Dr Cade studied medicine at the University of Melbourne with subsequent clinical training and internship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He was accepted into specialist training with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2008, primarily being based at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne with other placements at the Geelong Hospital, Epworth Freemasons Hospital and Northern Hospital. He completed his research higher degree (doctorate) at the University of Melbourne examining modern methods of managing gestational diabetes and was awarded an Early Career Researcher Fellowship to expand upon this work.
Dr Cade is currently in full-time private practice. Previous public appointments have included being the Head of Diabetes, Consultant Obstetrician within the Maternal Fetal Medicine Unit and Pelvic Floor Surgeon at the Royal Women’s Hospital. He also completed elective training with plastic surgeon Professor Mark Ashton.
Along with numerous ongoing research interests, Dr Cade has published locally and internationally on fertility-sparing treatments for endometrial cancer and diagnostic criteria for pre-eclampsia and is also a reviewer for a number of local and international journals. He is a Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Melbourne and regularly examines medical students. He is also on the Board of Examiners for the Royal Australian College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Dr Cade’s rooms are located on Victoria Parade adjacent to St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Fitzroy. Obstetric bookings are taken for St Vincent’s and Epworth Freemasons Private Hospitals. Dr Cade is also accredited at Frances Perry House and the Royal Women’s Hospital in case of emergency transfer. Dr Cade consults at Bundoora Specialist Health Care (www.bshc.com.au) once per month for gynaecology, with gynaecological surgery performed at St Vincent’s Hospital Kew or Fitzroy.
Having completed an Associate Diploma in classical piano while at medical school, Dr Cade still plays regularly in his leisure time. He is an organist at St Mark’s Anglican Church, Camberwell and Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Kew. He represented Victoria numerous times as an open-age hurdler and now enjoys the more eclectic pursuits of powerlifting and Brazilian jiujitsu (at blue belt level). Dr Cade is married with two daughters.
- Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Medical Science (University of Melbourne)
- First Class Honours (final year)
- First Class Honours (AMS Thesis)
- Certificate in Postgraduate Anatomy (Monash University)
- Member of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRANZCOG)
- Fellow of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG)
- Doctor of Medical Science, doctorate (University of Melbourne) Examining modern methods of managing gestational diabetes
PRIVATE HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS
- St Vincent’s Hospital
- Epworth Freemasons Hospital
- Frances Perry House, Royal Women’s Hospital
PREVIOUS PUBLIC HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS
- Head of Diabetes Unit, Royal Women’s Hospital
- Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Royal Women’s Hospital
- Board of Examiners, RANZCOG
- Senior Medical Staff Executive, Royal Woman’s Hospital
- British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BJOG)
- Gynecologic Oncology
- Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica
- Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- International Journal of Gynecological Cancer
- Twin Research and Human Genetics
- Examiner M.D., University of Melbourne
- Clinical Senior Lecturer, University of Melbourne
- Graduate student – BMedSci C – First Class Honours (Monash University)
- How useful is an early pregnancy oral glucose tolerance test in women at high risk of gestational diabetes? (2017)
- RANZCOG “Organon Awards”. “Progestagen treatment options in early endometrial cancer”.
- Trainee award recipient (2009)
- RANZCOG “Organon Awards”. “Predictive value of magnetic resonance imaging in assessing myometrial invasion in endometrial cancer: Is radiological staging sufficient for planning conservative treatment?”
- Trainee award recipient (2010)
- HMO Research Awards, Barwon Health. “The accuracy of spot urinary protein to creatinine ratio in confirming proteinuria in preeclampsa”.
- Second Place (2011)
- RANZCOG “Organon Awards”. “The accuracy of spot urinary protein to creatinine ratio in confirming proteinuria in preeclampsa”.
- Second Place (2012)
- RANZCOG Victorian ASM “Prognostic significance of steroid receptor positivity and adjuvant progestogen use in endometrial stromal sarcoma”
- First Place (2014)
- RANZCOG Luke Proposch Perinatal Research Scholarship (2016)
- University of Melbourne Early Career Researcher Fellowship (2018)
- University of Melbourne, Arthur Nyulasy Prize for most significant contribution to Clinical Research at PhD Level