Professor Girish Dwivedi
Chief Medical Officer
As Artrya’s Chief Medical Officer, Girish is excited to be working with industry to innovate and create solutions using advanced technology such as artificial intelligence to improve health.
Girish is the inaugural Wesfarmers Chair in Cardiology at the University of Western Australia (Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research) and Consultant Cardiologist at Fiona Stanley Hospital in Western Australia.
Previously, he was a Clinician Scientist (Canadian Institute of Health Research New Investigator) and Consultant Cardiologist at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute in Canada.
As an international researcher trained over three continents, he has collaborated with world-leading researchers and clinicians, securing grants, driving sophisticated imaging findings, and developing new methods to assess cardiovascular risk for the research community.
As one of only a few cardiologists in Australia with advanced multimodality imaging training, Girish has a unique background with accreditations in cardiac computed tomography, echocardiography, cardiac magnetic resonance, and nuclear cardiology, including positron emission tomography.
Girish has received numerous awards, including the Junior Clinical Chair in Imaging (2016) from the University of Ottawa, Canada, and The Banting Post-Doctoral Fellowship Award (2013) from the Canadian Institute of Health Research.
He has a PhD in non-invasive cardiac imaging with the University of Manchester (UK) and has had more than 180 manuscripts accepted or published in noteworthy publications, including the American Journal of Cardiology and the International Journal of Cardiology.