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Dr Mayank Dalakoti [Away on HMDP]

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  • Associate Consultant, Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, Ng Teng Fong General Hospital
  • Associate Consultant, Department of Cardiology, National University Heart Centre, Singapore





Clinical Disciplines/Programmes:

Cardiac Imaging (Echocardiography), Cardiology (Heart), Coronary Heart Disease, General Cardiology, Hypertension, Lipid Disorders, Preventive Cardiology Programme

Special Interests:

Cardiometabolic disease, Health Services Research, Heart Brain interactions, Population health, Preventive Cardiology, 


Dr Mayank Dalakoti completed his Bachelor's in Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) from The National University of Singapore in 2013. During medical school, he was President of The National University of Singapore Medical Society from 2011-2012. He receieved a nomination on the Dean's list and multiple awards such as the NUS Society Gold Medal and The Medical Society All-Round excellence award in 2013. He went on to complete his Masters in Medicine (MMed) from The National University of Singapore and attained Membership of The Royal College of Physicians (MRCP), United Kingdom, in 2017. He completed his training in Internal Medicine at The National University Hospital in 2017, followed by Cardiology in 2022. He was awarded Valedictorian of the NUH Residency Program in 2022.

Dr Mayank's focus within cardiology is in prevention and cardiometabolic medicine. As a committee member of the NUHS health district, he also works with primary care partners, public health specialists and regional health services to understand the social determinants of the population's health. This also involves work in digital healthcare, using information gathered from wearables to assist with cardiovascular disease risk stratification and interventions.

His research is in the identification of predictive biomarkers of early clinical cardiometabolic disease, with the aim of early therapeutic interventions, as well as health services research focusing on the implementation of novel digital-enabled population-level health interventions at scale. He is the PI of the Platform for Interdisciplinary Cardiovascular-Metabolic Collaboration in NUHS (PICMAN) together with Prof Roger Foo. This is an ongoing preventative cardiology cohort in collaboration with the EMULSION cohort of patients with fatty liver disease (PI Prof Dan YY and Mark Muttiah) targeting predictive biomarkers and tools to further risk stratify an individuals' cardiovascular disease risk. He is also clinical PI of the LIVE-PLUS randomized controlled trial together with the University of Sydney, to study the effect of a composite of digital health interventions targeting diet, exercise, mindfulness and stress reduction on the cardiovascular and metabolic profile of patients. Dr Mayank is also a member of the Heart-Brain Research Collaboration in NUHS, and is PI of the Atrial Cardiopathy Evaluation in Embolic Stroke of Unknown Source (ACE-ESUS) study assessing novel imaging modalities for patients with cryptogenic stroke.


  • NUHS Residency Valedictorian Award, 2022
  • NUHS HEROES Education Award, 2020
  • Residency Excellence Award, 2018

Journals & Publications

  1. M. Dalakoti, et al. Effect of Surgical Mask use on Peak Physical Performance During Exercise Treadmill Testing-A Real World, Crossover Study. Frontiers in Physiology.
  2. T. Yeong, AS Mai, M. Dalakoti, et al. Can glucose-lowering medications improve outcomes in non-diabetic heart failure patients? A Bayesian network meta-analysis. ESC Heart Failure.
  3. Li TYW, Yeo LLL, Ho JSY, M. Dalakoti et al. Association of global cardiac calcification with atrial fibrillation and recurrent stroke in patients with embolic stroke of undetermined source. Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography. 2021;34(10):1056-1066.
  4. Li TYW, Yeo LLL, Ho JSY, Dalakoti M et al. Association of electrocardiographic p-wave markers and atrial fibrillation in embolic stroke of undetermined source. Cerebrovasc Dis. 2021;50(1):46-53.
  5. Lim DYZ, Sng G, Ho WHH, Dalakoti M. et al. Machine learning versus classic electrocardiographic criteria for the detection of echocardiographic left ventricular hypertrophy in a pre-participation cohort. Kardiol Pol. Published online April 16, 2021:VM/OJS/J/82898.
  6. Shen X, Tan BYQ, Sia CH, Dalakoti M, et al. Prevalence of Brugada Syndrome in a Large Population of Young Singaporean Men. Circulation. 2020;141(2):155-157.
  7. Tan BYQ, Ho JSY, Sia CH, Dalakoti M. et al. Left atrial volume index predicts new-onset atrial fibrillation and stroke recurrence in patients with embolic stroke of undetermined source. Cerebrovasc Dis. 2020;49(3):285-291.
  8. Yushan B, Tan BYQ, Ngiam NJ, Dalakoti M. et al. Association between bilateral infarcts pattern and detection of occult atrial fibrillation in embolic stroke of undetermined source (Esus) patients with insertable cardiac monitor(Icm). Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. 2019;28(9):2448-2452.
  9. Sia C, Dalakoti M, Tan BYQ, et al. A Population‐wide study of electrocardiographic (Ecg) norms and the effect of demographic and anthropometric factors on selected ECG characteristics in young, Southeast Asian males—results from the Singapore Armed Forces ECG (Safe) study. Ann Noninvasive Electrocardiol. 2019;24(3):e12634.
  10. Dalakoti M, Singh D, Yeo W, Tay L, Poh K. Electrocardiography findings and clinical presentation in Ebstein's anomaly. smedj. 2019;60(11):560-565.

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