Mona El-Kalioby, MBBCh, MSc, MD, works as a Lecturer and Consultant at the Department of Dermatology at Cairo University Kasr Al-Ainy Faculty of Medicine in Cairo, Egypt, and at the Kasr Al-Ainy Psoriasis Unit (KAPU) in the same institute. Her current job combines clinical practice with research and teaching/training doctors. She completed her dermatology residency, master’s degree, and doctorate degree at the same university.
She is one of the founding members of the Kasr Al-Ainy Psoriasis Unit, which has served more than 4,000 registered psoriasis patients since 2015. She works there with the unit team to provide psoriasis patients with tailored integrated care. She contributes to the psoriasis management protocol and the patient registry research in the unit. She has also presented as a speaker and trainer at national conferences and workshops about psoriasis. Her work focuses on psoriasis epidemiology, psoriasis burden, comorbidities, and pustular psoriasis. She has fourteen peer-reviewed publications, and she is a recipient of the 2019 Strauss and Katz Scholarship from the AAD and the 2019 John Stratigos Memorial Scholarship from the EADV. Dr. El-Kalioby studied with IPC Councilor Amy Paller at her clinic in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Shining a Spotlight on our 2022 Fellows: Get to Know the Future Leaders in Psoriasis – Mona El-Kalioby, MBBCh, MSc, MD.
Learn about Mona El-Kalioby's experience as a 2022 participant in IPC's International Fellowship Program. In this…