Research and Teaching

Clinical Research

Dr Nammuni has a keen interest in research and through his work at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney is currently involved in a number of international multicentre studies and trials.

His current and past areas of research include:

  • Percutaneous Repair of False Aeurysms
    Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney Australia
  • Dialysis Access and Fistula Flow Dynamics
    Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney Australia
  • Use of Drug-Eluting Balloons in Recurrent Peripheral Arterial Stenoses
    Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney Australia
  • Management of bilateral severe carotid stenoses prior to coronary artery bypass grafting
    Park Hospital Leipzig Germany
  • Use of Endovascular Aneurysm Repair for Ruptured Aortic Aneurysms
    Concord Vascular Unit, Sydney Australia
  • Adjunctive Ultrasound in Carotid Artery Stenting
    Prince of Wales Vascular Unit, Sydney Australia
  • Use of Outback Catheters in Recannalisation of Aorto-Iliac Occlusive Disease
    Prince of Wales Vascular Unit, Sydney Australia
  • Short-Stay Endovascular Aneurysm Repair
    Addenbrooke’s Vascular Unit, Cambridge UK
  • AAA screening in Vascular Surgery Practice population
    Port Macquarie Vascular Unit, Australia


Dr Nammuni is heavily involved with teaching of  training doctors at all levels. Whilst working at Addenbrookes Hospital in the United Kingdom Dr Nammuni was a clinical tutor with the Cambridge University Medical School. On returning to Australia he continued his involvement with teaching and is a clinical associate with the University of Sydney Medical School. He is a clinical tutor and a lecturer for both the Gradual Medical Program and the Masters of Surgery Program. He is also involved with the teaching of Vascular Surgical Trainees with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.