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JOB TITLE: Chair of Cardiology, Butler BHF Senior Clinical Research Fellow and Consultant Cardiologist


Chris Tuck - Clinical Research Programme Manager

Atul Anand - Senior Clinical Research Fellow and Consultant Physician

Anoop SV Shah - BHF Intermediate Clinical Research Fellow and Honorary Senior Lecturer

Amy V Ferry - Senior Research Nurse

Catherine Stables - Data Manager

Takeshi Fujisawa - Laboratory Manager

Jean McPherson - Research Secretary and Trial Administrator

Andrew Chapman - Clinical Lecturer in Cardiology

Dennis Sandeman - CSO Fellow and Nurse Consultant in Cardiology

Stacey Stewart - Research Nurse and PhD student

Ken Lee - BHF Clinical Research Fellow and PhD student

Dimitrios Doudesis - MRC Precision Medicine PhD student

Filip Mendusic - PhD student

Ryan Wereski - MRC Clinical Research Fellow and PhD student

Anda Bularga - MRC Clinical Research Fellow and PhD student

Matthew Lowry - Clinical Research Fellow and PhD student

Caelan Taggart - Clinical Research Fellow and PhD student



Professor Nicholas Mills was born in Glasgow and raised in Scotland and North America. He studied Medicine and Pharmacology at the University of Edinburgh, graduating in 2000.  He undertook his clinical training at the Western General Hospital and Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh before joining the Centre for Cardiovascular Science in 2003. Professor Mills is currently Chair of Cardiology and Butler British  Heart Foundation Senior Clinical Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh and Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.

He is the Academic Lead and Senior Responsible Officer for the Data Driven Innovation in Health and Social Care programme with overall responsibility for the delivery of this programme on behalf of the Usher Institute and the University of Edinburgh.


To use linked regional and national healthcare data in Scotland to develop new approaches for diagnosis and risk stratification in patients with heart disease and to evaluate their impact on outcomes in practice.


Professor Mills teaches on the MBChB course and is responsible for the supervision of clinical and basic science to PhD students. 


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