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MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP
Clinical Research Fellow & DPhil Student
I am a postgraduate clinical research fellow with research interests in studying the pathophysiology of coronary artery disease and microvascular dysfunction using advanced multi-parametric cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR), including novel native T1-mapping, perfusion CMR, and invasive coronary physiology (Ferreira, Piechnik, Neubauer group). I completed my medical degree in Imperial College London in 2010, then completed my early general medical training in London and the Oxford Deneary. I worked with my supervisors to secure a BHF clinical research training fellowship in 2015 and now in my final year of DPhil studies in the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR). I hold a NTNa for cardiology training in Oxford Deanery and will look to amalgamate clinical training in cardiology with research academic development.
Adenosine Stress and Rest T1 Mapping Can Differentiate Between Ischemic, Infarcted, Remote, and Normal Myocardium Without the Need for Gadolinium Contrast Agents.
Liu A. et al, (2016), JACC Cardiovasc Imaging, 9, 27 - 36