He is an active clinical researcher with interests in cardiovascular medicine particularly vascular function and inflammation. He is one of a few clinical triallists working on early phase experimental medicine studies of novel therapeutics, and has a unique post which combines close collaboration with industrial partners on the Addenbrooke’s Biomedical Campus.
His clinical service commitments are to the Department of Acute Medicine at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. He is the Vice Chair of the local Research Ethics Committee, a member of the Management Board of the Cambridge Clinical Trials Unit and a Senior Physician and Clinical Pharmacologist to the GSK CUC in Cambridge.
His clinical and research interests are in the fields of cardiovascular medicine, hypertension and toxicology. He is actively involved in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and is a question-writer and examiner for the MRCP diploma. His other responsibilities include being the Chairman and Training Programme Director for Acute Medicine in the East of England. He was recently appointed as the Royal College of Physicians’ Associate International Director for South Asia. He is an enthusiastic cricketer and enjoys studying comparative theology in his spare time. He is a co-founder of CMS.
His specialist interests are pituitary and adrenal disease, hypogonadism, hypertension and syncope. He led and developed the ambulatory care unit at Addenbrooke’s and was clinical lead of Acute Medicine prior to refocusing on endocrinology. He regularly contributes to undergraduate and post-graduate teaching on a local and regional level and runs regional medical SpR training days. He enjoys travelling, skiing, long distance running and classical music.
Elizabeth gained experience as a
medial secretary at Addenbrookes Hospital, where she has been working for the
last 2 years after a 10 year career in retail. She has been assisting
with Cambridge Medical Seminars since 2016. She enjoys travelling, crafts
and live music.
She successfully completed her training as an independent non-medical Prescriber and teaches other members of the team on good prescribing practice ass well as on the Prescribing Update course. She was previously a Specialist Nurse in Hypertension and sat on the Clinical Development Group for NICE which developed the latest Hypertension Guidelines. As part of her current role, she setup and manages the open access community 24 hour ABPM service. She enjoys travelling, drinking red wine and sailing.