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Sogunuru Guru Prasad                

Prof. Dr. Sogunuru Guru Prasad                
Senior Interventional Cardiologist & Electrophysiologist
LEAD- Heart Failure & Heart transplantation
(Certified in Electrophysiology,Device Therapies & Heart  Failure)
MIOT international Hospital, Chennai, India
Chairman – National Arrhythmia Council
Professor – Cardiology
Kathmandu University – Nepal                                
Prof.Dr. Sogunuru Guruprasad is  a cardiologist from Chennai, India. He is graduated form SV Mediacal college, Tirupathi. He completed his specialization in Cardiology at SV institute of medical sciences, Tirupathi. Later completed fellowship in cardiac electrophysiology in Arrhythmia Associates (Mumbai), Tsukuba University (Japan), trainee observership in Mayo clinic, Cleveland clinic (USA).
He is also certified in TAVI (France)  and Heart Failure and Heart Transplantation (Australia). He is presently working as Head, cardiac electrophysiology and Device thepapies and Clinical Lead of Heart Failure and Heart Transplantation program at MIOT international hospital, Chennai, India. He is also the Professor of Cardiology at COMS hospital, Kathmandu University, Nepal. He is a visiting teaching faculty and examiner to several Universities in India and abroad.  Having passion in clinical and epidemiological research he contributed several  papers published both in national and international journals. He is also an advisory board member of Lipid Association of India and Chairman of National Arrhythmia Council. Since 2015, he is an active member of HOPE@Asia network, participating and contributing to Hypertension research in Asia.  He is a member of Indian Medical Association (IMA), Association of Physicians of India (API) and Indian Society of Cardiology (ISC). He recieved Gold medal by Honorable President of India for standing University topper in cardiology residency program. Also received prestigious awards of Pranadatha and Sri-Krishna devaraya. He participated and organized hundreds of health camps in India   and Nepal for public health services and health education.


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