Dr Michael Burke was educated in Brisbane and completed his medical training, with Honours, in 2003 at the University of Queensland.
Dr Burke undertook his nephrology advanced training in Queensland and South Australia.
He is a lecturer for the School of Medicine, University of Queensland, and provides an ongoing and active contribution to undergraduate medical teaching. He is also involved in preparing physician trainees for the FRACP examination.
His research in peritoneal and haemodialysis complications, renal bone disease, and kidney transplantation have been published in peer-reviewed journals.
Michael is a general nephrologist and has clinical expertise in:
- Chronic kidney disease and diabetic nephropathy
- Management of kidney disease in pregnancy
- Haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis
- Kidney transplantation
- Renal anaemia and bone disease
Michael offers consultation through his rooms at the Mater Private Clinic and the Mater South Brisbane Dialysis Clinic.