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Christopher O'Callaghan

Clinical Pharmacologist and General Physician

Austin Hospital

HQ Phone:  +61 3 9496 5000

Email: c***@***.au

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Austin Hospital

145 Studley Rd

Heidelberg, Victoria,3084

Australia

Company Description

Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research in the north-east of Melbourne. Austin Health is world renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer; liver transplantation; spinal cord injur...more

Background Information

Employment History

Principal

Melbourne Cardiovascular & Autonomic Clinic


Affiliations

Victorian Therapeutics Advisory Group

Committee Member


Education

MB BS


Web References(27 Total References)


SHIQ - About Us - Our Team

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Dr Christopher O'Callaghan
Director, General Medicine, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Austin Hospital Chris has expertise in autonomic neuropathies and disorders of blood pressure control. He is investigating the consequences and treatment of the disrupted control of cardiovascular function in spinal cord injury. To do this he is applying novel methods of continuous cardiovascular monitoring to SCI patients.


SCI Autonomic

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Dr Christopher O'Callaghan
Dr Christopher O'Callaghan Department of Medicine, Repatriation and Austin Hospitals Dr O'Callaghan is a physician with expertise in autonomic neuropathies who is working with us on the treatment of cardiovascular consequences of spinal cord injuries and its treatment. Chris was the first to apply continuous cardiovascular monitoring to SCI patients and it was he who first recognised and provided quantitative measurement of the paradoxical nocturnal hypertension and nocturnal polyurea of SCI patients. He has tested the effectiveness of vasodilator drugs in these patients. He has thus provided the first evidence that an effective therapy can be developed. Dr Min Goh is working together with Dr Chris O'Callaghan on the Blood Pressure project at the Austin Hospital as a Research Fellow.


emerge.org.au

Mr Chris O'Callaghan: Disorders of; blood pressure and of connective tissue elasticity, and how they relate from Emerge Australia on Vimeo.
Mr Chris O'Callaghan: Disorders of; blood pressure and of connective tissue elasticity... Associate Professor Chris O'Callaghan is a clinical pharmacologist and general physician at Austin Health, Heidelberg. A/Prof Chris O'Callaghan heads the Blood Pressure Disorders Clinic at Austin Health which specialises in treating patients who have impaired ability to control blood pressure, which produces many of the symptoms seen in ME/CFS such as faintness, lightheadedness, impaired concentration, 'anxiety' type symptoms and palpitations. Conditions that result in impaired blood pressure control include spinal cord injury, disease of the autonomic system, fatigue disorders such as ME/CFS and disorders of connective tissue elasticity such as joint hypermobility syndrome and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Associate Professor O'Callaghan is the author of many scientific papers and an active researcher of cardiovascular disease.


research.mdhs.unimelb.edu.au

Christopher O'Callaghan
Medicine - Austin Health


Brock and Furness Labs: Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology : The University of Melbourne

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Dr Chris O'Callaghan - Department of Medicine, Repatriation and Austin Hospitals
cjocal@unimelb.edu.au


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