Bashar graduated from Cardiff University in 2006. Bashar has completed in Foundation years working in Cardiff. He attained membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2012. Bashar have been training in cardiology at various territory cardiology sites across the country including Freeman Hospital, St Thomas’s Hospital and St George’s Hospital. He gained experience in advance heart failure, including heart lung transplant and ventricular assist devices at Freeman Hospital.
He commenced his specialty cardiology training at Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery in 2013. After completing his general cardiology training, he went on to complete a fellowship year in Heart Failure and Imaging Cardiology at St George’s Hospital.
He joined St George’s Hospital as a CRY clinical research fellow in Autumn 2017. Bashar is currently undertaking research on the natural history and cardiac characterisation of Marfans patient and other aortopathies. His sub-speciality interests include inherited cardiac conditions, imaging and sports cardiology.
Outside of his research he’s a proud husband and father, who enjoys travelling and playing football.