MBBS (Hons), BMedSc (Hons), FACD

Radien Dermatology - Dr Keng-Ee Thai

Dr Keng-Ee Thai graduated Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery from Monash University with Honours in 1996. His early postgraduate training was at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, whilst his advanced training in dermatology was at the Skin and Cancer Foundation Australia (Sydney), the Royal Hospital Haslar (United Kingdom), the Royal North Shore Hospital, and the Prince of Wales Hospital. He was elected to the Fellowship of the Australasian College of Dermatologists in 2006.

Dr Thai completed his Bachelor of Medical Science (Research, Honours I) at Monash University (Department of Surgery, Monash Medical Centre Campus) working in the organ transplantation laboratory developing preservation solutions for organ harvesting and transplantation.

Before Dermatology training, Dr Thai’s early post-graduate experience was in surgery. He has also spent several years in academic and clinical research at the Department of Medicine at the University of Melbourne (St Vincent’s Hospital Campus) and the Skin and Cancer Foundation (Victoria), developing his current interest in the diseases of hair and nails. In addition, during his time in advance training he also became involved in epicutaneous patch testing, a discipline that tests patients for delayed-type hypersensitivity that manifests clinically as allergic contact dermatitis. He is published in local and international journals and regularly provides learning opportunities for dermatology trainees and general practitioners. He is an Associate Editor of the Australasian Journal of Dermatology

He is the principal dermatologist at Radien Dermatology Gordon, serving the upper north shore of Sydney.  Radien Dermatology is a multi-dermatologist, full service private dermatology clinic, providing general, surgical cosmetic and laser dermatology services.

Dr Thai is a commissioned officer in the Australian Army. He holds the rank of Major, and is the Senior Medical Officer at Headquarters 8th Brigade. His primary role is to provide military health advice to the Brigade Commander.  As well as providing general health support to the Army, he also conducts a dermatology clinic at Singlton Health Centre, Lone Pine Barracks.  As a dermatologist he represents a unique force preservation capability for the Australian Defence Force.

He is a Consultant Dermatology at Concord General Repatriation Hospital, attending a general and surgical dermatology clinic.

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