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Dr Alex Voskoboinik


Cardiologist Dr Alex Voskoboinik graduated Monash University Medical School in 2008 with First Class Honors and was the dux of his graduating year level. He won six academic prizes during his medical training. He completed his cardiology advanced training at The Alfred Hospital in 2015.

Alex is currently undertaking a PhD at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Research Institute researching the impact of alcohol on atrial fibrillation. He is the recipient of an NHMRC and National Heart Foundation co-funded scholarship and the Baker Institute’s Bright Sparks scholarship. He has numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals and has presented at several international cardiology conferences.


  • 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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