Dr Chandrakumar is trained in all aspects of general cardiology, but has a special interest in non-invasive imaging, including CT coronary angiography, and heart failure, with a predominant focus on the management of patients undergoing cancer therapy.
He has had extensive involvement in research since medical school, with his projects being presented in Cardiology and Sports Medicine conferences in Australia, North America and Europe. Dr Chandrakumar has also had extensive involvement in the training of medical students and junior medical staff, and continues to be involved in the education of Basic Physician Trainees.
Dr David Chandrakumar graduated with his medical degree and Masters in Medicine from the University of New South Wales in 2014.
He then completed his internship and residency in Westmead Hospital, followed by basic physician training at Nepean Hospital. Dr Chandrakumar went on to complete his speciality training in Cardiology at Blacktown Hospital in 2021.
Dr David Chandrakumar awarded distinction in both degrees and the Ian Webster medal in recognition of his performance.