Dr Sandeep Prabhu graduated from Medicine and Law from Monash University in 2005 with honours in both. He completed his internship and basic physician training at the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne.
He subsequently completed advanced training in cardiology at the Alfred, Royal Melbourne Hospitals. He also completed a Masters of Biomedical Science at the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Research Institute with first class honours for his research thesis on novel construction techniques for targeted molecular imaging.
Throughout his basic and advanced training he has completed a number of basic science and clinical research projects including co-authored publications in Circulation Research, Nature Protocols and PACE. He has a strong interest in targeted molecular imaging and is involved in ongoing collaborative projects with vascular biotechnology laboratory at the Baker IDI, exploring the potential role of targeted imaging in the detection of atrial and ventricular fibrosis.
He is the recipient of the 2011 and 2013 Victorian Cardiology Advanced Trainee Research Awards, and finalist in the 2012 Victorian RACP Advanced Trainee Awards. He receives a co-funded NHMRC and National Heart Foundation Post-Graduate Scholarship to undertake his PhD looking at the role of AF ablation and cardiac MRI in heart failure and AF, under the combined supervision of Associate Professor Peter Kistler and Professor Jon Kalman