Archana Singal is Director professor in the department of dermatology and STI, at University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India. She has 30 years’ experience in clinical dermatology. She is a fellow of the National Academy of Medical Sciences (FAMS). She did her clinical and research fellowship at the University of Sydney, Australia (2001·2002). She has a special interest in the diagnosis and management of nail diseases. She is the founder president of the Nail Society of India (NSI). Her other areas of interest include tropical dermatology and genodermatoses. She has to her credit more than 180 scientific publications in indexed journals and has authored nearly 30 chapters pertaining to dermatology in various textbooks. She is editor of Comprehensive Approach to Infections in Dermatology and Atlas of Infections in Dermatology. She has been awarded the Indian Association of Dermatologist, Venereologist and Leprologist (IADVL) Systopic Oration, Sardarilal Memorial Award for academic excellence and the IADVL teacher parexcellence award. She was the organizing president for the second ONYCHOCON conference (Annual National conference of NSI in 2013), third International Summit for Nail Diseases (ISND) and the fourth ONYCHOCON (2015). She was the scientific chairperson for the Dermatology and Allied Specialty Summit (DAAS) during 2014·2018. Dr. Singal also served as president of IADVL, Delhi State Branch, in 2009. She is a regular invited faculty to various national and international dermatology congresses.