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Endocrine Surgeon, Minimally invasive parathyroidectomy, Thyroid surgery, Thyroid cancer, Minimally invasive low pain Adrenal surgery, Surgeon-performed ultrasound of the thyroid and parathyroid glands
Julie Miller is a specialist surgeon with specific expertise in endocrine surgery. Originally from the United States, she became a fully qualified surgeon in New York City before moving to Australia in 2001. She is a consultant surgeon at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and Epworth Freemason’s Hospital, and former Clinical Sub-Dean for Surgical Education at the University of Melbourne. She is Head of the Thyroid and Endocrine Tumour Group of the Royal Melbourne Hospital, and directs the Thyroid Cancer Multidisciplinary Care Conference. She has a special interest and expertise in minimally invasive parathyroid surgery, as well as thyroid and adrenal surgery.
Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, Gestational diabetes, Insulin pumps, Thyroid conditions, Osteoporosis, Pituitary pathology including Cushing’s Syndrome, Reproductive endocrinology, Male infertility, Adrenal disorders
Dr Jonathan Cohen MBBS (Hons) FRACP is an endocrinologist and diabetes physician based in Melbourne. You can arrange an appointment with Dr Cohen at one of three locations throughout Melbourne. Dr Cohen treats all endocrine conditions, with a particular interest in men’s health and male infertility. Dr Cohen’s experience covers a range of hormone conditions. He completed a fellowship in andrology and male infertility with Andrology Australia.
Transgender health, Endocrine disorders, Diabetes in pregnancy, Thyroid, Parathyroid disease, Osteoporosis, Bone health, Diabetes mellitus, Pituitary disease, Adrenal disease, Androgen replacement therapy, Polycystic ovary syndrome
Dr Ingrid Bretherton completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Adelaide in 2010. She completed her specialist Endocrinology training at Austin Health and Monash Health and was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) in 2017.Dr Bretherton is a Consultant Endocrinologist and has appointments at Austin Health, Western Health, Monash Health and Northern Health and works in private practice. She has an interest in all aspects of general endocrinology and diabetes and has a special interest in transgender medicine and treating endocrine and diabetes issues during pregnancy. Dr Bretherton is also a medical researcher at The University of Melbourne (Department of Medicine, Austin Health). She is currently investigating the effects of hormone therapy on bone health in trans and gender diverse individuals.
Endocrinologist, State-of-the-art Endocrine, Androgen Deprivation Therapy, Prostate Cancer
Dr Ada Cheung, is a leading specialist consultant Endocrinologist providing comprehensive, accessible, state-of-the-art endocrine care for those living in Melbourne as well as rural Australia in close collaboration with local GPs. She welcomes any General Endocrine referrals in adult patients. Dr Cheung holds a prestigious Australian Government National Health and Medical Research Council Fellowship as well as a Dame Kate Campbell Fellowship to support her medical research at The University of Melbourne, striving to advance health outcomes for individuals with hormone conditions. She is also an Endocrinologist in the Department of Endocrinology at Austin Hospital. Dr Cheung has research interests (click here for publications) in understanding the effects of testosterone and oestrogen on the body, in particular preventing side-effects of androgen deprivation therapy for men with prostate cancer and improving health outcomes for trans and gender diverse individuals.
Endocrinologist, Thyroid Disease, Thyroid Cancer, Endocrine Tumours, Osteoporosis, Testosterone
Dr. Mark Pace is a consultant endocrinologist specialising in the care of patients with thyroid disease, thyroid cancer and other endocrine tumours. He is also experienced in the treatment of osteoporosis, testosterone deficiency and pituitary, parathyroidandadrenal disorders. Dr. Pace graduated with honours from Monash University in 2002 and completedspeciality physician training at The Alfredin Melbourne. He was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2010. He subsequentlyundertook an 18-month clinical fellowship at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne, with a focus on the management of thyroid cancer and neuroendocrine tumours. In 2013, he was accepted into the thyroid cancer clinical and research fellowship program at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, where he completed a further 12 months of post fellowship training.
Endocrinologist, Diabetes Centre, Automate Insulin Pump Delivery, Diabetes Outpatient Clinic
Dr Kumareswaran founded The Endocrine and Diabetes Centre, Melbourne. She undertook specialist training in New Zealand and the UK. She was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2012. Kavita completed a PhD at the University of Cambridge in 2012. Her research focussed on testing a closed loop system of insulin delivery in people with type 1 diabetes. This ‘artificial pancreas’ uses real time continuous glucose monitoring to automate insulin pump delivery. This was a unique opportunity to study alongside internationally renowned medical scientists. She gained new skills and knowledge that she has been able to translate into clinical practice in Australia.
Endocrinologist, Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal Axis During Pregnancy
Dr Caroline Jung graduated from the University of Melbourne with Honours in 1999. She completed specialist physician training in Endocrinology in 2006. Her PhD (University of Melbourne 2011) evaluated the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis during pregnancy and in people with obesity, diabetes, Cushing’s syndrome and adrenal insufficiency. She has presented her research at national and international conferences, for which she has received numerous awards, including Bryan Hudson-Mayne Pharma Clinical Endocrinology Award from the Endocrine Society of Australia. Dr Jung works at the Pituitary, Diabetes and Metabolic Bone clinic at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, and the Menopause clinic at the Royal Women’s Hospital, as well as in private practice. She is a lecturer for the University of Melbourne and teaches medical students.
Endocrinologist, Diabetes And Obesity
Joseph Proietto is Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne in the Department of Medicine Austin Health and an Endocrinologist specialising in Diabetes and Obesity. He established the first obesity clinic in Victoria at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and is now Head of the Weight control clinic at Austin Health. Professor Proietto was the inaugural Sir Edward Dunlop Medical Research Foundation, Professor of Medicine, and Head of the Metabolic Disorders Research Group in the Department of Medicine, Austin Health. He is currently on the executive of World Obesity and is Chair of the Clinical Care Committee. Professor Proietto has published over 200 articles and several book chapters on obesity and diabetes. He is the Author of “Body Weight Regulation: Essential Knowledge to lose weight and keep it off” which is available to purchase from our clinic. Please note cash only.
Endocrinologist, Metabolic Bone Disorder, Diabetes
I’m a consultant endocrinologist with an interest in general endocrinology and metabolic bone disorder. I completed my training at Austin Health, Northern Health, Mercy Hospital and Box Hill Hospital and have therefore received extensive clinical experience in diabetes, general endocrinology and antenatal medicine.
Endocrinologist, Obstetrics And Gynaecology, Endocrine Pregnancy Service, Diabetes Pregnancy Service
Associate Professor Carolyn Allan graduated in medicine from Monash University with honours and undertook advanced training in endocrinology at Prince Henry’s Hospital/Monash Medical Centre and at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London. Whilst in the UK she completed a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. After returning to Australia in 1999 she completed a PhD in Andrology at Prince Henry’s Institute (now the Hudson Institute of Medical Research). Her work has been recognised with numerous research awards and she has written chapters, reviews and editorials in leading texts and journals on the topic of testosterone disorders. Since 2001 A/Prof Allan has been a member of Senior Medical Staff in the Departments of Endocrinology and Diabetes at Monash Health. She is the inaugural Head of the Endocrine Pregnancy Service and was previously Head of the Diabetes Pregnancy Service.