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Associate Professor Martin Brown is a cardiologist, specialising in advanced heart failure, cardiac transplantation and pulmonary hypertension.

A/Prof Martin Brown graduated from London University in 1994 and completed specialist training in both Cardiology and General Medicine in 2007. He studied a Fellowship in advanced heart failure and heart transplantation at The Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane in 2008 and was a staff cardiologist in the cardiac transplant unit for 5 years, before returning to Sydney in 2014. He is currently an honorary visiting medical officer at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and a VMO at the Northern Beaches, Macquarie University and Sydney Adventist Hospitals. He is founder of the Sydney Pulmonary Hypertension Specialist Group.

His clinical interests are in Management of Cardiomyopathies and Advanced Heart Failure, Pulmonary Hypertension, Structural Heart disease and Percutaneous Valve Therapies, High-risk Surgery Patients and Transplant Cardiology

A/Prof Brown was head of departmental research at the Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Unit, The Prince Charles Hospital for 5 years. He has over 60 publications and is a guest reviewer for journals such as Heart, Lung and Circulation, Circulation, European Heart Journal and European Society of Cardiology.

A/Prof Martin Brown was awarded Fellowships to the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2007, the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand 2009, the European Society of Cardiology 2012 and the Royal College of Physicians (London) 2014.

He is a Clinical Associate Professor at Macquarie University and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland.

He has been an investigator in multiple international trials and is currently running several clinical trials in heart failure and pulmonary hypertension at Macquarie University Hospital.


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