Professor Prashanthan Sanders

Professor Prashanthan Sanders

FAHMS

Director, Centre for Heart Rhythm Disorders
The University of Adelaide
Fellow
Elected in 2018
SA
Citation on election

Professor Sanders is a clinician-scientist leading both clinical and research groups at the Centre for Heart Rhythm Disorders at The University of Adelaide, SAHMRI and Royal Adelaide Hospital. He is a cardiac electrophysiologist who is an international authority of heart rhythm disorders. His multi-disciplinary program has an established translational focus. He has 395 peer-reviewed publications cited 21779 times and over 275 invited national and international scientific presentations.  He has won the Parmley Prize for Mentorship (ACC 2013 & 2016); RT Hall Prize (CSANZ; 2015); Highest ranked NHMRC Practitioner Fellowship (2013); Scopus Young Australian Medical and Medical Sciences Researcher (2010). He is currently supervising 15 PhD students and has had 21 complete since 2005.

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