Dr. Abhishek Joshi

Dr. Abhishek Joshi

Dr Joshi is a cardiology registrar, sub-specialising in cardiac imaging and interventions. He was recently awarded a BHF Clinical Research Training Fellowship, where he will investigate how individual differences in platelets change the risk of heart attacks, using the advanced proteomic techniques available at the James Black Centre. His PhD is supervised by Prof. Manuel Mayr and Prof. Anthony Mathur, as part of a join project between King’s College, London, and the Bart’s Heart Centre. His long term goal is to better predict, and so hopefully prevent, heart attacks.

 

Education


2000-2003

BA, Philosophy, Psychology and Physiology,

The Queen’s College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

2004-2008 Medicine (Fast Track), BMBCh,
St. Hugh’s College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Elective at Mount Sinai School of Medicine
(Paediatric Cardiology)
2016-

PhD Student, Cardiovascular Division,

King’s College London, London, UK

 

Present Appointment


2015.10- Cardiology Registrar (ST6)
Sub-specialty training in Imaging and Intervention,
Bart’s Heart Centre, London, UK

 

Previous Appointment


2014-2015 Advanced imaging training in
cardiac MRI, cardiac CT,
transoesophageal echocardiography,
stress echocardiography, critical care cardiology.
2013-2014 Cardiology Registrar (ST4/ST5),
London Chest Hospital/Bart’s Heart Centre, NE Thames
Tertiary interventional cardiology referral centre

Experience with cardiac CT, MRI, echocardiography, angiography and angioplasty, cardiomyopathy, advanced heart failure therapies, infective endocarditis.

2013-2014 Cardiology Registrar (ST4),
St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, NE Thames
Tertiary cardiac electrophysiology referral centre

Experience with pacing and EP procedures

2012-2013 Cardiology Registrar (ST3),
Whipps University Cross Hospital, NE Thames
Extensive experience in general cardiology
Emergency and acute medicine
2010-2012

Core Medical Trainee (CMT 1&2), South London Deanery

Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Trust, South London NHS Trust

2008-2010 Foundation Trainee (FY1&2), South Thames Foundation School
Conquest Hospital, Hastings and Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospital
2003-2004 Clinical Support Worker, Countess of Chester Hospital
Healthcare assistant with extended role

 

Publications


1 Schulte C, Barwari T, Joshi A, Theofilatos K, Zampetaki A, Barallobre-Barreiro J, Singh B, Sorensen N, Neumann JT, Zeller T, Westermann D.. Comparative Analysis of Circulating Non-Coding RNAs Versus Protein Biomarkers in the Detection of Myocardial Injury. Circulation research. 2019 Epub : . [PubMed] [DOI]

2 Joshi A, Mayr M. In Aptamers They Trust: The Caveats of the SOMAscan Biomarker Discovery Platform from SomaLogic. Circulation. 2018 138 : 2482-2485. [Full Text] [PubMed] [DOI]

3 Rienks M, Joshi A, Mayr M. MicroRNA-24 and the Diabetic Heart. JACC: Basic to Translational Science. 2018 3 : 363-365. [Full Text] [PubMed] [DOI]

4 Fava M, Barallobre-Barreiro J, Mayr U, Lu R, Didangelos A, Baig F, Lynch M, Catibog N, Joshi A, Barwari T, Yin X, Jahangiri M, Mayr M. Role of ADAMTS (A Disintegrin and Metalloproteinase With Thrombospondin Motifs)-5 in Aortic Dilatation and Extracellular Matrix Remodeling. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2018 38 : 1537-1548. [Full Text] [PubMed] [DOI]

5 Barwari T, Joshi A, Mayr M. Reply: The Complex miRNAs-p53 Signaling Network in Cardiovascular Disease. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2017 16 : 2100. [Full Text] [PubMed] [DOI]

6 Sunderland N, Skroblin P, Barwari T, Huntley RP, Lu R, Joshi A, Lovering RC, Mayr M. MicroRNA Biomarkers and Platelet Reactivity: The Clot Thickens. Circ Res. 2017 20 : 418-435. [Full Text] [PubMed] [DOI]

7 Baig F, Joshi A, Mayr M. High Density Lipoproteins in High Resolution: Will Proteomics Solve the Paradox for Cardiovascular Risk?. Proteomics. 2017 17 : 3-4. [Full Text] [PubMed] [DOI]

8 Barwari T, Joshi A, Mayr M . MicroRNAs in Cardiovascular Disease. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2016 13 : 2577-2584. [Full Text] [PubMed] [DOI]