The Hatter Cardiovascular Institute is at the forefront of cardio-oncology research. With awareness of the detrimental effects chemotherapy has on a patient’s heart, this rapidly evolving field of medicine aims to develop new methods to detect cardiovascular damage and subsequently provide protection during treatment.
We are pleased to congratulate one of our leading Cardio-Oncology Consultants, Dr Arjun Ghosh, on his recent accomplishments in leading the national and global education and training initiatives in this area. These include:
*Newly appointed member of the International Cardio-Oncology Society Training and Education Advisory Committee
*Lead – British Society of Echocardiography guidelines in Cardio-Oncology
*Lead – UK Cardio-Oncology curriculum design
*Lead – Education and Training at the British Cardio-Oncology Society
*Lead – UK’s first and only national Cardio-Oncology Course which has now become a BCS course
*Organiser – Europe’s first and only Cardio-Oncology Course
*Member – ESC Council of Cardio-Oncology
Dr Ghosh recently visited the Tata Medical Centre in Kolkata, a tertiary cancer centre of excellence providing care to patients across India, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh. With a cardio-oncology service in early development, Dr Ghosh was pleased for the opportunity to assist in the education and training to the team there as they work towards establishing a more permanent clinical service. Details of this visit can be seen HERE.
To promote continued progress in Cardio-Oncology, Dr Ghosh leads on clinical trials, participates in multidisciplinary committees and presents regularly across the UK and internationally.