Dr Brian De'Ambrosis is a graduate of the University of Queensland. After completing his specialist dermatologist training with the Australasian College of Dermatologists he worked at the Skin and Cancer Foundation of Australia in Sydney and obtained his fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery, Advanced Cutaneous Surgery and Laser Surgery. Dr De'Ambrosis established South East Dermatology in South East Brisbane and is a senior visiting medical officer in procedural dermatology at Princess Alexandra Hospital. He is also a visiting dermatologist at the Queensland Institute of Dermatology at Greenslopes Private Hospital and a senior lecturer at the University of Queensland. At the training institutions he is involved with supervision of dermatology registrars particularly in the area of specialised skin cancer surgery. He has several publications and given lectures at an international and national level relating to skin cancer and general dermatologic disorders. Dr De'Ambrosis' special interests include melanoma, non melanoma skin cancers, Mohs Surgery (a highly specialised form of skin cancer surgery), laser surgery, perineural invasion and acne management. Back to top
Dr Jim Muir is a life long resident of Brisbane who qualified as a specialist dermatologist in 1994. Besides practicing at South East Dermatology he is the director of the department of dermatology at the Mater hospital, South Brisbane. As the dermatologist for 'Telederm National', a web site run by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine, Jim also delivers dermatological care to all parts of Australia via the internet. A general dermatologist Jim has a special interest in skin cancer and skin disease in the elderly. Actively involved in medical education he regularly lectures on dermatology to other specialists, general practitioners, medical students, pharmacists and the general public. He is a senior lecturer in dermatology at the University of Queensland, a moderator of the International Dermoscopy Society, Chair of the Brisbane Hospitals Dermatology Group and has for many years been involved in the provision of dermatology education to the Department of Podiatry at the Queensland University of Technology. At the time of writing he has 15 publications in peer reviewed journals and texts. Back to top
Dr Simon Yong-Gee graduated from the University of Queensland in 1992. In 1997 he commenced his dermatology training in London and Edinburgh before completing his qualifications in Queensland in 2002. Dr Yong-Gee is also a Visiting Medical Officer at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital and is involved in teaching registrars and medical students. His interest is in general dermatology. Back to top
Dr Asoka Herat is a general Dermatologist who was trained in Australia and UK. Her interests are paediatic dermatology, vulval diseases and acne. She works in private practice and a visiting Dermatologist at the Mater Adult Hospital. Back to top
Dr Burdon-Jones is a Specialist Dermatologist in private practice at South East Dermatology in Brisbane.
He was formerly Senior Visiting Dermatologist at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, and spent 8 years working as a Consultant Dermatologist in the UK. He is currently Visiting Dermatologist to the Mater Adult Hospital in South Brisbane, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Dermatology at the University of Queensland, and Examiner for the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
Dr Burdon-Jones has published internationally on skin cancer and is peer reviewer for international dermatology journals.
His special interests are eczema, psoriasis, acne and skin cancer. Back to top
Dr Corinne Yoong is a general dermatologist with a special interest in the treatment of acne, eczema, psoriasis, and cutaneous malignancies as well as vulval diseases. Corinne trained in Queensland and is a fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. Corinne is an experienced clinician with a fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of General Practitioners, as well as holding a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.Back to top
Why see a dermatologist?
You can only become a dermatologist after acquiring a basic medical degree, gaining general experience in clinical practice and then undergoing at least four years of intensive hospital based training. During this time the trainee dermatologist is educated in all aspects of skin disease. They have to publish research articles as well as develop their clinical and surgical skills. Only after passing rigorous written and clinical examinations are they awarded their specialist qualification. Learn more here
Why see us?
Why see us All of our dermatologists are Fellows of the Australasian College of Dermatologists having met their rigorous requirements and are committed to continuing education
We have had many years of experience in skin cancer detection and management with this practice being established since 1993
Consultations are conducted professionally in a friendly and relaxed environment
The centre has easy parking and access to major public transport
DVA patients are welcome