Dr Shahbaz Roshan-Zamir started his career as a Cardiac Physiologist at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington (1996-2001), during which time he was awarded a British Heart Foundation (BHF) echo fellowship and subsequent accreditation to the British Society of Echocardiography (BSE) (2001). He trained at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Medical School (2001-2006), before completing his General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics Speciality training in south London (2017).
He has a particular interest in heart failure and cardiovascular disease in the older population, and is fully trained as an Echocardiographer (BSE accredited since 2001). He has a number of cardiology related publications.
He has been an active committee member of the British Geriatric Society’s Cardiovascular Section since 2015.
He was appointed Consultant Geriatrician and General Physician in the Department of Health and Ageing at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in 2017, where he has helped set up the Cardiology for Older Persons Service (COPS). His subspecialty interest is cardiovascular disease and in particular heart failure in older people. His aim is to further cardiovascular medicine for geriatric trainees and expand the realm of cardiovascular medicine in the BGS.