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“Once case, many lessons"


Clinical Presentation: Dr Jeremy Cobbold

Imaging: Professor Saul Myerson

Oncological Management: Professor Bass Hassan

Mechanical Circulatory Support—Overview: Dr Fernando Riego Gil

Tumor, Transplant and the TAH - An unlikely Menage a Trois: Ms Maria Monteagudo-Vela


Dr Jeremy Cobbold is a Consultant Hepatologist and Gastroenterologist at the John Radcliffe Hospital and the Manor Hospital in Oxford.

Professor Saul Myerson is Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Oxford.

Professor Bass Hassan is Professor of Medical Oncology at the University of Oxford.

Dr Fernando Riego Gil is a consultant transplant cardiologist at Harefield hospital. After completing his specialty training in cardiology in Madrid, Dr Riesgo Gil completed a two-year Fellowship in Advanced Heart Failure at the Mazankowski Heart Institute of the University of Alberta, in Canada. He then proceeded to do a one-year Fellowship in Adult Congenital Heart Disease at Royal Brompton Hospital in London. His clinical interests are in advanced heart failure, heart transplantation, mechanical circulatory support and adult congenital heart disease. Dr Riesgo Gil´s research focuses primarily on ventricular assist devices. He has delivered lectures on advanced heart failure on numerous conferences. He has delivered teaching to graduates, fellows, nursing and pharmacy professionals.

Ms Maria Monteagudo-Vela is a Cardiothoracic Transplant Fellow at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust.


Chair: Professor Freddie Hamdy

Convenor: Professor Bass Hassan

Welcome: Mr Mario Petrou


All members of the University and NHS clinical staff are welcome.