Canberra Heart Rhythm Centre


Canberra Heart Rhythm is an approved site for the Medical Students program in partnership with Australian National University and the University of Newcastle. We provide traineeship, scholarships and a facility to hold their training for our medical students, Saratkrishna Sunil Menon and Rikvin Singh Rekh. 

Medical Student at University of Newcastle

After completing his secondary education in Canberra, Sarat moved to New South Wales in 2017 to study medicine at the University of Newcastle. He discovered an early passion for cardiology and hearth rhythms and wishes to pursue a career in the field upon graduating. He is involved some of the research undertaken by the team at Canberra Heart Rhythm. Outside of medicine his interests are sports, physics and graphic design.


Medical Student at Australian National University

Rikvin moved to Canberra in 2019 after completing his degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Melbourne, with his honour’s research project focused on infection and cell culture in Parasitology. He is currently studying Doctor of Medicine and Surgery at the Australian National University, aspiring to work in Cardiology in the future. He is part of the research team at Canberra Heart Rhythm, working closely with Dr Deep Chandh Raja in data collection and analysis of patient therapy. Aside from academics, Rikvin loves mountaineering, playing sports such as soccer and table tennis and enjoys a cup of tea.