BSC [DISTN], MBBS FRCP[LOND], FRCP [EDIN], MRCPI[IRE], MSC[CARDIO-DISTN], MD FESC
Completed basic training 1995-1998 in Medicine from Oxfordshire deanery. Did MRCP both from UK and MRCP from Ireland.
Did higher specialist training from 1999- 2009 from London deanery. Did MSc in cardiology from Imperial College [NHLI] with a distinction, followed by MD from Royal Brompton Hospital [Imperial College, London Univ] in Heart Failure. Selected and awarded Fellowship of European society of Cardiologist. Also nominated Fellow of Royal College of Physicians of
London and as well of Edinburgh.
Appointed Regional Speciality Advisor for Cardiology for OXFORD Region by RCP and British Cardiac Society. Also appointed member of Clinical standards Committee of British Cardiac Society.
Did various presentations at national and International cardiology society meetings [British, American and European].Published articles in various peer review journals and wrote book chapters [acute coronary syndrome]. Obtained Full accreditation in Echocardiography both by British Society of Echocardiography and by European Association of cardiovascular imaging. Completed level 2 cardiac CT Training and am accredited member of British society of Cardiac imaging and Society of cardiac CT in USA. Did level 3 Cardiac CT course from Plymouth Radiology academy. Did advanced course in nuclear cardiology from Imperial College [Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital].
Enjoy teaching and was the Director of MRCP Paces course of PASTEST for more than 4 years [2007-2012]. Thereafter Examiner of MRCP paces Examination for Royal College of Physicians-London.
Worked as consultant looking after high dependency unit and CCU at Charing Cross Hospital, Imperial College NHS Trust. Moved to Whipps Cross University Hospital [Barts NHS Trust] in 2010 and working as Consultant in Cardiology and Acute Medicine.
Also Lead of clinical Improvement group [clinical governance] for Cardiology dept at Whipps Cross Hospital. Previously lead for Clinical Improvement Group for acute medicine.