Tony Walton is an Interventional Cardiologist based at Epworth Hospital and is an Associate Professor in Medicine at Monash University. He also has appointments at the Alfred and Western Hospitals and is an Honorary Research Fellow at The Baker Institute as well as Head of the Structural Heart Programme at the Alfred Hospital. He is Director of the Cardiac Interventional Laboratories at Western Health.
His training in Cardiology was at the Alfred Hospital and further postgraduate training in Interventional Cardiology was undertaken at Stanford University Medical Centre in the United States.
His professional interests include General and Interventional Cardiology with particular interests in structural heart disease and hypertension. The developing areas of percutaneous valve replacement and interventional techniques for the treatment of common conditions such as hypertension are particular interests.
He has published his clinical and research work in peer reviewed manuscripts on subjects including the novel techniques of percutaneous aortic valve replacement and renal denervation for refractory hypertension.