Dr Hugh Roberts is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
He completed his medical degree through the University of Melbourne and undertook specialist training at many tertiary referral hospitals including the Royal Melbourne Hospital, the Alfred Hospital and St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne.
He has a special interest in the early detection and management of skin cancer and has published numerous articles on this topic in peer reviewed journals. He is a consultant dermatologist at the Victorian Melanoma Service, a multidisciplinary melanoma unit at the Alfred Hospital and also attends the melanoma clinic at the Skin and Cancer Foundation of Victoria.
Dr Roberts also has a interest in cosmetic dermatology and laser surgery and is a PBS authorised injector of Botulinum Toxin for axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive underarm sweating).
Dr Roberts is currently the Director of Training for the Victorian Faculty of the Australasian College of Dermatologists as well as a member of the National Trainee Committee.
He is a member of The Skin and Cancer Foundation of Victoria and participates in the mentor scheme for dermatology registrars.
Dr Marguerite Seith is a consultant dermatologist and a fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
Marguerite has a broad interest in both medical, cosmetic and surgical Dermatology. Her special interests include nail disorders, hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), acne, skin cancer management and general Dermatology.
Dr Mark Darling is a consultant dermatologist and a fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. Mark is a general dermatologist with specialist interests in skin cancer, medical dermatology and men’s health. Mark is also an experienced skin surgeon and has completed additional training in this field. Mark holds public positions at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Melbourne Sexual Health Clinic. He also works at the Skin and Cancer Foundation in Carlton.
Mark began his medical career in the UK studying medicine at Dundee University. Thereafter he trained in general medicine and became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians MRCP (UK) in 2005. He began his training as a dermatologist at the St Johns Institute of Dermatology, London and completed his specialist qualifications at the Department of Dermatology, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.
Mark was appointed as a consultant dermatologist in 2011 at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. He was the departmental clinical lead in 2013 and held the position of lead skin cancer clinician for the West of Scotland for 2 years before moving to Australia. Mark has published papers in a number of peer reviewed journals and presented at national and international meetings.