BJC young cardiologists panel

Br J Cardiol 2016;23:132 Leave a comment
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With help from Dr Jubin Joseph, President, British Junior Cardiologists Association (BJCA), we are very pleased to have invited a panel of junior cardiologists to work closely with us on the Journal. They will advise us on current and future developments in training and also with reviewing papers, books and advising on the ‘movers and shakers’ in the cardiology world.

Coronary artery disease

In the section on coronary artery disease we have Dr Satpal Arri, who is BHF Clinical Research Fellow and Cardiology SpR South Thames Rotation, Dr Tiffany Patterson, who is BCIS Trainee Representative and BHF Clinical Research Fellow, Cardiology SpR, Kings College, London and Dr Kully Sandhu, who is Cardiology Interventional Trainee, Royal Stoke University Hospital, West Midlands Deanery.

Dr Satpal Arri (South Thames Rotation)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus
Dr Jubin Joseph (St Thomas’ Hospital, London)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus
Dr Kully Sandhu (Royal Stoke University Hospital)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus
Dr Tiffany Patterson (Kings College London)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus

Cardiac electrophysiology

In this section we have Dr Rahul Mukherjee, who is Cardiology SpR and NIHR BRC Clinical Research Fellow in Cardiac Electrophysiology, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Biomedical Research Centre, Dr Rohan Wijesurendra, who is Clinical Lecturer in Cardiovascular Medicine, Honorary Cardiology Registrar, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.

Dr Rohan Wijesurendra (John Radcliffe Hospital)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus
Dr Rahul Mukherjee (Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Biomedical Research Centre
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus

General cardiology

In this section we have Dr Christopher Allen, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow and Cardiology SpR, St Thomas’ Hospital, London and Dr Joyee Basu, ST5 in Cardiology, CRY Clinical Research Fellow, St George’s Hospital, London.

Dr Joyee Basu (St George’s Hospital)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus
Dr Christopher Allen (St Thomas’ Hospital)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus

Heart failure

In this section we have Dr Resham Baruah, Cardiology SpR, North Thames Heart Failure Representative, and CT Fellow, Royal Brompton Hospital, London. Dr Rosita Zakeri, NIHR Clinical Lecturer, Heart Failure and Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging Fellow, Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust, London.

Dr Rosita Zakeri (Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus
Dr Resham Baruah (Royal Brompton Hospital)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus

Heart valve disease

In this section we have Dr Nicholas D Gollop, who is MRC Doctoral Research Fellow in Cardiology, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, Dr Margaret Loudon, who is a ST7 in the Oxford Deanery and BJCA Committee Representing the British Heart Valve Society and Dr Hannah McConkey, BHF Clinical Research Training Fellow, Cardiology SpR, King’s College and St Thomas’ Hospital, London.

Dr Margaret Loudon (Oxford Deanery)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus
Dr Nicholas D Gollop (University of East Anglia)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus
Dr Hannah McConkey (King’s College and St Thomas’ Hospital)
Figure 3. Fluoroscopic image of a venogram of the coronary sinus
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