Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Honorary Consultant, Leeds General Infirmary
Professor Gale was Honorary Consultant Cardiologist at York Teaching Hospital from 2010 to 2018, where he specialised in general cardiology, heart failure and survivorship following heart attack. Presently, he is Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, Honorary Consultant Cardiologist at the Leeds General Infirmary (Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust), where he treats patients with a cardiovascular disease, and continues his specialist interest in heart failure and survivorship following heart attack. Professor Gale is Head of Clinical and Population Sciences Department at the University of Leeds. His research incorporates the efficient use of observational and randomised data to deliver population-based studies of cardiovascular quality of care and clinical outcomes. This includes the use of multi-source electronic health records for trial design, outcomes capture and taxonomy of cardiovascular survivorship. Presently, Professor Gale is leads a research group in the Medical Research Council Bioinformatics Centre at the Leeds Institute for Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine, University of Leeds. He holds major research awards predominantly from the National Institute for Health Research and British Heart Foundation, and has published over 140 research manuscripts in peer reviewed journals, including JAMA, Lancet, BMJ, EHJ. His research is often highlighted in the media, including BBC news, TV, radio, as well as gaining coverage in local and international newspapers.
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