Professor Tirant

Professor Michael Tirant

Integrative Dermatology, Psoriasis and other Papulosquamous diseases


Professor Michael Tirant is the founder and Principal Consultant specializing in Integrative Dermatology at the Psoriasis Eczema Clinic in Frankston, Australia. Prof. Tirant is a Full Professor of the Dermatology and Venereology at University of Rome “G. Marconi”, Rome, Italy.

Prof. Tirant is an advisor for Australia and South-East Asia for the dermatology disabilities of the Vitiligo Research Foundation at the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) United Nations.

He has been a Lecturer – Genetics, Microbiology, Pharmacology and Biochemistry, Monash University, Nutritional Medicine at the Australian College of Nutritional Medicine, Melbourne, Australia and Traditional Chinese Medicine at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia.

He is a member of the Editing Panel of the Journal of Global Dermatology.

His special interests include pathogenesis and integrated treatment approach for psoriasis, vitiligo and other autoimmune disorders. Prof. Tirant has authored and co-authored several chapters and books in dermatology and medical science. He has also presented lectures and papers at a number of international conferences.

He has been involved in dermatology research for over 30 years and has developed over 40 products using bio-herbal actives for the treatment of many dermatological conditions, including psoriasis, atopic eczema, ichthyosis, alopecia areata, vitiligo and systemic lupus erythematosus. His treatments have been utilized internationally with great success.

Prof. Tirant has been a leader in pioneering Integrative Dermatology, having a holistic approach to the treatment of dermatological diseases, combining conventional and alternative treatment approaches, leading to the evolution of Integrative Dermatology.

His motto is “address triggers that flare up dermatological diseases, as well as treating the symptoms”.

Integrative Dermatology is now used worldwide in the treatment and management of skin diseases.