Dr Clare Schofield – Dermatologist
Dr Clare Schofield has been practicing dermatology for over 10 years, she a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. She graduated from medical school in 2004 with first class honours and on the Dean’s role of excellence with university prizes in surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology.
After working in a variety of medical and surgical positions Clare started a career in dermatology. She completed the majority of her training at one of Australia’s largest dermatology departments, the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.
Following her specialist training and becoming a fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists (FACD) Dr Schofield worked as a consultant dermatologist in several private and public clinics before establishing the Melbourne City Dermatology practice.
Dr Schofield is a visiting dermatologist for The Alfred Hospital public dermatology clinic. Clare has a keen interest in teaching and has lectured medical students over the last several years. She is the supervisor of training for dermatology registrars at The Alfred Hospital.
Dr Schofield has published several articles in peer reviewed journals and enjoys treating complex problems and clinical challenges.
Dr Sarah Gamboni – Dermatologist
Dr Sarah Gamboni is a fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
She completed her dermatology specialist training in Victoria, having worked at major tertiary hospitals in Melbourne including The Alfred Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Skin Health Institute. Sarah also completed a year of her dermatology training in the UK, where she had the opportunity to work with her overseas colleagues as well as attend international conferences in London and Europe.
Prior to dermatology training, Sarah worked as a junior doctor at The Alfred, where she worked at the Victorian Melanoma Service and as a Clinical Educator for Monash University Medical Students. She also completed and published research at the Skin Health Institute in allergic contact dermatitis. Sarah has presented research both locally in Australia and at the Royal Society of Medicine meeting in London.
Sarah enjoys working as a general dermatologist including treating acne, skin cancer management, women’s and paediatric dermatology, eczema and psoriasis. She enjoys providing excellent care for her patients.
Dr Annaliesa Wright – Dermatologist
Dr Annaliesa Wright is a consultant dermatologist and Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
Dr Wright completed her dermatology training in Victoria working at tertiary referral hospitals including The Royal Melbourne Hospital, The Alfred Hospital, St Vincentʼs Hospital and Monash Medical Centre. After obtaining her fellowship she worked in New York alongside leading Dermatologists in Laser and Cosmetic Medicine. She has published in international literature including the International Journal of Cancer and the Australasian Journal of Dermatology and has presented her research at national dermatological conferences. As well as private practice, Dr Wright holds Consultant Dermatologist positions at Monash Medical Centre and The Skin Health Institute, Carlton.
Dr Wright has a broad interest in all aspects of general adult and paediatric dermatology, including acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, hair loss, excess sweating, laser treatment and skin cancer management.
Dr Wright is passionate about providing outstanding care to her patients.
Dr Alexander Gin – Dermatologist
Dr Alexander Gin is a consultant dermatologist and Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
Alex completed his specialist training in Victoria and has worked at multiple tertiary hospitals including The Royal Melbourne Hospital, St Vincent’s Hospital, The Royal Children’s Hospital and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Alex has two years’ experience working overseas in United Kingdom, and completed a fellowship in Dermatology and Lymphovascular Medicine at St George’s Hospital in London. He is passionate about dermatology in the developing world and has spent time volunteering in Tanzania and Myanmar.
Alex was awarded the Herman Lawrence Prize in Clinical Dermatology. His research has been published in a number of medical journals, and presented at both national and international conferences.
In addition to his private practice, Alex works as a consultant dermatologist at The Alfred Hospital where he is involved in education of medical students and dermatology trainees. He is committed to lecturing at several GP training workshops.
Alex is dedicated to all aspects of general dermatology including skin cancer, acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and paediatric conditions. Alex is keen to help patients overcome their skin problems.
Dr Celestine Wong – Dermatologist
Dr Celestine Wong is a fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. She graduated from The University of Melbourne and undertook her dermatology specialist training in Victoria at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Alfred Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Skin Health Institute. She also spent 6 months at the National Skin Centre in Singapore where she had broad exposure treating different skin types and tropical conditions.
Dr Wong has a keen interest in dermatology education both locally and overseas and regularly presents at dermatology workshops for health practitioners. She is also part of the International Dermatology Outreach committee and has travelled abroad to work in rural India. She has published in multiple peer-reviewed dermatology journals and strives for evidence-based best practice care. Dr Wong was awarded the Harvey Rotstein award for personal and professional excellence as well as dedication to patient care throughout her registrar training.
Dr Wong holds public hospital appointments as a consultant Dermatologist at the Alfred Hospital and Monash Medical Centre. She has a range of interests including paediatric dermatology, acne, rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, excessive sweating, skin cancer diagnosis and management. She is passionate about her work and takes pride in delivering exceptional care to her patients.
Dr Stephanie Tizi – Dermatologist
Dr Stephanie Tizi is a fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
Stephanie completed her dermatology specialist training in Victoria and trained at most major public hospitals in Melbourne as well as spending six months in Singapore. Stephanie received one of the top three marks nationwide in her final dermatology fellowship exams. She was also awarded the Harvey Rotstein prize in her final year for integrity and collegiality during her training. Her research has been published in medical journals and she was awarded the John Fewings memorial prize for the best contact dermatitis paper presented at the annual Australian dermatology meeting.
As well as privately, Stephanie also works as a consultant dermatologist at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (VCCC), the Alfred Hospital and Monash Medical Centre.
Stephanie enjoys all aspects of dermatology including; early skin cancer detection and management, women’s and paediatric dermatology, acne, rosacea, eczema and psoriasis.
Stephanie is passionate about providing the best care for her patients.
Dr Anita Lasocki – Dermatologist
Dr Anita Lasocki is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists and graduated from Medicine with Honours from The University of Melbourne in 2005. She completed specialist Dermatology training at The Royal Children’s Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, St Vincent’s Hospital and The Skin Health Institute.
Anita was awarded the President’s medal in Pharmacology during Dermatology training. Upon completion of her training, she received an international scholarship from the American Academy of Dermatology for her examination results. In 2012, Anita was the recipient of the F.C. Florance Bequest through the Australasian College of Dermatologists, furthering her subspecialty interests at world-renowned European centres.
Anita holds public hospital appointments as a Consultant Dermatologist at St Vincent’s Hospital and The Royal Women’s Hospital. She is involved in the teaching and supervision of medical students and Dermatology trainees, and coordinates the Dermatology Prize examinations for medical students throughout Victoria.
Dr Lasocki enjoys the diversity of Dermatology practice and managing all disorders of skin, hair and nails. She has particular interests in early melanoma detection, skin cancer management, women’s and children’s Dermatology, management of excessive sweating, and biologic therapies for psoriasis.