Dr. Nomphelo Gantsho is fascinated by all aspects of dermatology, a founder of SCIN, a medical director of Derma-SCAPE and Dermatology Treatment & Phototherapy Clinic.
Dr. Gantsho earned her medicine degree from University of Pretoria in 1994 and is a board certified dermatologist who trained at the prestigious University of Cape Town medical school in the department of dermatology. She is a Fellow Dermatologist of the College of Medicine of South Africa. In her last year of training she started a combined clinic with Plastic Surgeons for Hidradenitis suppurativa.
Prior to her training as a medical doctor, she has completed her Masters in Science at the University of Pretoria. This background gives Dr Gantsho special insight into research, she is involved in clinical trials that evaluate cosmetic and aesthetic products.
Dr. Gantsho has clinical interests in various facets a combination of medical and surgical dermatology, cosmetic dermatology, aesthetic services, and research endeavors. Dr. Gantsho participates in ongoing medical education, she is a consultant at Groote Schuur Hospital, Dermatology Department where she works in a dermatology outpatients clinic and teaches medical students and Registrars from the University of Cape Town.
Dr. Gantsho has been profiled in numerous publications and commentaries including Elle Magazine, Fairly Magazine, You Magazine, Marie Claire, W24, Destiny Magazine, and various Women’s Magazines. She have also been invited as a guest speaker on several local television shows.
Dr. Gantsho speaks on national and international fronts, focusing on dermatology issues related to research, aesthetic and cosmetic dermatology. She has published several research papers.
- Executive Committee Member of South African Society for Dermatological Surgery (SASDS) – Secretary
- Representative Member of Dermatology – CMSA
- Member Dermatology Society of South Africa (DSSA)
- Member (African Women Dermatology Society (AWDS)
- Member Dermatologic & Aesthetic Surgery International League (DASIL)
- Journal Peer review