Professor Anne Keogh is a Cardiologist located in New South Wales with a special interest in heart failure, heart transplantation and pulmonary hypertension.

Professor Keogh is a consultant cardiologist at the St Vincents Private and Public Hospital in Sydney, Joint Head of Clinical Research at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute and Professor of Medicine at the University of New South Wales.

Professor Keogh is the Director of ANZCOTR (Australia and New Zealand Cardiothoracic Organ Transplant Registry) and the Founder and Inaugural President of PHSANZ (Pulmonary Hypertension Society of Australia and New Zealand) along with other professional memberships and organisations.

Anne has greatly contributed to research and publications including authoring over 250 peer-reviewed research publications, 300 abstracts, and 11 chapters for books. Her research interests include pulmonary hypertension, left heart failure, immunosuppression after heart transplantation, and tissue banking to utilise unneeded human tissue with the aim to reduce the use of animals and animal products.


Procedures & Conditions

Procedures Performed
  • General Cardiology
  • Heart Transplantation
  • Echocardiography
  • Real Time Pulmonary Artery Pressure Monitoring
  • Non Invasive Impedance Cardiac Output Monitoring
Conditions Treated
  • Heart Failure
  • Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
  • Left Heart Failure
  • Immunosuppression


  • Senior Staff Specialist and Cardiologist
    St Vincent's Hospital Sydney Present
  • Joint Head of Research
    Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute Present
  • Professor in Medicine
    University of New South Wales Present


Professional Memberships and Affiliations
  • Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP)

  • Fellow of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (FCSANZ)

  • Transplant Society of Australia and New Zealand

  • International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation

  • Founder and Inaugural President, Pulmonary Hypertension Society of Australia and New Zealand

  • Pulmonary Vascular Research Institute

  • Medical Advances Without Animals