Dr Taj Shaikh graduated from medicine in 1983 from Sind Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan. He trained in Pakistan, UK and Ireland. He moved to Ireland twenty-two years ago. He has been practicing as a Consultant Dermatologist for many years.
Dr Taj Shaikh has a membership with the Royal College of Physicians of United Kingdom and he also has a diploma in Dermatology from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. He has extensive knowledge in diagnosis and management of all General and Paediatric Dermatology conditions.
Dr Shaikh's main areas of interest are common skin conditions like Acne, Eczema and Urticaria/Allergies. He also carries out dematological surgery for removal of moles, pigmented lesions, skim cancer and other skin lesions.
Contact Niamh or Ann for appointments:
Tel: 091 720080
Fax: 091 720083
Dr Murad is a Consultant Dermatologist with special interest in dermatological surgery and hair disorders (alopecia). He has worked and trained as a general surgical resident and was later awarded memberships with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Glasgow. Subsequently, he started his Basic Specialist Training with the Trinity College medical scheme and awarded membership with the Royal College of Physicians of London. After that, he completed the Dermatology Residency (Specialist) Training Program with the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland.
He undertook a fellowship in procedural dermatology, micrographic surgery and cutaneous oncology at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic in the United States of America. He resumed his work at the Cleveland Clinic as an international scholar with the Hair Research Society and completed a mentorship program on therapeutics and dermatopathology in hair disorders. He gained clinical experience, undertook research projects and had his work published during his time there. As part of his practice, he also reviews patients with disorders in medical dermatology such as psoriasis, eczema, contact dermatitis, urticaria and acne.
Appointments for the following: