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Speakers


We are delighted that the following speakers have accepted our invitation to speak during the Annual Scientific Meeting.

This page will be updated with more information as it becomes available.

Coming SoonProfessor Bryan Williams, UCLH/UCL, UK
Pickering Lecturer
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Coming SoonDr Shahed Ahmad, NHS England, UK
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Coming SoonDr Sally Brett, King's College London, UK
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Coming SoonDr David Collier, Queen Mary University of London, UK
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Professor Philip Eaton, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Philip Eaton studied Biochemistry at Queen Mary College, University of London before completing PhD studies at the University of Sussex. He is a Professor of Cardiovascular Biochemistry at the William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London. His group studies redox sensing and signalling and the implications for cardiovascular health and disease.
Coming SoonDr Pankaj Gupta, University Hospitals of Leicester, UK
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Dr Vikas Kapil, Barts Health NHS Trust, UK
Vikas Kapil read Medicine and Anatomy at Queen’s College Cambridge, achieving first class undergraduate honours and then transferred for his undergraduate clinical training to University College London Medical School.
He completed postgraduate training at St Thomas’ and St Bartholomew’s hospitals and was awarded his PhD under the supervision of Professor Amrita Ahluwalia at the William Harvey Research Institute, investigating the effects of inorganic nitrate on the human cardiovascular system.
Since 2015, he has been a senior lecturer at WHRI and consultant in the Barts BP Centre of Excellence at Barts Heart Centre, with sub-speciality interests in blood pressure disorders (including circulatory dysautonomia) and aortopathy. His research encompasses nitric oxide signalling, autonomic dysfunction, and of course, COVID-19.
Dr Philip Lewis, Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport, UK
Philip Eaton studied Biochemistry at Queen Mary College, University of London before completing PhD studies at the University of Sussex. He is a Professor of Cardiovascular Biochemistry at the William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London. His group studies redox sensing and signalling and the implications for cardiovascular health and disease.
Coming SoonDr Carmen Maniero, Barts NHS Trust, UK
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Coming SoonDr Mary MacLeod, University of Aberdeen, UK
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Coming SoonDr Carmel McEniery, University of Cambridge, UK
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Dr Hafiz Naderi, Queen Mary University of London, UK
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Mr Sam Olden, BIHS, UK
Sam Olden is a Specialist Physiotherapist with a background in exercise rehabilitation and a particular interest in cardiovascular conditions. Sam has led a private rehabilitation clinic for the past 6 years overseeing Cardiac, Oncology and Long COVID programmes.
Dr Eduard Shantsila, University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Shantsila is a Senior Clinical Lecturer in Primary Care at the University of Liverpool and a GP. He uses different approaches to assess the interaction of hypertension, atrial fibrillation, heart failure and ageing, such as IMPRESS-AF RCT, Cochrane reviews for data synthesis; observational studies (E-ECHOES study) for population-level research.
Dr James Sheppard, University of Oxford, UK
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Coming SoonDr Manish Sinha, King's College London, UK
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Professor Joanna Wardlaw, University of Edinburgh, UK
Professor Joanna Wardlaw is an expert on the brain and its blood supply, and on treatments to improve blood flow to the brain, including clot-busting drugs that are now in routine use to treat stroke, and more recently on diseases of the small deep brain blood vessels and dementia.
Coming SoonDr Helen Warren, Queen Mary University of London, UK
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Dr Stephen Walsh, NCL, UK
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Professor Alastair Webb, University of Oxford, UK
Prof Alastair Webb is an associate professor and Wellcome Trust CRCD Fellow at the Wolfson Centre for Prevention of Stroke and Dementia, University of Oxford and a consultant neurologist at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. His research group is focussed on the physiological relationship between blood pressure, cerebrovascular physiology and stroke risk.
Coming SoonProfessor David Wheeler, King's College London, UK
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