Staff in Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Dr Stavros Apostolakis

Dr Stavros Apostolakis

Honorary Clinical Lecturer

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Dr Stavros Apostolakis is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer in the school of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, University of Birmingham.

Dr Apostolakis’ time is currently devoted to clinical and research activities as part of Professor Gregory Lip’s and Professor Paulus Kirchhof’s research groups in the Centre for Cardiovascular Sciences.

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 6938/+44(0)121 507 5086

Email s.apostolakis@bham.ac.uk

Dr Monica Arman Albert

Dr Monica Arman Albert

Research Fellow

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Mònica’s interest is the study of platelet interactions with pathogens. Her current project is focused on the signalling events underlying bacterial-mediated platelet activation. She is based at the University of Birmingham but carries out part of her research at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (Dublin). She previously investigated on the interactions between ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 415 8679

Email m.arman@bham.ac.uk

Dr Amitava Banerjee

Dr Amitava Banerjee

NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Cardiovascular Medicine

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Amitava Banerjee is NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Cardiovascular Medicine and Honorary Specialist Registrar in Cardiology.

Ami has over 40 scientific publications, including review articles and book chapters, in the fields of epidemiology, cardiology and global health. His epidemiology work has largely focused on the sex-specific effects of family history of myocardial ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 5075890

Email a.banerjee.1@bham.ac.uk

Dr Danai Bem

Research Fellow

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Telephone +44 (0)121 4158679

Email d.bem@bham.ac.uk

Professor Andrew Bradbury

Professor Andrew Bradbury

Sampson Gamgee Professor of Vascular Surgery and Director of Quality Assurance and Enhancement

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

As the Sampson Gamgee Professor of Vascular Surgery Professor Bradbury leads the delivery of an innovative, evidence-based, high quality vascular and endovascular academic surgical service for both arterial and venous disease at the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust (HEFT). He also undertakes clinical and basic science research in arterial and venous disease

As ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 424 5086 (PA)/+44(0)7858 430403

Email a.w.bradbury@bham.ac.uk

Dr Alexander Brill

Dr Alexander Brill

Birmingham Fellow

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Alex is a Birmingham Fellow in the School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine. Alex has a strong background in different models of thrombosis, inflammation and microscopy. His main research interests are mechanisms of cardiovascular diseases, such as deep vein thrombosis and stroke, and identifying new targets to prevent and treat these disorders.

Alex ...

Telephone +44 (0) 121 415 8679

Email a.brill@bham.ac.uk

Dr Andrew Coney

Dr Andrew Coney

Lecturer in Physiology

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Telephone 0121 414 7628

Email a.m.coney@bham.ac.uk

Dr Alex Conner

Dr Alex Conner

Senior Lecturer in Medical Sciences

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Alex Conner has a degree and PhD in Molecular and Biological Sciences. His research interests lie in the structure and function of large membrane proteins. This involves using cell and molecular biology techniques with an emphasis on understanding the regulation of aquaporin water channels and the ligand-binding and activation of family B G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs).  See Memb ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 415 8809

Email a.c.conner@bham.ac.uk

Dr Rachel Dancer

Clinical Lecturer (Respiratory Medicine)

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Email r.dancer@bham.ac.uk

Mr Nigel E Drury

Mr Nigel E Drury

Clinical Lecturer in Cardiothoracic Surgery

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Mr Drury is a Specialist Registrar in Cardiothoracic Surgery on the West Midlands Training Programme and an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the University of Birmingham.

Email n.e.drury@bham.ac.uk