I read Medicine (MBChB) at the University of Sheffield and graduated in 2008 with Honours and 2 Awards of Distinction during my study. After Foundation training in South Yorkshire, I moved to London for Core Medical Training as part of the King’s rotation and thoroughly enjoyed my basic Cardiology training. I joined the Cardiology Team at King’s College Hospital for a Junior Clinical Fellow year, which confirmed my career aspiration to become a Cardiologist. I obtained my Cardiology NTN in 2013.
I am now an Electrophysiology Fellow at St George’s Hospital and have been part of the Cardiology Team here for over 2 years now.
My research is focused on a range of arrhythmia conditions. The treatment of arrhythmias can be challenging, for example, if it is in the context of structural heart disease. The management of arrhythmias in the young certainly requires careful consideration. One of the key research goals include understanding how we can improve treatment for patients afflicted by these conditions.