Canberra Heart Rhythm Centre

Clinical Scientist and Research Coordinator 

Yoyo is a cardiac scientist and research assistant at the Canberra Heart Rhythm Centre. She focuses on conducting cardiac investigations in the clinic and participates in cardiac clinical trials. After finishing her MBBS and internship, Yoyo moved to Canberra in 2017 and completed the Master of Neuroscience (Advanced) at the Australian National University. With a solid medical and research background, Yoyo has now switched to her long-term interest in cardiac clinic and research. She enjoys cooking, hiking, playing tennis, and traveling with her friends and family in her spare time.

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Clinical Scientist and Research Coordinator

A highly qualified, enthusiastic, and dedicated scientist with an in-depth understanding of the principles of drug development, manufacturing process, quality control, compliance, documentation and reporting. Excellent orientation towards high productivity, quality and efficiency in carrying out laboratory procedures, closely adhering to standard laboratory practice. Brings a proven track record of strong problem solving, research, analytical and communicational skills and broad knowledge of biotechnology and molecular biology obtained from past employment experiences and education. A hard working and self-motivated professional devoted to continuous learning and improvement who is looking to gain vital industry experience to progress more mindfully in the manufacturing and research industries.

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Clinical Scientist and Research Coordinator

Sumithnath TG is a Cardiac Scientist and Clinical Trials Coordinator at Canberra Heart Rhythm. He holds a master’s degree in Biotechnology & Business from Macquarie University and a Bachelor’s in Engineering of Biotechnology from JNTU. He is focused on developing his skills in the Electrophysiology Lab and contributing his knowledge to globally renowned Clinical Trials that benefit patients with cardiac Related Diseases. Sumithnath worked in the areas of Bioinformatics and Genetical diseases with additional Experience as a Business Analyst Manager. He has set a goal of achieving great career progress in Cardiology with the assistance and support of Dr. Rajeev Pathak.

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Research Assistant

Olga joint the team of Canberra Heart Rhythm in June 2020. She is focused on the research and administrative support for the clinical trials run by the Centre and participates in day-to-day clinic preparation. Olga has moved to live in Australia in 2017. Having a solid background in journalism, Olga has now switched to the investigations in medical science, pursuing her long term interest in the work of a human heart. Olga studies towards her degree in Nursing at the University of Canberra and plans to proceed to postgraduate courses in cardiology and neonatal nursing. Olga is interested in politics and Chinese culture, she enjoys traveling and exploring Australia together with her family

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Research Fellows

Dr Deep Chandh Raja is a Doctoral Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellow at the Australian National University. He is an integral part of the Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and Research team headed by Dr Rajeev Pathak. Passion towards Cardiac Electrophysiology has driven him to pursue his PhD in Arrhythmias in Cardiomyopathy. He is determined and is working hard to address the knowledge gaps in his field of research. He had his formal Cardiology training from reputed institutes in India. His experience in dealing with patients with complex cardiac problems has been a value addition to the Canberra Heart Rhythm center. Besides academics, he is an avid sports lover and follows tennis, cricket and football keenly.

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