MB BS(UNSW), BSc(Med), FRACGP, DPDerm(Cardiff UK), MPhil(USYD), FRCPA(Dermpath)
About sydney Dermatopathologist Dr ERIC SONG
Dr Eric Song is a dermatopathologist, laser specialist, and a researcher.
He graduated from University of New South Wales in 1997, completed internship at Concord Repatriation General Hospital in 1998, and began his exciting career in Medicine.
His broad interest, endless curiosity, and passion began when he found his interest in skin after the medical education and basic medical training. He took the initiative and started further education processes including postgraduate diploma in practical dermatology, association and memberships in several organisations including ASLMS (American Society for Laser in Medicine and Surgery), IACD (International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology), IPA (International Photodynamic Association), and Harvard University Postgraduate Association. He also completed in a postgraduate Master by research program at the University of Sydney in field of photobiology, vitamin D, and skin cancer related topics and authored several peer reviewed publications, and co-authored a chapter in a textbook.
Dr Eric Song is the director of Reskin Medical (previously Curederm Skin and Laser) since 2007 and worked hard to make this a successful and reputable practice today , providing consistent and reliable primary, and secondary medical skin related services.
He is a research affiliate at the University of Sydney, department of Anatomy and Pathology with continued interest in dermatologic research.
Dr Eric Song is a fellow of Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia, member of International Academy of Pathologists, and Australian Dermatopathology Society.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my job as a medical doctor for the past 20 plus years, and I consider myself very lucky to have a job I still enjoy every single day. It is fantastic to be able to help both men and women, young and old, in all aspects of skin related concerns some of which are life saving, while others are life giving.”