Omar Chehab

Omar is a clinical research fellow at St Thomas’ Hospital/KCL with a special interest in mitral regurgitation. He is currently undertaking a PhD investigating the haemodynamic and physiological response following transcatheter mitral intervention as part of a British Heart Foundation funded clinical research training fellowship.

Prior to joining us in 2019 he was a sub-specialty trainee in interventional cardiology at Barts Heart Centre, training in both coronary and structural intervention.

His other interests include structural heart disease more widely including renal outcomes following transcatheter aortic valve implantation, clinical outcomes following transcatheter mitral valve replacement and edge to edge repair and imaging biomarkers of ventricular function.

1 day online 2 days hands on workshop, under guidance of professional cardiologists and radiologists.

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