Melbourne Paediatric Specialists

 

Dr Michelle Waterham

General Paediatrician, Developmental & Behavioural Paediatrician

Dr Michelle Waterham

BSc MBBS (Hons) FRACP

General Paediatrician
Developmental and Behavioural Paediatrician

Paediatrician Dr Michelle Waterham will be commencing private consulting at Melbourne Paediatric Specialists in October 2018 and welcomes new patients and referrals.

CLINICAL INTERESTS

Dr Michelle Waterham specialises in children’s medical conditions from birth to 18 years with particular interests:

  • Autism, ADHD, developmental, behavioural and learning difficulties
  • Continence (constipation, enuresis)
  • Infant feeding problems and unsettled babies
  • Asthma, eczema and other chronic medical conditions

BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE

Michelle has worked in paediatrics since 2007 and performed her training at the Royal Children’s Hospital. She studied medicine and graduated with honours at the University of Sydney.

Michelle works as the Paediatrican as part of a multi-disciplinary team in the Developmental & Autism Assessment Clinic at Melbourne Paediatric Specialists (MPS).

As well as working at MPS, Michelle consults at Barkers Road Specialist Centre. She is a member of the Neurobehavioural and Paediatric Society of Australasia (NBPSA). Michelle is also mother to four young children.

PRACTICE PHILOSOPHIES

Michelle believes in family-centered care and aims to work together with allied health teams, general practitioners and educators to achieve the best outcomes for patients and their families.

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PUBLICATIONS

  • Michelle Waterham, Jonathan Kaufman and Susan Gibb. Childhood constipation. Australian Family Physician, Dec 2017, Vol 46(12): 908-912.
  • Michelle Waterham, Risha Bhatia, Susan Donath, Charlottle Molesworth, Kenneth Tan and Michael J Stewart. Phototherapy in transport for neonates with unconjugated hyperbilirubinaemia. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, Jan 1 2016, Vol 52(1): 67-71.
  • Michelle M. McCormick, Farid Rahimi, Yuri V. Bobryshev, Katharina Gaus, Hala Zreiqat, Hong Cai, Reginald S. A. Lord, and Carolyn L. Geczy. S100A8 and S100A9 in human arterial wall: implications for atherogenesis. Journal of Biological Chemistry, Dec 16 2005, Vol 280(50): 41521-41529.

Hospitals Accredited

– The Royal Children’s Hospital