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- Stress echocardiography
Dr Adrian Brady BSc
(Hons Summa Cum Laude),
MD, FRCP (Glasg), FRCPE, FESC, FAHA
Adrian graduated from Edinburgh University in 1985. He trained in Cardiology at the Hammersmith Hospital, London Chest Hospital and the National Heart and Lung Institute, London.
During his research time Adrian won the British Cardiac Society Award and the American Heart Association Young Investigator Award.
Areas of interest
Hypertension, general cardiology, atrial fibrillation,
Heart failure, Pulmonary embolism, cholesterol and lipid disorders.
- European lecture on new advance in hypertension 2012 http://www.theheart.org/editorial-program/1457225.do
Current NHS consultant posts held
He was appointed Consultant Cardiologist to Glasgow Royal Infirmary in 1996, and Ross Hall and Nuffield Hospitals in 1997.
He is the Principal Investigator for the UK for 4 major trials. Dr Brady is the Spokesperson on Hypertension issues for the ESC. He conceived, developed and led the acclaimed Football Health Glasgow study of dietary and lifestyle therapy in middle-aged men. Dr Brady is the clinical lead for this Scotland-wide project, linking football and health across the nation.”
He has published 90 research papers and given over 120 national and international lectures.
Golf, skiing, hill walking, piano
British Cardiac Society Award and the American Heart Association Young Investigator Award. BUPA Foundation Lecture 2011. Visiting Professor of Cardiology, Mayo Clinic, USA.
BMJ, Lancet, European Heart Journal, Circulation, Heart and many other journals
Courses offered to GPs
Extensive lectures to GPs in Glasgow and around the UK
- BSc (Hons Summa Cum Laude), MD, FRCP (Glasg), FRCPE, FESC, FAHA Edinburgh University 1985
Reference number 3101928
Details of entry to specialist register
- Cardiology, 1996
Affiliations / memberships
He is Visiting Professor of Cardiology at the Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA. Dr Brady was a principal author of the 2007 Scottish National Guideline for Coronary Heart Disease, the 2008 ESC Guideline on Pulmonary Embolism, and the 2010 Scottish SIGN Guideline for Venous Thromboembolism.
- BMI Ross Hall Hospital
- 15:00 - 19:00
- 0141 810 3151
- Nuffield Health Glasgow Hospital
- 08:30 - 18:00
- 0141 334 9441
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.
In the event of an urgent query following treatment, Bupa members should use the following contact details
Dr Alan Rae, Consultant Cardiologist