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We boast a trained and specialised team at our Camberwell clinic. Our doctors will endeavour to make sure that your visit to Molescreen is both productive and pleasant.
Dr Wallis has been working in skin cancer medicine for over 12 years. During this time he has completed a Masters degree in Skin Cancer Medicine from the University of Queensland. Additionally he has 2 years surgical training through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and is a member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. He regularly attends local and international skin cancer conferences.
He has diagnosed and treated thousands of skin cancers. Dr Wallis prides himself on being extremely thorough with skin examinations as he knows from experience that early skin cancer can be very subtle and difficult to detect. He also gets great satisfaction from surgically removing skin cancers neatly and precisely from around the face.
Dr Maria Vartanyan, is a second year GP Registrar (RACGP) who graduated with honors in 2009. She had a great pleasure working with Eastern Health, the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and Queensland Health. The years she worked as ENT surgical trainee shaped good manual skills and laid a foundation to the interest in skin cancer medicine which she is currently pursuing. She completed Professional Certificate of Dermoscopy – the method of skin lesion examination under magnification which aids an early diagnosis of skin cancers.
Rowan is a GP Registrar (RACGP) with a focus on skin cancer medicine. Having grown up in rural NSW and seeing first-hand the affects of long-term sun exposure on skin health, Rowan is committed to the prevention, early detection and complete care of skin cancer.
On top of his additional training in skin cancer medicine, Rowan is also trained in paediatrics and emergency medicine, and continues to assist in general surgery. This breadth provides Rowan with a variety of experience to consider your total care while focussing on the management of your skin. He is skilled in both surgical and non-surgical methods of skin cancer management including excisions, cryotherapy and creams.
When not practicing medicine, he enjoys going on adventures with his young and active family, snowboarding and playing sports.
· Certificate in Dermoscopy in Skin Cancer Medicine
· Certificate in Emergency Medicine
· Completion of Sydney Child Health Program
Cofounder and owner of Molescreen, began focused skin cancer screening in his general practice when a colleague was found to have a melanoma on his leg.
After undertaking special training in skin cancer medicine and surgery, he and two colleagues realised that a stand-alone Skin Cancer Clinic is the best option for both patient and clinician and so Molescreen started in Riversdale Road, Camberwell 2005.
The Practice moved to its current site at 847 Burke Road, Camberwell in 2012 and continues to provide comprehensive skin cancer screening, prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
The University of Queensland holds regular national and international conferences in which the latest diagnostic and treatment theories and practices are explored.
Molescreen staff attends these conferences and masterclasses regularly.
Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine (UQ)
Dr Lamb has a strong commitment to preventative medicine. After seeing the devastating impact of advanced cancer during her time as a hospital doctor, Dr Lamb is dedicated to ensuring the early detection of melanoma. Early detection and management of melanoma has an excellent prognosis.
Her additional training in dermoscopy serves as a strongly evidence-based aid to clinical examination of skin lesions. Dr Lamb believes in holistic patient care and attainment of optimum cosmesis.
MBBS, FRACGP (2013)
Advanced certificate in skin cancer medicine and surgery (2016)
Advanced certificate in Dermoscopy (2017)
Skin cancer college Australia
Dr Reshmi started her career in skin cancer in 2011. Over the years she dedicated and upskilled herself by extensive training through skin cancer college Australia (SCCA). She achieved double diploma/advanced certificates in skin cancer surgery (2016) and member of SCCA and hoping to continue and finish the fellowship in skin cancer.
She is enthusiastic and highly competent in early diagnosis, complete management of skin cancer by surgical and non-surgical methods and regular follow ups as a complete care model for her patients.
She is trained and experienced in different skin cancer surgeries like excisions, skin flaps and skin grafts. She also practices non-surgical management like cryotherapy/creams as appropriate.