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Sohaib  Nazir

Dr Sohaib Nazir

Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant Cardiologist

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Dr Sohaib Nazir is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences at Kings College London and Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Brompton Hospital.

His research interests include the use of advanced multimodal imaging with Cardiac MRI, CT, echocardiography and PET for application to preclinical and clinical problems in cardio-oncology, heart failure and coronary artery disease. He aims to use the latest novel cutting edge imaging technologies to enhance patient diagnosis, risk stratification and devise new opportunities for therapies.

His clinical practice is at the world-famous Royal Brompton Hospital for which he practices heart failure, imaging, general cardiology and cardio-oncology. Royal Brompton Hospital is only one of two centres in the UK accredited with Gold status accreditation by the International Cardio-Oncology Society (ICOS).

He is one of a handful of UK clinicians accredited in cardio-oncology by the ICOS. He also has accreditation at the highest level from the British Society of Echocardiography for Transthoracic echocardiography, Cardiovascular CT (European Board EACVI and US board SCCT) and Cardiac MRI (European Board EACVI and US board SCCT).

He has a passion for medical education, and was awarded as the best clinical teacher for medical students in 2015 at St George’s University of London and devised several local, regional and national training programmes for cardiology.  

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    Molecular imaging tool identified for patients at risk of myocarditis

    Researchers across King’s College London, the Royal Brompton Hospital and Guy’s Cancer centre have worked collaboratively to identify a non-invasive molecular...

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    Case study shows novel imaging technique detects the complications of rare heart abnormality

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      News

      Students gain hands-on experience of heart imaging

      Healthcare Technologies MSc students gain hands-on experience of ultrasound techniques at St Thomas’ Hospital.

      echo intro l+f

      Molecular imaging tool identified for patients at risk of myocarditis

      Researchers across King’s College London, the Royal Brompton Hospital and Guy’s Cancer centre have worked collaboratively to identify a non-invasive molecular...

      Myocarditis article image

      Case study shows novel imaging technique detects the complications of rare heart abnormality

      A new technique developed at the School identifies complications of rare heart problem, anomalous coronary artery

      sohaib-nazir