Dr Nallaratnam trained in cardiology at The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, before completing a two-year interventional and research fellowship at Christchurch Hospital and the University of Otago, New Zealand. His research focus was micro-vascular perfusion defects following myocardial infarction for which he was the recipient of several prestigious research grants. In 2007, he spend two years as a fellow in both interventional cardiology and vascular medicine at Boston University Medical Center, US. He has a strong commitment to teaching both junior and senior medical staff having held a two-year appointment at Boston University as clinical tutor. He is co-author on several peer-reviewed papers and has contributed to book chapters in the area of cardiology and vascular medicine.
Dr Nallaratnam is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, fellow of The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, affiliate member of The American College of Cardiology, and associate member of both the Society of Vascular Medicine and The Society of Coronary Angiography and Interventions.
Areas of Sub-Specialty/Special Interests:
- Cardiovascular Interventionalist, Vascular Physician particular interest in diagnostic coronary and peripheral angiography, complex percutaneous coronary and peripheral interventions, vascular medicine and ASD/PFO closure. He also performs and reports on vascular studies.
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- BSc , MBBCh, FRACP, FCSANZ