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Dr Timothy Bowker MA MD MSc FRCP

Dr Bowker is Consultant Cardiologist to Homerton University Hospital and Hon. Senior Lecturer in Cardiovascular Medicine at the National Heart & Lung Institute, Imperial College, London. He was educated at Cambridge University, where his MD thesis won the Raymond Horton Smith Prize, and at
McGill University where he obtained an MSc in Epidemiology & Biostatistics. He trained in cardiology at the National Heart, London Chest & Brompton Hospitals. His previous appointments include Consultant Cardiologist to St. Mary’s Hospital, London and Associate Medical Director of the British
Heart Foundation.

He sat on the Department of Health expert advisory group for Chapter 8 (Arrhythmias & Sudden Cardiac Death) of the National Service Framework for Heart Disease (2004), the Information & Surveys Committee of the British Cardiovascular Society, the North East London Cardiac Network Arrhythmia
Sub-Group, and is on the Board of Trustees of the national charity, CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young). He is a co-author of 44 peer reviewed scientific papers, 9 chapters or books, 20 reviews or editorials, and of 100 peer reviewed abstracts presented at 63 meetings of 22 learned societies in 15 countries.

His research output includes national and international population based surveys of sudden death, of secondary coronary prevention and of acute coronary syndromes, trials on coronary revascularisation and studies on laser angioplasty. His clinical responsibilities include a multidisciplinary heart failure service across the primary & secondary care interface. He is actively involved in under-graduate and post-graduate medical education particularly with respect to cardiology and epidemiology.