Aesthetics journal appoints Dr Christopher Rowland Payne to Editorial Advisory Board

07 Jul 2014

Aesthetics journal has announced the addition of a new member to their editorial advisory board, consultant dermatologist, Dr Christopher Rowland Payne.  Based at The London Clinic, Dr Rowland Payne has worked in dermatology for the past 23 years. An internationally recognised expert in cosmetic dermatology and a co-founder of the European Society for Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology (ESCAD), Dr Rowland Payne has contributed to numerous publications, delivered plenary lectures, and taught students across the globe. 

Aesthetics journal has announced the addition of a new member to their editorial advisory board, consultant dermatologist, Dr Christopher Rowland Payne. 

Based at The London Clinic, Dr Rowland Payne has worked in dermatology for the past 23 years. An internationally recognised expert in cosmetic dermatology and a co-founder of the European Society for Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology (ESCAD), Dr Rowland Payne has contributed to numerous publications, delivered plenary lectures, and taught students across the globe. 

Along with these achievements, Dr Rowland Payne is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology and has been recognised by numerous establishments, including the Royal Society of Medicine, for his contribution to the field. He is active in all areas of clinical and surgical dermatology, especially the treatment of skin cancer and, in 2005, was instrumental in establishing the mole-mapping service, MoleMonitor. Dr Rowland Payne was also a co-author of the first paper in world literature to describe skin manifestations of AIDS and HIV. 

Along with the other leading figures in the medical aesthetic community on the Aesthetics journal Editorial Advisory Board, his wealth of experience will help steer the direction of educational, clinical and business content.

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