Associate Professor Cameron Holloway is a Cardiologist at the St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney. Initially, Cameron spent six years as a Consultant Cardiologist in Oxford, UK and an academic with the University of Oxford.

Graduating from the Monash University in Melbourne, Cameron completed his basic physician training in both the UK and Australia followed by advanced cardiology training at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney. He then moved to the University of Oxford where he trained in advanced cardiac imaging.

He completed a PhD focusing on assessing mechanisms of heart disease using cardiac MRI. Additionally, he has a keen interest in metabolic heart diseases, including complications of diabetes and HIV.

Dr Holloway is passionate about education and contributed to research and publications, supervising medical students, and was recently awarded a 5 year Australian Heart Foundation Life Science Research Fellowship, which aims to help develop advanced imaging techniques in Australia.


* This physician is currently not participating in the Hope For Hearts program. This profile was created using publically available information.