Position: Consultant Electrophysiologist
Location: Birmingham, UK
I was appointed to my Consultant post at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in 2018. My main focus is Clinical Electrophysiology, catheter ablation and I am also responsible for the Inherited Arrhythmia Syndromes in our Inherited Cardiac Conditions clinic. I am also the lead for our EP Fellowship program.
I graduated from Guy’s, King’s and St. Thomas’ School of Medicine in 2003. My internal medicine training was in London, followed by General Cardiology training in Cardiff. I was awarded a BHF Fellowship in 2011-14 in Oxford and was awarded my DPhil in 2016 for my work on the autonomic modulation of ventricular arrhythmia. I was awarded the BHRS Young Investigator award in 2014 for this work. I then completed my clinical training in Oxford and followed this with my fellowship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital under the guidance of Professor Jon Kalman.