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Qualifications

20092016

FRACP

FELLOWSHIP OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS.

20112013

MRCP(UK)

MEMBERSHIP OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

20082009
Australian Medical Council

AMC CERTIFICATE.

AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL COUNCIL CERTIFICATE.

Rank order 2 / 249.

19982005
Zagazig University, EGYPT.

MB ChB.

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of surgery.

Work History

Feb 2018Present
WA Cardiology

Interventional Cardiologist

Clinical and Interventional Cardiologist at WA Cardiology, Perth, Australia. I have admitting and procedural rights at the Mount Hospital and St John of God Murdoch and Bunbury hospitals, and regularly perform coronary angiography, left and right heart catheterization, complex coronary interventions including bifurcation lesions, rotational atherectomy, ostial lesions, and vein graft interventions. I also have an interest in structural heart interventions including Patent Foramen Ovale closure, Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation, and Left Atrial Appendage Closure.

I also maintain an avid interest in echocardiography, and I am responsible for the sonographer teaching and echocardiography quality program at WA Cardiology.

Feb 2017Feb 2018
Vancouver General Hospital (VGH)

Interventional Cardiology Fellow

VGH is a Major tertiary referral center in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This fellowship offers excellent exposure to a great variety of complex coronary and structural cardiac interventions, including ostial, bifurcation, vein graft, and calcified lesions. 

In my fellowship, I got the opportunity of regular use of FFR, OCT, and IVUS through both radial and femoral approaches as well as CTO interventions, and structural procedures including PFO closure and transcatheter aortic valve implantation(TAVI).

Aug 2016 Jan 2017
Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH)

Cardiology Advanced Trainee

GCUH is a major teaching and referral center for cardiology in southeast Queensland, Australia. My training includes working in a busy cardiac catheterization laboratory, assisting in PCI, regular reporting and scanning sessions in the echocardiography laboratory, and weekly training in exercise and dobutamine stress echocardiography.

Feb 2016Aug 2016
The Prince Charles Hospital (GCUH)

Cardiology Advanced Trainee

The Prince Charles Hospital is the major quaternary, referral cardiac center in the state of Queensland. The first rotation is in the Echocardiography laboratory, which is a great learning experience in the largest echocardiography laboratory in Australia. The rotation offers a superb exposure to all modalities of echocardiography including stress echo, contrast, and strain imaging. The second rotation is in the electrophysiology department. The rotation provides a wealth of training in the management of arrhythmias in a complex quaternary center.

Feb 2015Aug 2015
The Prince Charles Hospital    

Cardiology Advanced Trainee    

My first rotation was in cardiac imaging where I had an excellent exposure to cardiac computed tomography and cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

My second rotation was in the cardiac catheterization laboratory, which provided me with a vast experience in right and left heart catheterization.

Aug 2015Feb 2016
Gold Coast University Hospital

Chief Cardiology Registrar and Cardiology Advanced Trainee

My training included working in a busy cardiac catheterization laboratory, assisting in PCI, and exposure to FFR, OCT, and IVUS.

As senior registrar for my program, I was responsible for providing leadership and support to junior medical of cars, managing the roster, cover arrangement, and organizing department meetings.

Feb 2014Feb 2015
Gold Coast University Hospital 

Cardiology Advanced Trainee 

First-year cardiology advanced trainee at The Gold Coast University Hospital. Rotations included Catheterization laboratory, heart failure, and general cardiology.

Feb 2012Feb 2014
Prince Charles Hospital

Principal House Officer

A great experience in managing complex cardiac presentations in the main cardiology referral center of Queensland.

Jan 2010Jan 2012
John Hunter Hospital   

Medical Registrar

John Hunter Hospital is a major tertiary and referral center in New South Wales, Australia.

Sep 2008Jan 2010
Goulburn valley health

House Officer

 

Feb 2007Jun 2008
Salam hospital, Egypt

House Officer

Mar 2006Jan 2007
El-sheikh Zwayed Hospital, Egyptian-Israeli borders

House Officer (Community Service)

I provided medical care to underprivileged communities on the Egyptian-Israeli borders during my community service.

Mar 2005Mar 2006
Zagazig University Hospital, Egypt

Intern

  Clinical Research & Publications  

 

  • Chan J, Shiino K, Obonyo NG, Hanna J, Chamberlain R, Small A, et al. Left Ventricular Global Strain Analysis by Two-Dimensional Speckle-Tracking Echocardiography: The Learning Curve. J Am Soc Echocardiogr. 2017. (The article was selected for the American Society of Echocardiography CME designation on the ASE education website). 

  • Hanna, J., et al. Rickettsia-related acute myocardial infarction in a patient with angiographically normal coronary arteries. Int J Cardiol, 2014. 172(2): p. e346-7.

 

  • Hanna, J., et al. An unusual case of syncope in a young female with an incidental long QTc interval. Heart Lung Circ 2015.24(2): p. e23-25.

 

  • Hanna, J., et al. A Fascinating Case of a Huge Aortic Pseudoaneurysm Protruding Subcutaneously through the Sternum. Heart Lung Circ 2015.

 

  • Alghamry, A., Hanna, J. et al. Predictors of Coronary artery disease in atrial fibrillation: Are cardiac troponins a useful measure.  Int J Cardiol, 2016. Vol. 223: p. e744-749.

 

  • Hanna, J., et al. Six-year follow up, and outcome of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging detected left ventricular trabeculation without Non-compaction in dilated cardiomyopathy. Heart, Lung and Circulation Vol. 21, S224. Poster Presentation at CSANZ 60th annual meeting, 2012.

 

  • Hanna, J., et al. Co-existence of left ventricular noncompaction and polycystic kidney disease. More than just a coincidence? Heart, Lung and Circulation Vol. 23, e11. Poster presentation at International Clinical cardiovascular genetics conference, 2014.

 

  • Hanna J., et al. Cardiac catheterization laboratory complications in an Australian tertiary hospital. Poster presentation at the CSANZ annual meeting, 2015.

 

  • Hanna J., et al. The effect of a multidisciplinary outpatient heart failure rehabilitation program on the rate of rehospitalization and cost of care in an Australian tertiary center. Oral presentation at The European Society of Cardiology Heart Failure Congress, Florence, Italy, 2016.

 

  • Hanna J., et al. Coronary artery disease distribution in patients presenting with symptomatic atrial fibrillation. CSANZ annual meeting, 2016.

 

  • Al Ghamry A., Hanna J.*, et al, Predictors of coronary artery disease in patients presenting with new-onset atrial fibrillation with concomitant Troponin rise. CSANZ annual meeting, 2016.

 

  • Hanna J., et al. An interesting case of Fabry cardiomyopathy with no renal or central nervous system involvement. CSANZ annual meeting, 2016.

 

  • Markham R., et al. Comparative Outcomes of Balloon, Mechanical and Self-expanding Devices in Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement. CSANZ annual meeting, 2016.

 

  • Challa A., et al. Impact of Frailty on 30-Day Outcomes in Patients Undergoing Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement. CSANZ annual meeting, 2016.

 

  • Markham R., et al. Radiation during Percutaneous Coronary Interventions in Chronic Coronary Total Occlusions. CSANZ annual meeting, 2016.

 

  • Markham R., et al. Outcomes After Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve (Melody) Implantation in a Tertiary Australian Centre. CSANZ annual meeting, 2016.

 

 

  Research Grants   

  • New investigator research grant from The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation, 2014. Project “Presence of Subclinical left ventricular dysfunction in Marfan syndrome patients and the role of CD4+ Th-17 cell-mediated Myocarditis in the pathogenesis.” Grant value of 10000 Australian dollars.

Audit

I completed two audits

  • Cardiac catheterization laboratory complications in Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH). 
  • The effect of a multidisciplinary outpatient heart failure rehabilitation program on the rate of rehospitalization and cost of care in a tertiary Australian center.

 

Teaching Experience

  • Undergraduate teaching: I am an associate lecturer at the University of Queensland (UQ). I am strongly involved in junior doctors teaching including clinical coaching program for UQ medical students.
  • Postgraduate teaching: I am one of the presenters in the Clinical Exam Preparation Program (CEPP) for FRACP candidates. CEPP is organized by Queensland health and attracts candidates from all Australian states

Continuous Medical Education

  • SCAI fellows course, 2017.
  • Canadian Interventional Cardiology Fellows course 2017.
  • Essentials of Percutaneous Interventions Course (EPIC), 2015, 2016, 2018.
  • Cardiac CT Masterclass, 2015.
  • CSANZ 2012,2013, 2015, and 2016.
  • ANZET 2012,2013, 2015, and 2016, 2017, 2018.
  • Medtronic Cardiac Devices Course 2015.
  • World Conference of Cardiology 2014.
  • International Clinical Cardiovascular Genetics Conference 2014.
  • Queensland yearly Cardiology Core Curriculum meeting (QCCC) 2012-2016.
  • American Heart Association BLS/ACLS provider certification 2006.
  • ILS Provider certification 2012.

Professional Memberships

  • Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
  • Membership of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom.
  • Member of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ).

 

Referees

 

  • Dr. David Wood

Director of the catheterization laboratory, Vancouver General Hospital.

[email protected]

  • Prof. Malcolm West

Mayne Professor of Medicine, University of Queensland.

Senior cardiologist, The Prince Charles Hospital.

[email protected]

  • Prof. Jonathan Chan

     Professor of Medicine, Griffith University

      Senior Cardiologist, The Prince Charles Hospital

      [email protected] 

 

  • Dr. Ravinder Batra

       Director of Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, Gold Coast University Hospital.

       Associate Professor of Cardiology, Griffith University.

       [email protected]