Dr Michelle Lim completed her Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery at the University of New South Wales in 2009. She subsequently completed her Basic Physicians Training and Cardiology Advanced Training at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
Michelle is a general clinical cardiologist, with interests in preventative medicine as well as structural and valvular heart disease. In particular, she has a keen interest in the role of cardiac imaging modalities in this area, and is currently completing a diploma in diagnostic ultrasound (echocardiography).
Michelle has commenced her higher degree by research at the University of Sydney, in bicuspid aortic valves and the associated aortic disease. She also has a passion for education, and is the course convenor for the Cardiovascular Metabolic Management Unit of study at the Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney.
Bicuspid aortic valve disease and associated aortopathy
Structural heart disease
Cardiac imaging – echocardiography and TOE
Lim M, M. McGrady, H. Yee, J. Chan, I. Wilcox. Feasibility of Using Multi-Plane Stress Imaging to Add Measurement of LV Ejection Fraction Response to Exercise to Regional Wall Motion Scoring During Stress Echo. Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand. August 10-13, 2017. Perth, Australia (Poster Presentation).
Lim M, I. Wilcox, E. Rubenach, L. Alifano, K.H. Chan. Value of Event Monitors for Detecting Intermittent Arrhythmias in the Era of Implanted Loop Recorders. Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society. September 14-17, 2017. Yokohama, Japan (Mini-oral Presentation).