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Pupalan Iyngkaran is a Consultant Cardiologist with subspecialty training in Heart Failure and Cardiovascular Imaging. He is also Senior Lecturer in Cardiology at Flinders University. He started his cardiology training at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, South Australia. He spent part of his training at the National Heart Centre, Singapore. He completed his cardiovascular training with additional subspecialty training in echocardiography at the Flinders Medical Centre, South Australia. Upon completing cardiology training he spent several years at the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Melbourne. Under guidance of Professor Henry Krum he was involved in basic science work on uremic toxins in cardiacmyocytes and setting up several heart failure databases on novel renal injury biomarkers in acute heart failure admissions and chronic heart failure. During this time he completed courses on clinical trial design, good clinical practice and gained additional clinical skills in Cardiac MRI and CTCA. With his research interest in heart failure he took a clinical and research position at the Royal Darwin Hospital, Northern Territory. He spends his time equally between clinical work across urban and remote centers in the Northern Territory and heart failure research. He is currently involved with several ongoing studies exploring the quality of care and outcomes of acute heat failure admissions, chronic disease and comorbidities management and improving patient journey for Indigenous clients. He has received governmental and non-governmental competitive funding and has published in peer review journals on these topics. He was also a contributor to the Northern Territory Heart failure treatment manual.
Congestive Heart Failure, Ambulatory Health Care
Claudio Ronco, Peter A. McCullough, Pupalan Iyngkaran and Lakhmir S Chawla
Letter to Editor: J Mol Biomark Diagn 2014, 5: 164
Review Article: Health Care: Current Reviews 2013, 1: 106