I am a Consultant Interventional Cardiologist practicing at Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Royal Sussex County Hospital NHS Trust. I am trained in all aspects of adult cardiology with a special interest in complex coronary intervention, intravascular imaging and structural heart disease.
I was educated at Westminster School and subsequently qualified as a doctor from St George's Hospital Medical School, London, in 2006. I was awarded an intercalated BSc for original genetics research and a merit prize in clinical medicine during my medical training. I entered specialist training in cardiology, where I rotated through a series of prestigious posts in London and on the South Coast. I was successfully awarded a Doctorate of Medicine (MD Res) in recognition of my research at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. I subsequently completed subspecialty training in coronary intervention at the Royal Sussex County and St Thomas' hospitals.
After completing my training, I was offered an extremely prestigious, fully-funded interventional fellowship at McMaster University, Canada. During my fellowship, I was trained specifically in chronic total occlusions and percutaneous mitral valve intervention (mitraclip).
I treat patients with a variety of symptoms, including chest pain, hypertension, hyperlipidaemia palpitations, breathlessness and blackouts. I organise and perform numerous investigations including ECGs, ambulatory ECG monitoring, echocardiograms, cardiac CT and cardiac MRI as required.
I am actively involved in numerous research projects both locally and internationally. I am an investigator for several cardiovascular research trials. Following my fellowship, I have strong links and ongoing projects with McMaster University, a centre world-famous for large cardiovascular trials and landmark publications. To date, I have presented my research internationally, published in high impact journals and written book chapters.
I am passionate about medical education and am an educational and clinical supervisor to a range of junior doctors. I teach medical students from both Brighton Medical School and St George's, University of the Caribbean. I provide educational talks to colleagues and local GPs