Prof Rod Stables
Prof Stables graduated in Medical Sciences from Churchill College Cambridge and then trained in clinical medicine at St Edmund Hall, Oxford. He trained in cardiology at The John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford and at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London and completed specialist training in 1998.
Prof Stables has an established, leading reputation for practice and research in interventional cardiology. He founded the Clinical Trials and Evaluation Unit at the Royal Brompton Hospital and led its initial flagship ventures, including the landmark Stent or Surgery trial. His research interests are focused on the design, planning and reporting of clinical trials and other forms of outcomes analysis.
Prof Stables is the Chair of the Executive Committee at the Institute of Cardiovascular Medicine and Science and is Chair of the Academic and Research Committee of the British Cardiovascular Society.