Associate Professor Andrew Miller ‧ Dermatologist
A/Prof Andrew Miller is the former President of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. He has worked in private practice for over 20 years, including as a Visiting Medical Officer at both Calvary Hospital and Canberra Hospital, where he is head of the dermatology department.
A/Prof Miller is a member of the Australian Medical Association (AMA) ‐ Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Board and formerly on the AMA Federal Council as well as a Director of the Council of Presidents of Medical Colleges. He was President of the ACT Australian Medical Association (AMA) from 2012 to 2014. He teaches at the Australian National University Medical School, Canberra, and supervises vocational trainees of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
In 2018 A/Prof Miller was made a member of the General Division of the Order of Australia for his contribution to the field of Dermatology and professional organisations. In 2019 he was awarded the Australiasian College of Dermatology Silver medal in recognition of outstanding services to the college and the wider dermatology community. A/Prof Miller continues to dedicate time to multiple task forces and consultancy roles, including but not limited to Sandos, Novartis, Jansen, GMA and the National Prescribing Service.In addition to A/Prof Miller’s private practice in Canberra, he conducts rural outreach clinics in Young and Batemans Bay, NSW on a regular basis.He is a passionate advocate for ensuring all Australians look after their skin health.
Dr Rachael Anforth ‧ Dermatologist
Dr Rachael Anforth is a Specialist Dermatologist and Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists based in Canberra ACT.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine from the University of Newcastle in 2008, Dr Anforth completed her Intern and Resident years at Westmead Hospital, Sydney. Following this Dr Anforth completed a PhD in the skin side effects of BRAF Inhibitors used in the treatment of melanoma through the University of Sydney and Western Clinical School (Westmead Hospital), while concurrently participating in a number of clinical trials and research projects all within the Dermatology field. In particular Dr Anforth was involved in the diagnosis and management of skin toxicities of systemic oncology agents and has published widely on this topic.
Dr Anforth undertook her specialist training in adult and paediatric dermatology throughout NSW/ACT including Orange Dermatology, The Skin Hospital Darlinghurst, St Vincents Hospital, The Canberra Hospital and Royal North Shore Hospital.
Dr Anforth is involved in teaching of medical students and mentoring of junior doctors. She is a Staff Specialist at The Canberra Hospital and a member of the Australian Medical Association.