Dr Sayan Sen leads the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust cardiology service for central and west London.
Dr Sen studied medicine at University College London (UCL), achieving a first class (honours) BSc degree in medical sciences and neuroscience in 2000. He graduated with distinction in his final MBBS examinations in 2003. Dr Sen's academic awards include the Royal Society of Medicine Investigator of the Year Award (All Sections, 2013), the Royal Society of Medicine President's Gold Medal (cardiology section, 2013), the prestigious Imperial College Armstrong Medal and Prize (2012), the Young Investigator Award at the British Cardiac Intervention Society Advanced Coronary Intervention meeting (2012), and the Young Investigator Prize at the Translating Coronary Physiology and Biophysics to Clinical Applications Symposium, Amsterdam (2010). He was shortlisted as a Young Investigator finalist at the British Hypertension Society and Artery meetings (2010).
Dr Sen's research has been published in leading cardiology journals and has changed clinical practice around the world. In 2009, he was awarded the prestigious Medical Research Council (MRC) Clinical Research Training Fellowship to study the haemodynamic changes in coronary artery bypass grafts, diseased coronary arteries and the haemodynamic changes associated with percutaneous aortic valve insertion.
Dr Sen's expertise include :
Chest pain, palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness and blackouts, hypertension, hypersholesterolaemia, coronary artery disease, heart attacks (STEMI, NSTEMI), valvular heart disease, severe aortic stenosis - TAVI, pacemakers
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