MEET THE TEAM

Our Dermatologists have completed a four year specialist training program and obtained Fellowship of the College of Dermatologists. 

 

They will provide expert advice on the management of acne, eczema, psoriasis, skin allergies, moles and skin cancers as well as hair and nail problems.

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A/Prof Adrian Mar

 Associate Professor Adrian Mar is a principal of the practice and a general dermatologist with experience in the management of inflammatory skin conditions, disorders of the hair and skin cancers.  He is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatogists and Head of the Department of Dermatology at Monash Health. He has a subspecialty interest in the treatment of vitiligo, having co-founded the Vitiligo Clinic at the Skin Health Institute where he is a Visiting Consultant.

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Dr Adriene Lee

Dr Adriene Lee is a principal of the practice and a general dermatologist with experience in the management of inflammatory skin conditions and skin cancers.  She is a is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatogists and a Visiting Consultant at St Vincent’s Hospital and the Skin Health Institute.  She is currently the Dean of Education of the College of Dermatologists. Her subspecialty interest is contact dermatitis (skin reactions due to the contact of a substance on the skin) and she oversees patch testing on site for those with possible allergic contact dermatitis.

Dr Kamal Sandhu is an experienced general dermatologist who obtained her initial training in Chandigarh, India, before gaining her Fellowship of the Australasian College of Dermatogists.  She has a broad interest in general dermatology including inflammatory and pigmentary skin disorders and skin cancers. She has an interest in the treatment of hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating of the skin) and as a Visiting Consultant she runs a clinic for this condition at the Skin Health Institute.

Dr Adam Sheridan is a dermatologist with special expertise in the surgical management of skin cancers and the use of lasers and light devices.  He is a is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatogists and qualified in the use of Mohs micrographic surgery, an advanced technique for the removal of certain types of skin cancer.  His other interest is in the treatment of acne scarring, rosacea, photodamage and other conditions with the use of lasers and light devices. He is a Visiting Consultant at the Alfred Hospital and the Skin Health Institute.

Dr Jacinta Opie is a general dermatologist with experience in treating a wide range of skin conditions.  She is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatogists and a Visiting Consultant at Austin Health and at the Mercy Hospital for Women where she attends the Vulval Diseases Clinic.  As an expert in skin conditions relating to women’s health she provides a welcoming and professional service for her patients.

Dr Sarah Hannam is a general dermatologist who moved to Melbourne from Adelaide to undertake her training in dermatology that included a year spent at the University College Hospital in the UK.  She has a special interest in the treatment of acne, psoriasis, scars and pigmentation of the skin. She is a Visiting Consultant at the Alfred, St Vincent’s and Royal Children’s Hospitals and the Skin Health Institute.

Dr Niyati Sharma is a general dermatologist who recently returned from the USA where she obtained a Fellowship in Paediatric Dermatology at the Ann & Robert Lurie Childern’s Hospital and a Masters of Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Univerity in the USA.  She has a broad interest in the treatment of skin conditions in both adults and children and is a Visiting Consultant at Monash Health and the Skin Health Institute.

Dr Friyana Bhabha is a general dermatologist who trained at several major hospitals in Melbourne and Hobart following her basic training as a physician.  She has interests in the management of acne, rosacea, psoriasis and eczema and as a Visiting Consultant at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre she has expertise in the treatment of all forms of skin cancer.

Dr Aaron Robinson is a general dermatologist who completed his PhD at the University of Adelaide and postdoctoral studies at the Walter and Eliza Insitute before obtaining Fellowship of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.  He has an interest in skin cancer and inflammatory disorders including psoriasis, eczema, urticaria and alopecia areata. He is a Visiting Consultant at St Vincent’s Hospital, the Northern Hospital and the Skin Health Institute where he attends the Transplant and Skin Cancer assessment clinic.

Dr Jane Li a general dermatologist who completed a PhD at the University of Melbourne focusing on skin immunity and alopecia areata before graduating with several awards as a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.  She has interests in a wide range of conditions including skin cancer, women’s dermatology, paediatric dermatology and hair loss. She is a Visiting Consultant at St Vincent’s Hospital and the Skin Health Institute and is a speaker of Mandarin.