Dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections
Dr Jennifer Dunlop trained in medicine and surgery at the University of Sydney and undertook international post-graduate training in Practical Dermatology through the University of Wales, UK, making her an alumna of the University of Sydney, the University of Wales, and the Singapore Skin Hospital. Dr Dunlop regularly undertakes advanced training in Australia, the UK, North America and Asia to update her skills.
Paediatric Dermatology, Patch Testing
General Dermatology, Teledermatology
Dr Catherine Drummond is a specialist dermatologist with an interests paediatric and vulval dermatology. She is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists and an Accredited NSW Workcover Assessor of Permanent Impairment. Dr Drummond works in private practice in Canberra, Sydney and on the NSW South Coast. She sees vulval, paediatric and general dermatology patients at Drummond Dermatology in Phillip.
Skin cancer management, paediatric dermatology, acne, psoriasis, cosmetic dermatology and clinical trials.
Dr Diana Rubel is a consultant dermatologist in private practice at Woden Dermatology, Canberra, a visiting medical officer at The Canberra Hospital, and Senior Lecturer at the Australian National University (ANU). She has over 15 years’ experience at the Skin and Cancer Foundation, Darlinghurst, Sydney, and has been a Staff Specialist at the Sydney Childrens Hospital for 10 years. Her goal is to excel in patient care and service to her patients, her referring doctors and her staff. She is passionate about consistently delivering high quality care to all patients, and has developed special interests in skin cancer management, paediatric dermatology, acne, psoriasis, cosmetic dermatology and clinical trials.
Inflammatory diseases, Infectious and Autoimmune diseases, Surgical and non-surgical management of skin cancer.
Dr Dana Slape is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists and graduate of Western Sydney University. Dr Slape is passionate about managing chronic dermatological conditions across all age groups, but is particularly interested in children and adolescents as well as the elderly. Dr Slape is experienced in inflammatory diseases of the skin including eczema and psoriasis, but has also developed niche skills in skin diseases relating to infectious and autoimmune diseases, which has been informed by extensive work across urban, rural and remote Australia, and the Pacific Islands. Dr Slape is also interested in surgical and non-surgical management of skin cancer. She has been awarded university prizes for academic excellence, oncology, professionalism and leadership.
Adult and Paediatric Dermatology, Surgical and Procedural Dermatology, Cosmetic Dermatology.
Dr Rachael Anforth is a Specialist Dermatologist and Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists based in Canberra ACT.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine from the University of Newcastle in 2008, Dr Anforth completed her Intern and Resident years at Westmead Hospital, Sydney. Following this Dr Anforth completed a PhD in the skin side effects of BRAF Inhibitors used in the treatment of melanoma through the University of Sydney and Western Clinical School (Westmead Hospital), while concurrently participating in a number of clinical trials and research projects all within the Dermatology field. In particular Dr Anforth was involved in the diagnosis and management of skin toxicities of systemic oncology agents and has published widely on this topic.
Dermatology,Hair and scalp disorders (alopecias), Surgical and Laser dermatology.
Dr Leona Yip is a Melbourne-trained dermatologist currently in private practice in Canberra after relocating here in late 2014. Dr Yip is a Fellow of The Australasian College of Dermatologists (FACD), a qualification obtained after four years of intensive dermatology specialty training that concludes with fellowship examinations to ensure the highest competence in the recognition and management of all aspects of disorders of the skin, hair and nails.
Dr Yip remains committed to dermatology research and academia alongside her busy private practice. She is an Honorary Visiting Dermatologist at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, where she spent most of her time during her PhD research and in dermatology training. Dr Yip remains heavily involved with the supervision and training of dermatology registrars, and also with the education of general practitioners and medical students through invited lectures and clinical attachments.
Skin checks, Skin cancer excisions, Treatment for ingrown toenails, Excisional treatment of lumps and bumps including cysts, Superficial Lipomas as well as acne management, and Cryotherapy.
Dr Shelly Gill MBBS FRACGP MRCS(Edin) Surgery MS Surgery DCH completed her surgical training and gained experience in general, thoracic and endocrine surgery followed by urology training in England. Subsequently she worked in Queensland, acquiring valuable experience in skin cancer treatment. She also worked for six years in emergency medicine at Royal Adelaide Hospital. Dr Gill is a member of the Australian Institute of Dermatology. Dr Gill has completed her training in dermoscopy from the Australasian College of Dermatologists and is also trained in cosmetic injections.
Skin cancer, Skin cancer medicine, Surgery and Dermatology.
Paul is a graduate of Sydney University and served in the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps, becoming Director General Army and later Defence Force Health Services. He was a former Board member of Diabetes Australia ACT, Medicare Local ACT, and foundation member of Skin Cancer College of Australia and New Zealand. He is an acrreditated Skin Cancer Doctor and his special interests are Skin cancer medicine and surgery and dermatology, He runs skin clinics at the surgery.
Dermatology, Cosmetic Surgery.
Dr Bernard qualified in medicine in the UK in 1989. After migrating to Australia, he obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioner in 1993. During this time, he developed an interest in dermatology, skin cancer medicine and treatment for sun damaged skin. Bernard retrained as a cosmetic physician in 2003.
He first became involved in skin cancer medicine in 1992. Over the next decade, it struck him how severely sun damaged and photoaged his skin cancer patients were. This drove him to look into ways to improve the appearance of photoaged skin. In 2003, Bernard had the opportunity to become trained in cosmetic injectables and laser treatments, both of which were relatively in their infancy. He then became one of the original cosmetic physicians in Canberra.
Dermatology, Emergency medicine, Women’s health, Men’s health, and Paediatrics.
Dr Mirza Rahman has over 20 years experience as a general practitioner and is highly qualified in a broad range of areas including dermatology, emergency medicine, women’s health, men’s health, and paediatrics. He is also qualified for Rail Safety Worker’s medicals.