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Dr. Stiles is supported by the National Heart Foundation of New Zealand , Auckland, New Zealand, and the Dawes Scholarship from the Royal Adelaide Hospital , South Australia, Australia. Mr. Wong is supported by a student research grant from the National Heart Foundation of Australia , ACT, Australia. Dr. John is supported by the Biosense-Webster Electrophysiology Scholarship from the University of Adelaide , South Australia, Australia. Dr. Brooks is supported by the National Heart Foundation of Australia . Dr. Lau is supported by a Postgraduate Medical Scholarship from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia , Canberra ACT, Australia, the Earl Bakken Electrophysiology Scholarship from the University of Adelaide , and a Kidney Health Australia , South Melbourne VIC, Australia, Biomedical Research Scholarship . Dr. Dimitri is supported by Postgraduate Medical Scholarships from the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand , and jointly by the National Heart Foundation of Australia and the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia . Dr. Sanders is supported by the National Heart Foundation of Australia , Sydney New South Wales, Australia.
Dr. Sanders served on the advisory board of, and having received lecture fees and research funding, from Bard Electrophysiology , Lowell, Massachusetts, Biosense-Webster, Diamond Bar, California, Medtronic , Minneapolis, Minnesota, and St. Jude Medical , St. Paul, Minnesota.