Along with the RT Hall Prize and Ralph Reader Prize winners, each year CSANZ ASM prizes are awarded to the best individual presentation by a CSANZ young investigator under themed categories:

Abstracts can be submitted for one or more of the Prizes however, the work may only be presented in one prize final session.

Congratulations to

2020 CSANZ ASM Prize Winners

Allied Health and Technology Prize Winner

Bradley Pitman
PhD Student & Cardiac Physiologist
Royal Adelaide Hospital

Performance of a mobile single-lead electrocardiogram technology for atrial fibrillation screening in a semi-rural African population: Insights from the Australian led TEFF-AF Study – link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

Cardiac Imaging Prize Winner

Hashrul Rashid
PhD Candidate
Monash Heart

Clinical Predictors and Sequalae of Computed Tomography (CT) Defined Leaflet Thrombosis (LT) Following Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) at Medium-Term Follow-Up. link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

Cardiovascular Genetic Diseases Prize Winner

Alexandra Butters
PhD Candidate
Centenary Institute

Clinical profile and management of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in a multi-ethnic Australian cohort link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

Cardiovascular Nursing Prize Winner

Dion Candelaria
PhD Student
University of Sydney

Shorter Cardiac Rehabilitation Wait Times associated with greater exercise capacity improvements: A multi-site study – link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

Clinical Trials Prize Winner

Cara Barnes
Cardiology Advanced Trainee
Royal Perth Hospital

The Single Troponin Accelerated Triage (STAT) Chest Pain Study – link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

Heart Failure Prize Winner

Alexander Dashwood
PhD
University of Queensland

Determining the Effects of Omecamtiv Mecarbil On Human Failing Ventricular Trabeculae and Interaction with (-)-Noradrenaline via the 𝛽1-adrenoceptor. – link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

Heart Rhythm Prize Winner

Geoffrey Wong
Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellow
Royal Melbourne Hospital

Gender differences in atrial remodeling in atrial fibrillation: Relationship to ablation outcomes – link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

Indigenous Health Prize Winner

Nicholas Clarke
Basic Physician Trainee
Centre for Heart Rhythm Disorders
University of Adelaide, Royal Adelaide Hospital

Age discrepancy in cardiometabolic risk factor profiles in Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians with atrial fibrillation – link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

Paediatric and Congenital Prize Winner

Jacob Cao
Basic Physician Trainee University of Sydney
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Challenging the “Ten Commandments” – Early Age at Fontan is Not a Risk Factor for Long-Term Failure. – link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

Prevention Prize Winner

Jessica Orchard
Researcher at the Centenary Institute and the University of Sydney

Atrial Fibrillation Screen, Management And Guideline Recommended Therapy (AF SMART II) in the rural primary care setting: cost-effective eHealth tools to support all stages of screening.– link to winning Abstract (published in the HLC Journal Jan 2021)

CSANZ ASM Prize Winners