Dr Benjamin Dundon is an interventional cardiologist with expertise in cardiac imaging utilising cardiac CT and MRI.
Ben undertook his undergraduate medical degree at the University of Adelaide, followed by specialist cardiology training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He has been practising as a consultant cardiologist since 2006. In 2009, Ben completed a three-year PhD and concurrent 2-year clinical fellowship in cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Ben subsequently completed an interventional fellowship with MonashHeart, also completing specialist training in cardiac CT imaging.
Since completion of his fellowship training, Ben has taken an active role in interventional trials conducted through the Monash Cardiovascular Research Centre of MonashHeart, acting as primary investigator for novel coronary stent trials, and studies evaluating the role of renal denervation in the management of refractory hypertension.
Ben has been awarded a number of successful research grants and scholarships, including the RACP Foundation for High Blood Pressure Research Fellowship, the Pfizer Australia Cardiovascular Lipid Research Grant and the National Health and Medical Research Council / National Heart Foundation of Australia post-graduate research scholarship. Ben has published widely, including numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts, a book chapter and over 75 scientific abstracts.
Ben has a particular interest in the management of myocardial infarction and stable coronary artery disease, as well as preventative strategies to minimise future cardiovascular risk. He has been consulting at MonashHeart since 2010.
Consults at MonashHeart Dandenong and Suite D, Clayton