Dr Hari Raju undertook over 10 years of training in cardiology before commencing in specialist practice as a Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist at Macquarie University and Concord Hospitals in Sydney. His international standing and academic credentials have been recognised by the award of his Clinical Associate Professor status at the prestigious Macquarie University, in addition to being invited to the Editorial Board of the European Cardiology Review journal.
He was first awarded his medical degree from University of Leeds (UK) in 2001. After several years as a physician trainee in UK and New South Wales, he commenced 3.5 years of general cardiology training based in Cardiff (Wales) in 2006, followed by a further 3.5 years as a cardiology and electrophysiology clinical research fellow at St George's Hospital (London, UK). Having been awarded his PhD doctorate from St George's (University of London, UK), he went on to complete a further 3.5 years of subspecialty clinical cardiac electrophysiology training at leading international institutions: St Thomas' Hospital (London, UK); St George's Hospital (London, UK); and Royal Melbourne Hospital (Australia).