Member of the British Cardiovascular Society
Member of the British Cardiac Intervention Society
Member of the European Society of Cardiology
Dr Tim Lockie is a Consultant Interventional Cardiologist based at the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust in Hampstead, North London. He specialises in complex procedures to restore the blood supply to the heart, through the procedure of stenting. He has an interest in intravascular imaging and coronary physiology, and an ongoing involvement in cardiovascular research as the principal site investigator for several large, multinational studies. He is the clinical lead for the cardiac catheterisation laboratories at the Royal Free and also for developing local guidelines.
Dr Lockie attended the University College School in Hampstead, before training in Medicine at Edinburgh University. During this time, he also undertook an intercalated BSc. Med. Sci. gaining First Class honours. After graduating with his MBChB in 1999, Dr Lockie worked on the professorial medical and surgical wards at the Old Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh before moving to London for his specialist Cardiology training at St Thomas’. With an interest in ischaemic heart disease and revascularisation he undertook a PhD at KCL, London, winning the Young Investigator Prize at the international SCMR conference in the United States, as well as presenting and publishing his work at other conferences around the world. He then spent a year at the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam on a British Heart Foundation training fellowship specialising in advanced stenting and Percutaneous Coronary Interventions (PCI). He then completed his PCI training back at St. Thomas’ under the supervision of Professor Simon Redwood who is the current president of the British Coronary Intervention Society (BCIS).
Dr Lockie sits on the national advisory board for the British Cardiac Society, representing the North Central London region. He regularly teaches and lectures at conferences and seminars, including the international faculty of the European Society of Cardiology.
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