Michael is a personable and proficient Gastroenterologist who provides excellence in all facets of Gastroenterology and general endoscopy.
Michael studied medicine at the University of Melbourne, graduating in 2010. He undertook basic physician training at St Vincent’s Hospital. He progressed to advanced training at Austin and Eastern Health, obtaining fellowship to the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2018. Michael subsequently completed a PhD through Monash Health and Monash University. His research was centred about liver disease in marginalised populations, and has been published in local and international peer-reviewed journals.
Michael has a particular interest in managing metabolic fatty liver disease, and has an appointment at Monash Health where he is involved in clinical trials and fatty liver disease research. Michael is proficient at managing a range of gastroenterological issues, including liver disease, inflammatory bowel disease, and irritable bowel syndrome.
He also performs upper and lower Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Gastroscopy and Colonoscopy), including polypectomy.
When not at work, Michael can be found chasing (or being chased) by his 3 young children. Michael is passionate about helping people reach their best health potential and is happy to be to contacted by health practitioners to discuss patient needs.
Dr Braude’s paricular clinical interests include:
• Fatty liver disease
• Integrated metabolic healthcare
• Bowel cancer screening