About

Mathis Grossmann is a Professor of Medicine at the Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne, Austin Health. He is a Consultant Endocrinologist and Head of Andrology at Austin Health, where he runs Endocrine Mens Health and Endocrine Breast Cancer Clinics. He graduated with an MD from Heidelberg University Medical School and did his internship in Munich, Germany. He then spent 4 years in basic research at the National Institutes of Health, USA, and obtained a PhD at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne, followed by clinical training leading to FRACP. His research focuses on the roles of reproductive hormones in health and disease. His group conducts observational and interventional trials in men with i) low testosterone and chronic disease, ii) hypogonadism, iii) prostate cancer receiving androgen deprivation therapy, and iv) women with breast cancer receiving aromatase inhibition to understand how reproductive hormones regulate musculoskeletal health and glucose homeostasis, both at the clinical and the molecular level.

Qualifications

  • MD Heidelberg Germany
  • PhD Melbourne
  • FRACP

Professional Associations

  • Endocrine Society of Australia
  • United States Endocrine Society

Special interests

  • Diabetes
  • General Endocrinology

Education and training

Research

  • Journal of Clinical Endocrinology 2008: Testosterone deficiency in men with type 2 diabetes.

Epworth hospital locations

Hospital

Epworth Eastern

Consulting locations

Consulting Location

VIC
Clinical institute

Internal Medicine Clinical Institute

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Dr Michelle Caldecott
Director
The Institute encompasses the specialties of general medicine, geriatric medicine, infectious diseases, respiratory medicine, general practice, hospital in the home and paediatric medicine.
Clinical institute

General Surgery & Gastroenterology Clinical Institute

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Mr Gary Crosthwaite
Director
The Institute focuses on surgical treatment of the abdominal organs, as well as the thyroid gland and hernias.