Professor Christopher Bunker is an esteemed consultant dermatologist with over 25 years of experience in general dermatology, specializing in HIV dermatology and male genital dermatology. He was educated and trained in a number of prestigious institutions such as Cambridge, Westminster Medical School, and University College Hospital. A fellowship with the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust in clinical research lead to him being awarded a Cambridge University prize for his MD these on CGRP in Raynaud’s phenomenon. He has also received a National Silver Clinical Excellence for his work. Devoted to research, he takes special interest in complex medical and inpatient dermatology which ranges from drug reactions and toxic epidermal necrolysis. His has published numerous papers, books and case reports, and shares his experience by training other consultants and medical students. He has held a number of distinguished posts such as President of British Association of Dermatologists, Chairman of the Consultants Medical Staff Committee at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, and sat on the Council of the Royal College of Physicians.