James talks to Dr Belinda Gray, Cardiologist, about syncope on the wards.
Belinda is currently an NHMRC Neil Hamilton Fairley Early Career Fellow at St George’s, University of London, in Sports Cardiology and Inherited Cardiac Conditions with Professor Elijah Behr and Professor Sanjay Sharma. Belinda’s research focuses on risk stratification, genetics and prevention of sudden cardiac death in the young, including young athletes. Belinda graduated in medicine from the University of NSW in 2006 and completed her PhD at the University of Sydney in 2016 with the support of a Heart Foundation PhD Scholarship.
She is a module lead and lecturer in the Masters of Sports Cardiology (MSc) at St George’s, University of London. Belinda has received numerous research grants and has presented at national and international conferences including the Young Investigator Awards at the Heart Rhythm Society Annual Scientific meeting in USA, and the Ralph Reader Prize at the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand. She is an early career researcher with more than 30 peer-reviewed publications.
With Dr. Belinda Gray, Cardiology Advanced Trainee at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, New South Wales, Australia.
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