(03) 9416 2802
(03) 9495 6491
Suite 207, 320 Victoria Parade
East Melbourne, VIC 3002
My private consulting rooms are located on the ground floor of the Epworth Freemasons Day Procedure and Maternity Centre in East Melbourne.
Underground parking is available for a fee. There is also limited on-street metered parking in the area.
The number 12 and 109 trams stop right outside the building, and the number 11 and 30 tram stop is a 5 minute walk away.
The number buses also stop right outside the building.
Train access is via Parliament station, which is a 10 minute walk away
Participation in research not is not only stimulating and rewarding, but it also helps me improve my clinical practice. Doctors who actively participate in research generally stay up to date with the medical literature, and are also generally more skilled at critically evaluating other people’s research, and assessing it’s potential for use in clinical practice.
Currently I am involved in a number of research projects in the following areas:
My previously published research is listed below. I also speak regularly at local, and national meetings.
1. Crighton G, Scarborough R, McQuilton Z, Phillips L, Savoia H, Williams B, Holdsworth R, Henry A, Wood E, Cole S. Results from the Australian Neonatal Alloimune Thrombocytopenia Registry. Submitted for publication 2016.
2. Edwards A, Teoh M, Hodges R, Palma Dias R, Fung A, Cole S. Balancing patient access to fetoscopic laser photocoagulation for twin-twin transfusion syndrome with maintaining procedural competence: Are collaborative services part of the solution? Accepted for publication, Twin Research and Human Genetics, 2016
3. Staffeiri S, McGillavray, G, Elder J, Bristowe J, Cole S, McKenzie, J, Fink A. Managing fetuses at high risk of retinoblastoma: lesion detection on screening MRI. Prenatal Diagnosis. 2015 Feb; 35(2), pp 174-8
4. Teoh M, Walker S, Cole S, Edwards A. 'A problem shared is a problem halved': success of a statewide collaborative approach to fetal therapy. Outcomes of fetoscopic laser photocoagulation for twin-twin transfusion syndrome in Victoria. Aust NZ J Obstet Gynaecol 2013 Apr; Vol. 53 (2), pp. 108-13.
5. McQuilten Z, Wood E, Savoia H, Cole S. A Review of pathophysiology and current treatment of neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia and introducing the Australian NAIT Registry. Aust NZ J Obstet Gynaecol. 2011 Jun; Vol. 51 (3), pp. 191-8
6. Cole SA, Savoia HF. Non-invasive prenatal diagnosis - toward a new horizon. The Medical Journal Of Australia 2009. Jul 6; Vol. 191 (1), pp. 5-6;
7. Carlin A, Norman J, Cole S, Smith R. Tocolytics and preterm labour. BMJ. 2009; Vol. 338, pp. b195
8. Walker S, Cole S, Edwards A. Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome: Is the future getting brighter? Aust NZ J Obstet Gynaecol. 2007; 47(3): 158-68
9. Papatsonis D, Flenady V, Cole S, Liley H. Oxytocin receptor antagonists for inhibiting preterm labour. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2005, Issue 3
10. King J, Flenady V, Cole S, Thornton S. Cyclo-oxygenase (COX) inhibitors for treating preterm labour. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2005, Issue 2.
11. Cole S, Smith R, Giles W. Tocolysis: current controversies, future directions. Curr Opin Investig Drugs. 2004 Apr;5(4):424-9
12. Giles W, O’Callaghan S, Cole S, Bisits A. Triplet pregnancy complicated by feto-feto-fetal transfusion with very rapid deterioration and fetal demise in all three triplets. Aust N Z J Obstet Gynaecol. 2002 Oct;42(4):408-9.
13. Cole S, Bisits A, Smith R. Pharmacotherapy for preterm labour; in Smith R. (Ed): The endocrinology of parturition - basic science and clinical application. Front Horm Res. Basel, Karger, 2001, pp 279-307