Assoc. Prof Laura Scardamaglia is a Fellow of the college of the Australasia College of Dermatologists (ACD). She is a consultant dermatologist at the Royal Children’s, Royal Melbourne, and Western and Sunshine hospitals.
She is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Melbourne, and is Supervisor of Training and Clinical Supervisor of dermatology trainees with the ACD, and actively engaged in teaching medical students, dermatology trainees, registrars, residents, nurses and general practitioners.
Assoc. Prof Scardamaglia received the Travelling Fellowship prize in 2003 for the most meritorious dermatology candidate in the final ACD exams, and the Cleveland Young Investigator of the year award in 1999.
She has a particular interest in complex medical dermatology, immunobullous disorders, immunological dermatology, vascular anomalies, and paediatric dermatology, and practices as a general dermatologist in her private consulting suites in Footscray.
Assoc. Professor Scardamaglia has established the paediatric dermatology clinic at Sunshine hospital, as well as the adult vascular anomalies clinic at the Royal Melbourne hospital, and is the clinical team leader of the complex medical dermatology/immunobullous clinic at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.