Lara is a cardiac scientist and research assistant here at Canberra Heart Rhythm. She is currently completing her Bachelor of Science and Arts at the Australian National University, with hopes to use this to pursue research. She enjoys the diversity that comes with face-to-face patient work and clinical research, in addition to the constant learning that comes with working at Canberra Heart Rhythm. In her free time, she enjoys horse riding, swimming and spending time outdoors.
Lori is a cardiac scientist with Canberra Heart Rhythm. After completing a Bachelor of Science at ANU with double majors in Human Evolutionary Biology and Biological Anthropology, she moved to University of Canberra to pursue post-graduate study in medical imaging, focusing on vascular ultrasound. While training in ultrasound she was able to get involved in vascular surgical procedures, where she developed her interest in cardiovascular science and medicine.
Clinical Scientist and Research Assistant
Alistair joined the Canberra Heart Rhythm to expand his skillset regarding clinical and research. He has finished a Bachelor's Degree of Health Science, Major in Pharmaceutical Science at the Univirsity of Canberra in 2021. Alistair admires the welcoming and safe environment for patients to come in and seek best possible treatment. He aspires in becoming a veterinarian as his love for animals has been envolved in recognising animals as a core member in society. In his free time, he enjoys cooking and baking French cuisine, reading and making latte art.
Clinical Scientist and Home Monitoring Specialist
Meet Tash, Cardiac Scientist and Home Monitoring Specialist for Canberra Heart Rhythm Centre. She completed her Bachelors in Biomedical Science at the University of Canberra and then went on to work in Histology in a private lab. She is involved in conducting clinic cardiac investigations, including analysing Holter reports and the Home Monitoring System. She most values the fast-paced learning environment and the rewarding aspects of maintaining high standards of patient care.
Adriana is a clinical scientist and medical receptionist here at Canberra Heart Rhythm. She is currently studying her first year of Medical Science at ANU, with hopes to pursue a career in the medical field. She enjoys doing ECG’s and Holter monitors on patients, gaining face-to-face experience working with patients. In her free time, she enjoys working out in the gym, travelling and cooking new dishes with her family.