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2010 – 2013: Skin cancer audit in primary care (University of Queensland). Primary investigator.
2016 – 2018: Skin cancer in a South African tertiary care dermatology clinic: A retrospective study (Stellenbosch University). Co-investigator.
2016 – 2017: Clinical and pathological features of acral melanoma in a South African population: A retrospective study (Stellenbosch University). Primary investigator.
2016 – 2019: Prospective Study: Clinical, histological and molecular analysis of melanomas involving the hands and feet in the Southern African population (Stellenbosch University). Research assistant.
2019: Healthcare-worker awareness and knowledge of skin cancer in patients with darker skin types. Co-investigator.
2019: Vula referrals for dermatology to Tygerberg hospital are inefficient and not safe for ongoing use. Co-Supervisor.
2020: Treatment of Melanoma-in-Situ on the Head and Neck with Staged Contoured Micrographic Excision: A retrospective study.
Read more about Dr. Johann de Wet on ResearchGate.