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Professor Hosen (Ho Shen) KIAT, MBBS (Monash), DMedSc (UNSW), FRACP, FACP, FACC, FCCP, FCSANZ, FASNC, FAANMS, is Professor of Cardiology, Department of Clinical Medicine at Macquarie University. He was one of the original founding academics for Macquarie University Hospital and Medicine and was head of Discipline of Medicine from 2007-2015.

Professor Kiat is Clinical Professor of Medicine, ANU College of Health and Medicine, Australian National University, adjunct Professor of Molecular Imaging and Nuclear Medicine, School of Dentistry and Health Sciences at Charles Stuart University, NSW, Honorary Professor, NICM Health Research Institute, Western Sydney University.

Professor Kiat was born in Indonesia. He graduated high School from Wesley College, and went on to obtain medical degree from Monash University, Melbourne. He did medical internship and residency at the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne and internal medicine and cardiology fellowship training at the Alfred & Austin Hospitals, Melbourne and Westmead Hospital, Sydney. He was AHA Research Fellow at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre, UCLA School of Medicine and went on to be appointed as Staff Cardiologist and Director of Cardiac Imaging Research. Dr Kiat obtained Diplomate of American Boards in Internal Medicine, Nuclear Medicine Cardiovascular Disease, and Cardiovascular Disease-Subspecialty Cardiac CT.

His research activities have an emphasis on medical imaging and preventative medicine.   To view his current research activities and his publications, please follow the link: 

https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=rdvG6FMAAAAJ&hl=en

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hosen_Kiat

Professor Kiat is a consultant cardiologist with rooms at Epping, Sydney. He speaks fluent Mandarin and Bahasa Indonesia.  

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