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Michael Cardamone MD

Michael Cardamone MD

Paediatric Neurologist, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Sydney, Australia

Dr Michael Cardamone is a Paediatric Neurologist at Sydney Children’s Hospital (SCH). He has joint faculty appointment at the School of Children’s and Women’s Health, UNSW Medicine.  Dr Cardamone serves as Neurologist involved in the Ketogenic Diet Program at SCH since 2012.  Prior to medical training and neurology residency, Dr Cardamone trained in the field of biochemistry and molecular biology of growth hormone at the Centre for Biotechnology at the University of Melbourne.  His current research interests are in epilepsy, movement disorders, metabolic and biochemical disorders affecting the CNS.   Dr Cardamone received his medical degree from the University of Sydney at the Westmead Clinical School.  He completed his basic residency training in paediatrics at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. He was a Neurology trainee at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, then completed a Neuro-Metabolic fellow year at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and completed his Epilepsy fellowship at Sydney Children’s Hospital. 


Staff Specialist Paediatric Neurologist, Sydney Children’s Hospital Network, NSW, Australia

Research fellow and Lecturer, The University of New South Wales, NSW, Australia


BSc (Hons) –The University of Melbourne

PhD – The University of Melbourne

MBBS – The University of Sydney

FRACP – Royal Australasian College of Physicians