Associate Professor Anand Ganesan

Associate Professor and Matthew Flinders Fellow in Electrophysiology

College of Medicine and Public Health

Research expertise

Our research team uses advanced signal processing and engineering approaches to map complex cardiac rhythm disturbances. We are always on the lookout for new students and team members. If you are interested in any of these fields and have a passion for computing, numbers and data science please contact me.

Research expertise

Our research team uses advanced signal processing and engineering approaches to map complex cardiac rhythm disturbances. We are always on the lookout for new students and team members. If you are interested in any of these fields and have a passion for computing, numbers and data science please contact me.

place Health Sciences Building
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Associate Professor Anand Ganesan is a Matthew Flinders Fellow in Cardiology. He undertook his MBBS at the University of Sydney(2000), PhD at Johns Hopkins University (2006), FRACP (cardiology) at Westmead Hospital (2010), and Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Adelaide (2011-2014). He is practising cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist, with research interests in the development and application of novel cardiovascular technologies in the area of atrial fibrillation mapping.

Qualifications

1. MBBS, University of Sydney, 2000

2. PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 2006

3. FRACP cardiology, Westmead Hospital, 2010

Honours, awards and grants

1. National Heart Foundation Future Leader Fellow, 2017

2. Matthew Flinders Fellow, Flinders University, 2016

3. Michel Mirowski Fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society, 2013

4. Heart Rhythm Society Young Invesigator of the Year, 2012

5. Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society Young Investigator of the Year, 2012

More than my own, I am most proud of my students' prizes and awards:

1. Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society Young Investigator Award, 2018 (PhD candidate - Ms Dhani Dharmaprani)

2. Cardiac Society of Australian and New Zealand Heart Rhythm Prize, 2018 (PhD candidate - Ms Dhani Dharmaprani)

3. Best Biomedical Engineering Placement Project Prize (Biomedical Engineering student, Ms Maddie Schopp)

Supervisory interests
Cardiac electrophysiology
Cardiology
Preventive cardiology
Higher degree by research supervision
Completion
Associate supervisor: Cardiology (University of Adelaide) (2)
Publications
Expert for media contact
Cardiovascular system
Technology
cardiology, heart rhythm disorders
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