Anton B. Alexandroff. "Alitretinoin for the treatment of severe chronic hand eczema." Patient preference and adherence 8 (2014): 1629.
- Venkatraman, Navin, et al. "High levels of neurological involvement but low mortality in miliary tuberculosis: a 6-year case-series from the UK." European Respiratory Journal(2016): ERJ-01958.