Dr Antonia Lloyd-Lavery
Having successfully treated many patients with acne, from teenagers to those approaching middle-age, I have seen the very significant impact this common condition can have on a person’s self-confidence and mental well-being, particularly when multiple treatments have been tried and have been ineffective. Seeking medical help early on before potential scarring develops can be crucial. The main aspect of my work as a dermatologist which gives me the greatest job satisfaction is helping people to improve their skin condition and seeing the positive impact this can have on other aspects of their lives. I always ensure I see patients as individuals with their own unique skin problems and concerns, and I work closely with them to help tailor their treatment to be as effective as possible.
Dr Antonia Lloyd-Lavery (BMBCh, MA, MRCP) is a UK-trained Consultant Dermatologist at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She trained at Oxford University, graduating with a First class Honours degree in Medical Sciences and a Distinction in her Clinical Medicine degree in 2008. After achieving membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2011, she completed a NIHR awarded academic clinical fellowship during her dermatology specialist training in Oxford and subsequently a competitive national fellowship in medical dermatology.
Dr Lloyd-Lavery has been working as a Consultant Dermatologist since 2017. She specialises in inflammatory skin disease including acne, rosacea, eczema and psoriasis as well as autoimmune blistering and connective tissue diseases. She is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, British Association of Dermatologists, British Society for Medical Dermatology and the UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network Trial Generation and Prioritisation Panel.
She has extensive clinical research experience and has been an investigator for multiple clinical trials of new treatments in dermatology. She has received two prestigious national research awards from the National Institute for Health Research, Royal College of Physicians and British Association of Dermatologists.
Dr Lloyd-Lavery has been a speaker at multiple international conferences and has published widely in peer-reviewed journals. She is currently an associate editor for the British Journal of Dermatology. As a honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Dermatology at Oxford University, she has a strong interest in medical education.