Dr Miles Dalby
BSc (Hons) MBBS (Hons)
I was educated at Wells Cathedral School in Somerset prior to my medical training at St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School in West London. During my training I undertook an intercalated BSc which provided the foundation for my long term interest in clinical research. MD Brompton Hospital: I studied for my MD Thesis at the Royal Brompton Hospital from 1997-1999 and investigated blood clotting mechanisms, drugs affecting clotting and how these interact with coronary angioplasty and stenting. The Thesis is titled: ‘Platelet function and ischaemic heart disease: studies in stable coronary artery disease and percutaneous intervention’ and the post-graduate degree was awarded by the University of London in 2000. Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology: I undertook a Fellowship in both clinical Cardiology and related research at the Pitie Salpetriere Hospital in Paris from 2001-2002. I passed the sub-speciality French DIU (Diploma Inter-Universitaire)in Interventional Cardiology in 2003. Clinical Cardiology Training: I trained in the North West Thames region, working at both St. Mary’s Hospital and Harefield attaining the CCST (Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training) in 2004. Current Post: I was appointed as Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust in October 2005 and my aim is to combine both the provision of a top class clinical service and a dedicated programme of clinically based cardiological research. I have NHS outpatient clinics on Wednesday morning (Harefield) and Friday morning (Hillingdon). I work routinely in the Cardiac Catheter Laboratory on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I have a private outpatient clinic at Bishops Wood Hospital on Tuesday evenings where I also perform non-invasive investigations. In summary, I am fully trained in General Cardiology with a sub-speciality interest in Coronary Intervention, including Primary Angioplasty with experience in a Tertiary Referral Centre with full On Call duties. My research interests focus on clinical aspects of coronary intervention.
British Cardiovascular Society (BCS)
British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS)
Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology