Prof. John F. Beltrame
John Beltrame is the Michell Professor of Medicine and Discipline Lead at the University of Adelaide. His multi-campus hospital roles include senior consultant cardiologist and Director of Research at the Central Adelaide Local Health Network. His PhD thesis was entitled ‘Vasomotor Reactivity Studies of Small and Large Coronary Arteries’, which involved clinical studies in Rome (Agostino Gemelli Policlinic), Kyoto (Kyoto University Hospital) and Adelaide (The Queen Elizabeth Hospital), with subsequent post-doctoral studies undertaken at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston.
Dr. Tom Ford
Dr Tom Ford MBChB (Hons), PhD, FRCP Edin, FRACP, FCSANZ is a patient-centred interventional cardiologist on the Central Coast of NSW (Australia). He is the Australian national young ambassador to the European Association for PCI (EAPCI), senior clinical lecturer at the University of Newcastle, honorary clinical lecturer at University of Glasgow and the NSW cardiology representative to the RACP advanced training committee in cardiology.
Dr. Sivabaskari (Tharshy) Pasupathy
Dr. Tharshy Pasupathy is an early career research fellow at the University of Adelaide. Her PhD thesis titled “Novel Clinical Insights into Acute Myocardial Infarction”, explored Myocardial Infarction with Non-Obstructive Coronary Arteries (MINOCA) in detail and provided key insights into the relatively new clinical conundrum. She undertook a systematic review that established the term MINOCA to describe these patients, characterised the prevalence, clinical features, potential pathophysiological mechanisms and guarded prognosis of these patients.
Assoc. Prof. Kuljit Singh
Kuljit is an academic interventional cardiologist with active clinical, leadership, teaching, and research roles. I am working as an interventional cardiologist at the Gold Coast University Hospital and have an appointment of Associate Professor of Medicine at the Griffith University and Bond University. My active roles include; full time clinical interventional cardiology, program director of the cardiology advance training and interventional fellowship training, leading the structural interventional team at the GCUH…
Dr. Rosanna Tavella
A/Prof Rosanna Tavella is a cardiovascular outcomes researcher at the University of Adelaide and Clinical Data Manager for the Coronary Angiogram Database of South Australia (CADOSA) Registry, Central Adelaide Local Health Network, SA Health. Her PhD thesis examined health outcomes in patients undergoing coronary angiography and was awarded the Dean’s commendation for thesis excellence, with one of her international assessors ranking the thesis as amongst the top 5% he had reviewed.