DPhil, FRCP, FHRS
Associate Professor, BHF Senior Fellow and Consultant Cardiologist
Neil completed his PhD (DPhil) and medical degree at the University of Oxford, before undertaking medical training in Bath, Northampton, London and Oxford as a Clinical Lecturer. After becoming a Consultant Cardiologist (CCT 2013), he was made an Associate Professor (2015) having been awarded a Fellowship from the British Heart Foundation. His research group explores how the autonomic nervous system influences cardiac function and arrhythmias. Neil continues to work as a Consultant Cardiologist sub-specializing in cardiac pacing and rhythm management devices, and is also widely involved in medical school education as a Tutorial Fellow in Preclinical Medicine at Exeter College, Oxford. He is co-author of the textbooks "Basic Science for Core Medical Training" (highly commended at the BMA Book Awards 2016) and "Levick's Introduction to Cardiovascular Physiology". Neil is on the Editorial Boards of the journals JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology, Frontiers in Physiology, and Autonomic Neuroscience.
An interview with Neil discussing the groups recent work published in the European Heart Journal can be found here.