Dr. Sobhan Salari Shahrbabaki is a Biomedical Engineer and Postdoctoral Research Fellow specializing in Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Cardiac Signals Analysis Laboratory led Professor Anand Ganesan. He completed his PhD at the University of Adelaide in 2020, with his doctoral studies focusing on cardiovascular dynamics and sleep arousals. His primary research interest lies in signal processing and medical data analysis, particularly within large sleep cohorts.
His research centres on development of computational and analytical methods for detection and prediction of arrhythmias, with a specific emphasis on atrial fibrillation termination. He also focuses dedicated to establishing markers for predicting cardiovascular events in extensive cohorts, aiming to find out the relationship between cardiovascular health and sleep patterns. Dr. Shahrbabaki's impactful contributions have been disseminated through publications in prestigious medical journals, including the European Heart Journal, Chest, and the International Journal of Cardiology.
Doctor of Philosophy (2020) - The University of Adelaide
Graduate Certificate in Electrical Engineering (2013) - University of Queensland
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering (2006) - Sahand University of Technology, Iran