Associate Professor Geoff Lee is a Cardiologist and Interventional Electrophysiologist. He is located at the Royal Melbourne Hospital where he runs the Rapid Access Arrhythmia Clinic and is responsible for an ICD clinic. He also consults at the Melbourne Private Hospital, Warringal Private Hospital and in private practice at One Heart Cardiology.
After finishing his medical degree from the University of Otago, Geoff completed his basic physician and general cardiology training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He undertook a PhD at the University of Melbourne under the mentorship of Professor Kalman focusing on “Mechanisms of atrial fibrillation in man: importance of the pulmonary veins and left atrial drivers.”
Geoff received numerous awards for his research including the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Gustav Nossal Postgraduate Scholarship and a Neil Hamilton Fairley Early Career Fellowship. Following his PhD, he completed a clinical and research fellowship with Professor Schilling at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London.
A/Prof Lee specialises in device implantation, electrical studies and ablations. His current research interests are in 3D mapping and visualisation of persistent atrial fibrillation. He greatly contributes his knowledge and experience to research publications, book chapters and presentations.
* This physician is currently not participating in the Hope For Hearts program. This profile was created using publically available information.