Manish was appointed Consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in 2018. Manish’s main focus is Clinical Electrophysiology, catheter ablation and he is also responsible for the Inherited Arrhythmia Syndromes in the Inherited Cardiac Conditions clinic. Manish is also the lead for the EP Fellowship program.
Manish graduated from Guy’s, King’s and St. Thomas’ School of Medicine in 2003. His internal medicine training was in London, followed by General Cardiology training in Cardiff. Manish was awarded a BHF Fellowship in 2011-14 in Oxford and was awarded my DPhil in 2016 for work on the autonomic modulation of ventricular arrhythmia. Manish was awarded the BHRS Young Investigator award in 2014 for this work. Manish then completed clinical training in Oxford and followed this with a fellowship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital under the guidance of Professor Jon Kalman.
Manish comments “I am very keen to support the next generation of UK trainees in their journey through electrophysiology, and I hope that this mentorship event becomes a real success story of HRC 2020”.