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I am a Consultant Cardiologist with subspecialty expertise in cardiovascular imaging, inherited cardiac
conditions, heart muscle diseases, and sports cardiology.
I am fully accredited in all aspects of echocardiography, including transthoracic, transoesophageal and stress echocardiography. I am one of only two people in Wales
to have achieved Level 3 European Accreditation in Cardiac MRI (qualified to teach and lead a clinical cardiac MRI service).
I am the regional training lead (Wales) for the British Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic
Resonance. I also work with the Education Committee of the British Society of Echocardiography and have co-authored several national guidelines and clinical protocols for clinical echocardiography.
In addition to my clinical
work, I am also proud to be an honorary lecturer at Cardiff University.
Following the completion of my MBBCh from the College of Medicine, Cardiff University in 2010, I went
on to achieve my MRCP (UK) in 2015 and Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education (Distinction) from Cardiff University in 2018.
I’m a Specialty Registrar (ST5) Cardiologist training with the Wales deanery, and am
currently undertaking an MD degree researching a novel left ventricular assist device at the Cardiovascular Sciences Department, Glenfield General Hospital, University of Leicester.
I studied at Cambridge University and Imperial College. I transferred to Wales for Cardiology specialist
training and undertook research at Cardiff University, before training in cardiac imaging at the University Hospital of Wales. I then went on to complete a cardiac imaging fellowship at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, concentrating on
advanced echocardiography and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging.
Currently, I work as a Consultant Cardiologist specialising in cardiac imaging for Aneurin Bevan Health Board. I wanted to contribute to StudyPRN due to the
lack of resources available when I was training, and because it is a good way to keep my own knowledge up to date.
I completed my undergraduate training and qualified from Trieste University (Italy) in 2007. I
completed my fellowship in Cardiology in Trieste in April 2012, with particular interest in cardiomyopathies. Following this, I spent one year at Stanford University (CA, US) focusing on hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and athlete’s heart, gaining
a post-doctoral diploma in 2013. Subsequently I worked for seven months at The Heart Hospital imaging center (London) learning cardiac MRI and gaining a level II accreditation in this field.
I’m currently undertaking
research at St George’s University Hospital, London in the field of sudden cardiac death, cardiomyopathies and athletic cardiac adaptation.
I am a consultant cardiologist currently working for Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
I graduated from University College London Medical School where I also completed an intercalated BSc (Hons) in Neuroscience. Subsequently, I successfully completed specialty training in cardiology in the Hull and East Yorkshire
I have sub-specialised in multi-modality non-invasive cardiovascular imaging. I hold formal accreditations in echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, cardiac MRI and cardiac CT. I hold a special interest in valvular
heart disease and infective endocarditis.
I enjoy teaching and have a diploma in Medical Education from Dundee University.
I am a Consultant Cardiologist at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, specialising in
inherited cardiac conditions and imaging. I am accredited in echocardiography, cardiac MRI, and cardiac CT.
I qualified from Leeds University (MBChB and Intercalated BSc in Clinical Sciences - 1st Class Honours). The
majority of my medical training was in Yorkshire, however I additionally had the pleasure of spending 3 years at St. George's, University of London for my academic and clinical fellowship in inherited cardiac conditions and sports
In my spare time, I like to play badminton and watch basketball.
I was awarded an MD from the University of Malta, and completed my Foundation and Core Medical Training, obtaining my MRCP in 2011.
Afterwards, I began my Higher Specialist Training in Cardiology and undertook a period of research at the University of Glasgow as a BHF funded Clinical Research Fellow. During this period, I was a sub-investigator in a number of trials, including SCOT-HEART and CEMARC-2. In September 2018, I was then awarded my PhD, which was shortlisted for the Bellahouston medal.
Following this, I pursued my clinical training with an interest in multi-modality imaging (CMR, Echocardiography, CTCA) and cardio-oncology.
In 2019, I was appointed as a Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Specialist Registrar in Cardiology. My research interests focus on the use of non-invasive cardiovascular imaging as an adjunct to risk stratification; understanding mechanisms of heart failure post myocardial infarction; understanding mechanisms of cardiomyopathy in patients with chronic kidney disease; and investigating mechanisms of cardiovascular toxicity of chemotherapeutic agents.
I am a Consultant Cardiologist currently working at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2006. I completed my specialist training as a consultant cardiologist in the Wales deanery in 2017. My clinical interests include heart failure and cardiac devices.
am currently an honorary clinical teacher at Cardiff University. I have a postgraduate certificate in Medical Education. I have co-authored a book chapter on interventions and implantable devices for inherited cardiac conditions. I have a
number of publications on issues related to cardiology and cardiac disease.
After qualifying from medical school in Germany, I completed my House Officer and Senior House Officer
training in and around London. In 2005, I became a Cardiology Specialist Registrar and completed my CRY Research Fellowship in October 2012. Currently, I’m working at St. George’s University of London.
My research focuses on
the genetic causes for inherited heart conditions, mainly Long QT syndrome and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
I was appointed Consultant Cardiologist and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Inherited Cardiac Conditions and
Imaging at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London in 2017. My specialist interests are in heart muscle diseases, sudden death in young individuals, and athlete’s heart.
During my training in
Cardiology, I completed a PhD into the effects of ethnicity on the expression of cardiomyopathies and athlete’s heart at the University of London, from which I published work which has informed the new International ECG screening
recommendations published in 2017. I am a fellow of the European Society of Cardiology.
I graduated in 2009 from Cardiff University and completed my foundation and core medical training in the Wales
Deanery. Since 2013, I have been training in cardiology. After 2 years of general cardiology training, I completed my MD at the University of Hull in heart failure. I have since then been specialising in heart failure and devices.
I have thoroughly enjoyed working within academia, having written EEGC practice questions for StudyPRN, co-authored a chapter in the Clinical Molecular Medicine: Principles and Practice textbook and written several papers on heart
failure and device therapies.
I am a Consultant Cardiologist with a specialist clinical interest in Arrhythmias in Adult Congenital Heart Disease
and Arrhythmias in Pregnancy. My areas of practice include Adult Congenital Heart Disease, Cardiac Arrhythmias and Electrophysiology, and Obstetric Cardiology.
Currently, I am a member of many professional regional and
national bodies, including the British Cardiac Society, the British Congenital Cardiac Society, the British Society of Endocrinology and the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging.
After achieving my medical degree
from Barts and the Royal London Hospital, I went on to complete my General Training, Cardiology Training, ACHD Specialist Training and finally my Clinical Fellowship from Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital.
I graduated from the University of Liverpool with Honours in 2005, and went on to complete my postgraduate
training in Medicine and Cardiology in the Mersey Deanery between 2005 - 2017. In this time I completed a PhD in the management of patients with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.
I undertook additional training in inherited
cardiac conditions and Cardiac MRI during a fellowship at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London and have spent time in Inherited Cardiac Conditions services in Oxford and Copenhagen.
I have published mainly in the field of
heart muscle disease, including 2 textbook chapters, 11 review articles, 15 original research papers, 28 abstracts and 16 case reports/series.
As a Consultant Cardiologist, I am involved in strategic planning for Genomic
Medicine in Cardiology on Merseyside, and serve as a Genomic Clinical Interpretation Partner as part of the 100,000 Genome Project.
I completed my medical graduation (MBBS) from Dow Medical College (now known as Dow University of Health Sciences) in
Karachi, Pakistan. In 2004, I moved to the UK and started working as a junior doctor in medicine. I rotated through various hospitals in the Midlands and North West England thus completing my core medical training.
interest in the field of cardiology led me to a Clinical Fellow (SPR) job in Bath, after which I worked as a Cardiology Specialist Registrar (LAT) in Southend-on-Sea for 1 year. In October 2010, I took up my current Clinical Research Fellow
post with CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young). I am based at St George’s University London, and am working at the specialist centre for Sports Cardiology and Inherited Cardiac Conditions.
My current research work is based on
cardiovascular screening in young apparently healthy individuals and pre-participation screening in athletes using ECG. I am also looking into the impact of ethnicity (e.g. Asians) on physiological cardiovascular adaptation to
I completed my Medicine and Surgery MBChB from the University of Liverpool (2011), followed by a Postgraduate
Certificate in Medical Education from the University College London (2014). Additionally, I achieved Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (2013), completed my Core Medical Training with North West Thames Deanery (2015), and successfully passed the European Exam in General Cardiology (2018).
Currently, I am a trainee Cardiologist and PhD Fellow at Queen Mary University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust. My PhD is entitled ‘Novel determinants of cardiovascular disease: a population approach’ and is supported by a British Heart Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowship. My academic interests are centred on big data, cardiovascular epidemiology, and advanced cardiovascular imaging.
Cardiology EECC | Customer Reviews
Excellent Questions1 of 5
“Found it really useful for EECC revision to ensure breadth of revision. Lots of excellent questions that were similar to exam, with explanations referencing ESC guidelines. However, some questions didn't match the topic they were part of and it would be useful to randomly select questions.”
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8th Jul 2021
Great Help2 of 5
“StudyPRN is a good source of knowledge and great help for passing the examination.”
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1st Mar 2021
Informative Session3 of 5
“The Cardiology EECC revision resource was such an informative session.”
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16th Oct 2020
Very Informative4 of 5
“Regarding the cardiology exam revision, I found it very informative, it added a lot of knowledge and became a good guide in my clinical practice.”
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21st Jul 2020
Helped Guide Revision5 of 5
“The question bank was useful and helped to guide my revision. There can always be more questions. Also more image based questions. Overall, it has been a good way to revise.”