MPA member, Dr Adbul Rahman Ihdayhid, has won a trifecta of awards for his research into coronary artery disease. In a world-first, Dr Ihdayhid’s research has shown an alternative technique, known as CT Derived Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR), is a novel and non-invasive method for determining FFR with superior diagnostic performance, and importantly, with no potential side effects and reduced cost to the health system.
Thank you Dr Ihdayhid for your ongoing efforts to better the health system, and for supporting the Muslim Professionals Association!
Dr Abdul Rahman (far right) at the launch of the Muslim Professionals Association held in July 2017.
Dr Ihdayhid received two highly prestigious awards in Perth last week, including the prestigious Ralph Leader clinical prize. These awards follow on from winning the Young Investigator Award at the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography last month in Washington D.C.
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