I'm Dr Dhani Dharmaprani
A biomedical engineer and postdoctoral researcher who (very literally) focuses on matters of the heart. I currently work at the Cardiac Signals Analysis Laboratory, led by Prof. Anand Ganesan at Flinders University, and at The Australian Institute of Machine Learning at The University of Adelaide as a Future Making Fellow.
My current research aims to unravel the mechanisms responsible for sustaining dangerous arrhythmias in the heart, specifically in relation to the application of novel computational and mathematical approaches.
What I do
My research primarily centers on the following areas, but I am continuously seeking to broaden my technical and scientific skills to diversify my research.
Involves the analysis, manipulation, and interpretation of various forms of signals to extract meaningful information and optimize data representation.
The study of the heart's electrical system, focusing on understanding its rhythms and impulses to diagnose and treat cardiac disorders effectively.
The use of mathematical models and computer simulations to replicate complex systems and processes, enabling predictions and insights into their behavior and interactions.