MBBS MD FACD
Dr.Gupta is a dermatologist with nearly 30 years of international experience in the speciality.
She first trained as a dermatologist in India.
She relocated to Australia in 2006 and undertook a 2 year upskilling programme at Liverpool and Concord Hospitals in Sydney following which she was admitted as a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists in 2008.
She set up Australia’s first Pigmentary Disorders Clinic at The Skin Hospital in 2012 given the growing demands of a multi ethnic population in Sydney with her interest and expertise in the area in treating skin conditions in people of colour.
She manages a Psoriasis/Biologics Clinic and Chronic eczema clinic at The Skin Hospital , with services being available across Westmead and Darlinghurst.
Dr.Gupta is the Head of the department at Liverpool Hospital which is the largest training site for dermatology trainees in NSW.
Her primary private practice is in Leumeah near Campbelltown and she enjoys the challenge of working with different demographics across the city.
Monisha’s main interests are chronic diseases in dermatology namely psoriasis, eczema , acne ,vitiligo and has expertise in infectious diseases of the skin like leprosy, tuberculosis and leishmaniasis.
She takes a lead in identifying and addressing disparities in health care for disadvantaged groups and advocates for them.
She remains involved in College activities having served as Supervisor of Training across multiple sites , Director of Training for NSW , NSW representative on the Teaching , Learning and Curriculum committee and current College advocate.
As a member of the Australasian Medical group , she shares a strong commitment to medical dermatology.
She holds a conjoint appointment with Western Sydney University and University of New South Wales through which she supervises teaching and clinical research.
Teaching and training remains a passion with Monisha and she regularly speaks at local, national and international forums .
She in turn views herself as a life long learner.