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Professor Adrian Brady

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Last updated: 15 May 2020

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  • General cardiology

About me

Professor Adrian Brady BSc
Hons (Summa Cum Laude),
MD, FRCP (Glasg), FRCPE, FESC, FBHS, FAHA
Honorary Professor, University of Glasgow, Consultant Cardiologist, Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Visiting Professor of Cardiology, Mayo Clinic and Cleveland Clinic, USA.
Professor Brady 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 Professor Brady won the British Cardiac Society Award and the American Heart Association Young Investigator Award. He has published >90 papers and delivered >200 national/international lectures on many aspects of cardiovascular medicine. Professor Brady has worked extensively with SIGN, NICE and international guidelines agencies. Past President, British and Irish Hypertension Society. Past Chairman, Guidelines Committee, British Cardiovascular Society. He conceived, developed and led Football Health Scotland.

Areas of interest

Hypertension; general cardiology; atrial fibrillation;
Heart failure; Pulmonary embolism; cholesterol and lipid disorders.

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  • 20110

    ECG (including reporting) - (1-5)

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