Dr Wootton graduated from The University of Dundee with commendation and completed her postgraduate training in Dundee and Nottingham. She was awarded her Diploma of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (DTM&H) from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene in 2011. Dr Wootton has also completed the Certificate of Medical Education.
Dr Wootton has an interest in contact allergy and tropical skin disease and is keen to develop an interest in nail disease. She has recently returned from two years living in South East Asia where she was running several research projects.
Dr Wootton sees and treats NHS patients at the Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre.
Dr Wootton is a keen cyclist and cycled from London to Paris for the British Skin Foundation, raising £1500 in the process. She also loves travelling, especially off the beaten path.
Consultant Dermatologist, Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre
Tropical skin disease
General Medical Council
British Medical Association
Royal College of Physicians (Edinburgh)
British Association of Dermatologists
International Society of Dermatology
UK Dermatology Clinical Trial Network (UKDCTN)
New Zealand Dermatological Society International Scholarship, 2017
Geoffrey Dowling Fellowship, British Association of Dermatologists, 2016
Michael Hornstein Memorial Scholarship, European Academy of Dermatovenereology, 2013
Young Dermatologist Leadership Program Award, International Society of Dermatology, 2012
Dr Wootton has published papers on a variety of topics in Dermatology, including contact allergy, topical skin disease, paediatric dermatology and skin cancer.