Meet our panel of medical specialists

Research Review Australia works with over 70 local medical specialists to select and advise on the most important research from around the world. They advise on what really matters, what impact it has on local healthcare and what we need to do in our daily practice to accomodate new skills and knowledge. Select a category below to see more about each of our expert advisors.

Professor Michael Henderson

Professor Michael Henderson

Michael A Henderson is professor of surgery in the University of Melbourne and head of the multidisciplinary Melanoma and Skin Service at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne. He is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and after obtaining a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons spent 2 1/2 years undertaking a fellowship in surgical oncology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre. His clinical practice is confined to surgical oncology. His major clinical interests are in the management of patients with melanoma and maintains an active clinical and translational research interest in melanoma. He led a major international multicentre study of adjuvant radiotherapy after link for melanoma and is currently the principal investigator of a multicentre international trial of margins of excision of intermediate and thick melanoma (MELMART)... read more »

Associate Professor Pascale Guitera

Associate Professor Pascale Guitera

Associate Professor Pascale Guitera is currently Director of the Sydney Melanoma Diagnostic Centre (SMDC) and academic dermatologist at the Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) with a position of A/Professor at the University of Sydney. She has done her dermatology fellowship in Saint Louis hospital in Paris. She was awarded the highest distinction for her PhD at the Curie Institute and SMDC on the application of instrumental techniques for the diagnosis of skin tumours. She relocated in Sydney since 2005, and she has achieved global recognition as one of the top 10 researchers of in vivo confocal microscopy (RCM). Dr Guitera was awarded the 2013 Wildfire Premier’s award by the Cancer Institute NSW for outstanding research. She organizes courses in imagery for the diagnosis of skin cancer on a yearly basis... read more »