Interviewee: Belinda Gray
James talks to Dr Belinda Gray, cardiology advanced trainee at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital about syncope on the wards.
Dr Belinda Gray graduated in medicine from the University of New South Wales in 2006. Dr Gray completed cardiology training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in 2013.
Dr Gray currently practices at Royal Prince Alfred and Strathfield Private Hospitals, whilst completing a PhD at the University of Sydney under the supervision of Professor Chris Semsarian. In 2013, she was awarded a Heart Foundation PhD scholarship for her studies in “New genetic approaches to inherited heart disease: clinical and genetic implications”.
In 2011, Dr Gray was awarded a CSANZ travelling fellowship to present at the American Heart Association meeting in Orlando, USA. She is a clinical associate lecturer at the University of Sydney, and is involved in the training of medical students and basic physician trainees at the University of Sydney and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
Dr Gray has an interest in genetic heart diseases and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Born and raised in the town of Orange in country NSW, Dr Gray has an interest in the comprehensive management of patients from rural areas.
With Dr Belinda Gray, Cardiology Advanced Trainee at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, New South Wales, Australia
Case 1 – You’ve been called to see a patient who has lost consciousness but now seems alert
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