total body photography
digital monitoring

About Us


Michelle Avramidis is the Director of Skintography and has been involved in scientific research since graduating from BSc at the University of Sydney in 1996. After working in multiple research fields she began her work in skin cancer in 1998.
For ten years she worked at the Sydney Melanoma Unit at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney. This unit has the largest database of melanoma patients in the world. She has been trained and worked with the world’s leading melanoma experts – Associate Professor Scott Menzies, the now retired Emeritus Professor William McCarthy and Professor John Thompson.

She has a special interest in Total Body Photography and digital skin monitoring and to date has photographed over 5000 patients equating to over 15,000 lesions. She has been involved in the development and instrumentation for the diagnosis of melanoma which subsequently won the 2005 Bradfield Award: Engineering Excellence Awards, Sydney Division. She is maintaining an active interest in leading edge reflectance confocal microscopy. She currently has 10 publications on the subject of skin cancer. See publications list.