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Prashanthan Sanders - aus

Prashanthan Sanders undertook Physician and Cardiology training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and, then, clinical training in Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He completed his PhD  through the University of Melbourne.
Following this Prash joined the team of Michel Haïssaguerre in Bordeaux, France. During a 3-4 year period with this group, Prash has developed a significant expertise in complex catheter ablation techniques used for the treatment of a variety of arrhythmias with a particular focus on atrial fibrillation. During this time, he was awarded the Clinical Research Award from the Heart Rhythm Society in 2004.
In 2005 Prash returned to Adelaide and was appointed to the Knapman - National Heart Foundation Chair of Cardiology Research at the University of Adelaide and as Clinical Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Since then he has established a dedicated electrophysiology laboratory and group; this being a first for South Australia. This team has been at the forefront of ablation strategies for the treatment of atrial fibrillation. Prash has published 25 book chapters, >260 publications and >700 abstracts during a research career spanning less than a decade. He was recently named the 2010 Australian Medical Researcher of the year under the age of 40.
Prash's interests are in all aspects of clinical cardiology with a particular focus in cardiac electrophysiology. He undertakes pacemaker implantation, cardiac defibrillator implantation, cardiac resynchronization, electrophysiology studies and ablation (in particular ablation of atrial fibrillation) and all device follow ups.

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