Our specialist doctors deliver current, evidence-based treatments and hold nationally, and internationally recognised training qualifications.
Our Dermatologists have additional training and technical expertise in the unique field of Mohs micrographic surgery.
Dr Cherian is a graduate of the University of Western Australia. His interests lie in Procedural and General Dermatology, and he was the recipient of the Australasian College of Dermatology Founders’ Medal in Procedural Dermatology.
Dr Cherian is a Senior Clinical Lecturer for the University of Western Australia. He is currently the Director of the Mohs Surgery Fellowship training program at Oxford Dermatology.
His professional Fellowships include the American College of Mohs Surgeons (FACMS).
He completed his Fellowship in Mohs surgery at Oxford Day Surgery in June 2013 and continues to provide a full dermatology and skin cancer surgery service with us.
Dr Cherian’s areas of expertise include:
Clin Assoc Prof Vinciullo is a medical graduate from the University of WA. He became a Fellow of The Australasian College of Dermatologists (F.A.C.D.) in 1986 and completed a Fellowship in Mohs surgery at the New York University Medical Centre in from 1986-1988.
Clin Assoc A/Prof Vinciullo has since been in private practice as a dermatologist and Mohs surgeon and an adjunct Clinical Associate Professor at the University of WA. More than 21 dermatologists from Australia, New Zealand and the UK have completed one year Fellowship training in Mohs surgery under his program direction
Having been actively involved in research for more than 30 years he has authored or co-authored more than 40 peer reviewed articles in the medical literature and has been invited to write commentaries and to review submitted articles in many high profile Dermatology Journals including the Australasian Journal of Dermatology, Dermatologic Surgery and the British Journal of Dermatology.
Dr Harvey Smith graduated from the University of London in 1990 and was awarded an MD for research in 2004. He qualified in Mohs surgery in 2001 and practised in the UK from 2002-2009 before moving to Perth to found Oxford Day Surgery. He was chair of the Australasian College of Dermatology Mohs group between 2009 and 2018. He has contributed to the recognition of Mohs surgery by Medicare and has authored several randomised controlled trials regarding the reduction of post-operative Mohs infection. He is a Gulf War veteran.