Dr. Michelle Rodrigues is the founder and director of Chroma Dermatology. She also holds academic senior dermatology consultant positions at the Royal Children’s Hospital, the Skin Health Institute and is an honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Melbourne.
She has over 15 years of experience in dermatology and has practiced locally and internationally. She is globally renowned for her expertise in treating pigment problems and diagnosing and managing skin conditions in those with skin of colour (non-Caucasian skin).
Through her passion for medical education and research, Dr. Rodrigues has contributed to advances in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions like vitiligo and melasma, and to the unique diagnostic and treatment considerations in patients with skin of colour who have common skin conditions like acne, eczema, psoriasis, keloid scars and more.
As a key opinion leader in pigmentary disorders and skin of colour, Dr. Rodrigues looks forward to serving her patients and journeying with them to improved skin health.
Dr. Celestine Wong is an Australian-trained dermatologist and Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. During her dermatology training, she spent 6months at the National Skin Centre in Singapore where she obtained experience treating Asian and Indian skin types and tropical skin conditions.
Dr. Wong has a range of interests including paediatric dermatology (skin problems in children), acne, rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, excessive sweating and skin cancer. She understands the unique ways these common conditions present and respond to treatment in those with skin of colour.
Having a keen interest in dermatology education, Dr. Wong has published in numerous peer reviewed journals and lectures to healthcare professionals. She is involved in voluntary work abroad and was awarded the Harvey Rotstein Award for personal and professional excellence as well as dedication to patient care throughout her dermatology training.
Dr. Wong can converse in Mandarin and prides herself on providing evidence-based treatment for her patients.
Dr Flora Poon is a Consultant and Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. She undertook her dermatology speciality training in Melbourne where she gained experience working at all major Victorian tertiary hospitals. During Dr Poon’s dermatology training, she was awarded a scholarship and selected to work in Oxford, United Kingdom where she furthered sub specialty experience in medical and surgical dermatology for adult and paediatric patients.
In addition to private practice, Dr Poon holds a public appointment at Monash Health where she is actively involved in ongoing medical research and teaching. Dr Poon enjoys the diversity of dermatology practice and has a range of sub speciality interests including eczema, psoriasis, skin cancer management, acne, rosacea, excess sweating and paediatric skin conditions. Dr Poon is dedicated to her patients and takes pride in delivering evidence-based dermatology practice.
Senhong (Isaac) Lee is an Australian trained dermatologist and Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. He is of Malaysian background and can converse in Mandarin.
Dr. Lee completed his medical degree with honours at Monash University. Whilst in medical school, he was awarded the Australian College of Dermatologist Prize in Dermatology in recognition of his excellence in dermatology theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
Dr. Lee has worked in tertiary referral hospitals around the state during his dermatology training, including Monash Health, The Alfred Hospital, St Vincent’s Hospital, The Royal Children’s Hospital and Northern Health. He has also worked in dermatology centres abroad including Malaysia and Nepal as a medical student.