Dr.Deepa Alkunte Gunji, working as a Board-Certified Consultant Dermatologist in FMS Skin and Hair Clinics, Advanced Cosmetic Center, Jubilee Hills and Kondapur.
She completed her MD in Dermatology, Venerology, and Leprosy from Mysore Medical College & Research Institute, Mysore, Karnataka. She further on pursued her interests in Cosmetic Dermatology from Avante Institute of Laser Training from Houston, Texas. She also pursued her Visiting Fellowship from the world’s top and most renowned institute Weill-Cornell Dermatology affilated to New York-Presbyterian hospital, New York City, NY, USA.
Highly trained medical professional having experience in Clinical Dermatology, Aesthetic Dermatology and Trichology. Specialized in Laser Treatments, Cosmetic Skin Treatments, Botox, Anti-Aging & Hair Fall Treatments.
Areas of Expertise:
MD DVL: Mysore Medical College & Research Institute, Mysore, Karnataka. Rajiv Gandhi University of Health & Sciences
MBBS: Belgaum Institute of Health Sciences. Belagavi, Karnataka, India. Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
2019 – 2023: Consultant Dermatologist – SkinFinite Care, Belagavi,
India. Clinical Dermatologist – Teledermatology.
March – August 2019: Visiting Dermatologist Fellowship Weill Cornell Medicine – Dermatology, New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY, USA
May – July 2018 : Pediatric Dermatology Observership, Saint Louis University school of medicine & SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s hospital. Saint Louis, MO, USA
2012 – 2013 Internship: Belgaum Institute of Health Sciences,
District Civil Hospital, Belgaum, Karnataka.
1) Karnataka Medical Council- for MBBS, MD.
2) Laser Safety Officer Certification (Texas, USA)
“A Study on Cuatneous & Mucocutanoes manifestations of Diabetes Mellitus“- approved at RGUHS University, Karnataka, India.
Mal De Meleda Syndrome – A Rare case report involving tongue. 20th Dermazone South conference. 2016, Trichy, TN, India.
1) Efficacy of Autologus Serum Therapy in ASST positive & ASST negative patients of Chronic Urticaria.
2) Cutaneous & Mucocuatneous Manifesations of Diabetes Mellitus & its correlation with Duration of Disease.