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H Peter Soyer

  • Professor of Dermatology
  • Director, Dermatology Research Centre
  • The University of Queensland
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Research interests

Life cycle of NaeviEarly detection of Melanoma

About

Professor Soyer is an academic dermatologist from Austria with over 25 years in the field. He came to Australia in 2007 to fulfil an appointment with The University of Queensland as the inaugural Chair of Dermatology, is head of the Dermatology Research Centre and was recently awarded a Practitioner Fellowship from the NHMRC. He was appointed as the Director of the Princess Alexandra Hospital Dermatology Department in 2008 and is also currently a Visiting Medical Officer at the Queensland Institute of Dermatology. Within the dermatology field he is considered among the pioneers of dermoscopy of pigmented skin lesions, a non-invasive diagnostic method, and lead the development of the morphologic classification system currently used worldwide. His specific research expertise lies in dermatooncology and dermatopathology and he has a special interest in teledermatology. He is well published in these fields with over 450 peer reviewed publications, 5 books and numerous book chapters.

Co-authors (1085)

  • Anis Chaerunisaa
  • Ciro  Rodriguez
  • Giuseppe Argenziano
  • Giulio Gabbiani
  • Мартин Стојчевски
  • Itay Klaz

Editorships

Australasian Journal of Dermatology

Associate Editor

2016 - Present

Dermatolgy

Associate Editor

2016 - Present

British Journal of Dermatology

International Editorial Advisory Board

2015 - Present

Australasian Journal of Dermatology

Co-Editor in Chief

2014 - 2016(2 years)

Publications (5)

  • The status of dermoscopy in Germany - results of the cross-sectional Pan-Euro-Dermoscopy Study

    • Blum A
    • Kreusch J
    • Stolz W
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  • Focal regression of a primary melanoma, fading lentigines and poliosis in metastatic melanoma treated with anti-PD-1

    • Thomas S
    • Laino A
    • Sturm R
    • et al.
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  • Proposed technical guidelines for the acquisition of clinical images of skin-related conditions

    • Finnane A
    • Curiel-Lewandrowski C
    • Wimberley G
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  • The BRAF and NRAS mutation prevalence in dermoscopic subtypes of acquired naevi reveals constitutive mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway activation

    • Tan J
    • Tom L
    • Jagirdar K
    • et al.
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  • The value of reflectance confocal microscopy in diagnosis of flat pigmented facial lesions: a prospective study

    • Wurm E
    • Pellacani G
    • Longo C
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Professional experience

Director, Dermatology Research Centre

The University of Queensland

July 2007 - Present