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Associate Professor Alex Voskoboinik


Associate Professor Alex Voskoboinik is a cardiologist, electrophysiologist and clinician scientist with a special interest in rhythm disturbances. He implant pacemakers and defibrillators, and perform minimally-invasive catheter ablation for arrhythmias, including atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, supraventricular tachycardia and ventricular tachycardia.

He is committed to research, and completed his PhD at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Research Institute and University of Melbourne in 2019, during which he was awarded the prestigious Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand Ralph Reader Prize for top young investigator. He is currently the recipient of an NHMRC EL1 Investigator Grant and has over 100 publications, including first author publications in leading, peer-reviewed journals such as NEJM and JACC.

He graduated from Monash University Medical School with First Class Honors and completed his cardiology advanced training at The Alfred in 2015, followed by a Clinical Electrophysiology Fellowship at The Alfred and Royal Melbourne Hospital. After his PhD and fellowship at the Baker Institute and Alfred / Royal Melbourne, he undertook further post-doctoral training at University of California San Francisco (UCSF) in 2019–2020. He is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Monash University and cardiologist/electrophysiologist at The Alfred.


  • NHMRC / NHF co-funded 3-year PhD scholarship (2016)
  • Baker Institute Bright Sparks top-up scholarship (2016)
  • Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP), Basic Physician Training and Advanced Training in Cardiology (2010–15)
  • MBBS with First Class Honours, Monash University (2003–08)


  • Sophie Davis Memorial Prize — awarded to the dux of the medical course for attaining the highest mark over the five year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery with Honours (2008)
  • Alfred Hospital Residents and Graduates Association Prize — awarded to the final year student at Alfred Clinical School with the highest mark in Medicine and Psychiatry (2008)
  • Harry Hindlip Green Prize in Medicine — awarded to the final year student at Alfred Clinical School with the highest mark in the Medicine clinical examinations (2008)
  • Faculty Prize in Clinical Science and Practice (2005)
  • MBBS Year 3 Faculty Prize (2005)
  • Leo Cussen Pathology Prize (2005)
  • Sir John Monash Deans Scholars Award for Bachelor of Medicine / Surgery (2003–08)

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