Position: Emeritus Professor in Clinical Cardiology
Location: Monte Carlo, MC
Richard Sutton born in Newport, UK, educated at King’s College, London University and King’s College Hospital Medical School graduated in 1964. He trained in Medicine and Cardiology in London and North Carolina. He has been Consultant Cardiologist at Westminster, Chelsea and Westminster, Royal Brompton and St Mary’s Hospitals in London 1976-2011. He became Professor of Clinical Cardiology at Imperial College, London in 2003; he took DSc London in 1988. He has published >345 peer-reviewed papers dominantly on aspects of pacing and syncope and was made Emeritus Professor at Imperial College in 2011. He was Co-Founder (1976) and President of British Heart Rhythm Society (then BPEG) 1990-1995 and subsequently of European Working Group on Cardiac Pacing 1998-2000 (now EHRA), Editor-in-Chief of Europace 1998-2006, now Founding Editor, and President & Co-Founder of Cardiology section, Royal Society of Medicine (2006), London, UK. He won Heart Rhythm Society Pioneer in Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology in 2016 and received a Lifetime Achievement Award, British Heart Rhythm Society/Arrhythmia Alliance in 2007. He married Jeanne-Marie in 2014 and lives in Monaco.