Baumbach Andreas

Baumbach Andreas

UK

Curriculum Vitae

ANDREAS BAUMBACH, MD, FESC, FRCP
Professor of Cardiology
Queen Mary University London
Hon. Consultant Cardiologist
Barts Heart Centre, West Smithfield, London EC1A 7BE, UK

GENERAL INFORMATION
DoB/Place: 30 April 1963, Stuttgart, Germany
Personal: Married with three sons

QUALIFICATIONS
2017 – Adjunct Professor, Yale School of Medicine Yale University, USA
2017 – Professor, Chair of Device Innovation, Queen Mary University of London, UK
2014 –  Honorary Professor of Interventional Cardiology, University of Bristol, UK
2008 – Professor of Medicine (apl), University of Tübingen, Germany
1999 – Accreditation Subspecialty Intensive Care Medicine
1998 – Habilitation, University of Tübingen, Germany. Thesis: Local delivery of a low molecular weight heparin for the reduction of restenosis following PTCA. Experimental and clinical results
1998 – Accreditation Cardiology
1996 – Accreditation Internal Medicine
1990 – Doctor of Medicine (MD)Thesis: Early computed tomography assessment of the inflammatory response of the lung to postoperative radiation in patients with mammary carcinoma
1990 – Full Accreditation to Practice Medicine (Approbation) University of Tübingen, Germany

ACADEMIC CAREER/POSITIONS
2017-­ Adjunct Professor, Yale School of Medicine Yale University, USA
2017- ­Consultant Interventional Cardiologist, Barts Heart Centre, London, UK
2017 – ­Professor of Device Innovation, Queen Mary University of London, UK
2014-­2017 – Honorary Professor of Interventional Cardiology, University of Bristol, UK
2001-­2014 – Consultant interventional Cardiologist Honorary Reader in Cardiology Bristol Heart Institute, University Hospitals Bristol, UK
2000-­2001 – Reader in Cardiology, Honorary Consultant Cardiologist, University of Bristol, UK
1998-2000 – Associate Professor of Medicine/ Interventional Cardiologist University Hospital Tübingen, Germany
1995-­1998 – Senior Registrar Cardiology, University Hospital Tübingen, Germany, Chief Resident, Intensive Care Unit & Cardiac Catheterisation
1994-­1995 – Military Service (Stabsarzt), Department of Medicine, Military Hospital Giessen / Air Force Base Memmingen, Germany
1989-­1994 – Training Position Internal Medicine/Cardiology University Hospital Tübingen, Germany

PROFESSIONAL HONOURS AND RECOGNITION
2018 – Andreas (Grüntzig) Award for the contributions to Polish Interventional Cardiology
2018 -­  President, European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Intervention (EAPCI)
2016-­2018 –  President elect: EAPCI
2014-­2016- Secretary: EAPCI
2011-­2015 – Chairman Training and Education, British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS)
2008-­2011 –  Chairman: Web and Communication BCIS
2008-­2012 – Member Web Committee, European Society of Cardiology
2006-­2015 –  Elected Council Member BCIS
2006 – ­Board Member: EAPCI
2006-­2014 – Chair/ Co-­‐Chair: Web and Communication Committee, EAPCI
2004-­2006 –  Elected Nucleus Member: Working Group on Interventional Cardiology, European Society of Cardiology
2006 – Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (London) FRCP
2000 – Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology, FESC

GRANTS OBTAINED IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS AS LEAD OR CO-­APPLICANT:
2018 – Barts Biomedical Research Centre, Theme Lead Device Innovation, National Institute for Health Research NIHR, total grant £ 6.55million, 5 years
2012 – Bristol Biomedical Research Unit, Theme Lead Interventional Cardiology, NIHR, total grant £ 6.9million, 5 years
2016 – Platelet Function in Ticagrelor Monotherapy Research Grant, Co-­PI, Astra Zeneca, £ 175,000, 3 years
2015 – Interventional Training Fellowship, PI, European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI), € 50,000; 2 years
2014 – ABSORB UK Registry Research Grant, PI, Abbott Vascular, £514,000, 6 years
2013 – Renal denervation Research Grant, PI, Medtronic, £ 93,000, 4 years