PhD Commenced: 2018, The University of Adelaide
Supervisors: Professor Robert Adams (The Health Observatory, Flinders University) and Dr Isuru Ranasinghe (Health Performance and Policy Research Unit, BHI), Associate Professor Anand Ganesan (Flinders University)
Thesis title: Outcomes of catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation: a population study
Scholarship: The Hospital Research Foundation Postgraduate Scholarship 2018-2021
Dr Ngo received her medical degree from Hanoi Medical University, Vietnam in 2014. After graduating, she worked at the Cardiovascular Centre, E Hospital, in Vietnam for 2 years as a cardiologist. Besides taking care of patients with cardiovascular diseases, she was also passionate about heart rhythm disorders and was actively involved in many electrophysiology procedures including electrophysiological studies, arrhythmia ablations and pacemaker implantations. Linh is currently pursuing her PhD under the supervision of Professor Robert Adams and Dr Isuru Ranasinghe with a project about nation-wide outcomes of catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation – the most commonly encountered arrhythmia in clinical practice. Her research interest is in cardiac arrhythmia, particularly atrial fibrillation.
2014: Doctor of Medicine, Hanoi Medical University, Hanoi, Vietnam
2017 – present: Member of the Asian Pacific Heart Rhythm Society