Dr Tasos Stavrakoglou is a Melbourne
based Dermatologist.
He is a consultant dermatologist at the
Alfred Hospital and consults privately at Bayside,
Caulfield and inner north Melbourne.

Biography

Dr Tasos Stavrakoglou MBBS, FACD has been practising Dermatology for over 15 years.

He completed his medical undergraduate training in Greece in 1995 and he completed his training in Dermatology in London.

As part of his specialist training in Dermatology he worked at the Hillingdon & Mt Vernon and Amersham Hospital which is part of the Oxford rotation training Programme.

He worked as a consultant dermatologist at Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals before he relocated to Australia.

During his career he has developed a special interest in skin cancer management and skin surgery. As part of this gained experience he has served for many years as a core member of the Multidisciplinary Skin Cancer Network of the North West London.

His other special interests include Medical Dermatology, Autoimmune Connective Tissue Diseases and Men’s Dermatology.

In addition to his private practice, Dr Stavrakoglou serves as a consultant at the Alfred Hospital where he is involved in teaching dermatology trainees and medical students.

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Publications

Dr Tasos Stavrakoglou has published multiple articles in peer reviewed journals.

Recalcitrant Ulcers Associated with anti-small ubiquitin-like modifier activating enzyme-positive Dermatomyositis treated with surgery followed by Intravenous Immunoglobulins
Australasian Journal of Dermatology – February 2018

Keratoacanthoma formation after skin grafting. A brief pathophysiological hypothesis
Australasian Journal of  Dermatology – June 2016

Adverse Skin Reactions Following Intravitreal Bevacizumab Injection
British Medical Journal
March 2011

The Birt-Hogg-Dube syndrome: dermatological features and internal malignancies
QJM international journal of Medicine
December 2010

Nicotine replacement therapies a treatment for complex aphthosis
Journal of Dermatology Treatment – September 2010

Skin Lesions with sinister associations
British Journal of Hospital Medicine – June 2009

A case of discoid lupus erythematosus masquerading as acne.
Acta Dermatology and Venereology – February 2008
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Successful treatment of primary cutaneous follicle centre lymphoma with topical 5% imiquimod.
British Journal of Dermatology – September 2007

Two cases of longstanding Genital Intraepithelial Neoplasia (GIN) successfully treated with 5% imiquimod cream.
British Journal of Dermatology – July 2006

Congenital dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans in a 11 year old boy
Journal of European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology
November 2005

Co-author of the Dermatology chapter for the textbook: Medicine in a Minute
September 2018

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Melbourne Dermatology Clinic

Phone:  03 9078 6342
Fax: 03 9078 6726
Address
: 258 Park Street, South Melbourne

Bayside Dermatology

Phone: 03 95920000
Fax: 03 95931177
Address: 111 Halifax street, Brighton, 3186

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