Prasant Mohanty, MBBS, MPH


Prasant Mohanty is interested in the logical and analytic approach to statistics, and the exceptional way it transforms straightforward information into captivating stories. The physiological complexity and real-life use of electrophysiology procedures made EP research a natural career choice.

In October 2008, Prasant joined Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute as a clinical biostatistician. He actively contributes to research projects, focusing primarily on exploring the complex electrophysiological dynamics of post-ablation remodeling and identifying the factors that determine procedural success. Prasant's research efforts are dedicated to the primary goal of reducing atrial fibrillation burden and preventing recurrence.

Following completion of his degrees in medicine and public health, Prasant worked in the fields of epidemiology and biostatistics for several years and gained specialized experience in health care research.


  • Master of Public Health (MPH), University of North Texas, Fort Worth, Texas
  • MD, Utkal University, Orissa, India


  • During his long career in medical research in different organizations, Prasant’s contribution has been widely appreciated and he has received “Best Employee” awards on several occasions.