Nick E J West

Nick E J West

Interventional cardiologist / Cardiologist
PAPWORTH HOSPITAL - CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom

EDUCATION RESPONSIBILITIES AND MEETING ORGANISATION

- Dr. Nick West trained in medicine at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge and St. Thomas’ Hospital Medical School, London. He trained in cardiology at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford and Green Lane Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand, and undertook research towards his MD thesis at Duke University, NC, USA and in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Oxford.
- He currently works at Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, the UK’s largest specialist cardiothoracic centre. He is a member of the British Cardiovascular Society Guidelines & Practice Committee and Deputy Chair of the working group on Acute Cardiac Care.
 

ACTIVE AREAS OF RESEARCH

- Clinical and research interests include intravascular imaging techniques, bioresorbable scaffolds, coronary microvascular function, stent design, acute myocardial infarction and diabetic restenosis. - He is medical advisor to PlaqueTec Ltd and has been involved in the development of the novel Liquid Biopsy System.
- He is a member of the Absorb Global Expert Network and is the highest recruiter for the Absorb UK registry.

- Dr. Nick E J West has a very high interest in clinical research and has actively participated in the development of the Bioresorbable scaffolds course on PCR edu online.

Latest contributions

Bioresorbable scaffolds: an evolving technology

17 May 2017 – From EuroPCR 2017

Bioresorbable scaffold thrombosis: what have we learnt?

16 May 2017 – From EuroPCR 2017

Consult this session about what have we learnt about bioresorbable scaffold thrombosis presented by D. Capodanno, M. Joner, T. F. Lüscher, Y. Onuma, P. Serruys and N. West. Review incidence and predictors of bioresorbable scaffold thrombosis and gain insights about the mechanism underlying scaffold thrombosis and ongoing treatment.

Stents or scaffolds: relevant options for optimal patient outcomes?

16 May 2017 – From EuroPCR 2017

Mid- and long-term follow-up after BRS

18 May 2016 – From EuroPCR 2016

Nick E J West

Chairperson

Nick E J West

Imaging and functional assessment

18 May 2016 – From EuroPCR 2016

Panellists: J.J. Bax, C. Kyriakakis, M. Monaghan, L. Räber, H. Samady and R. Waksman

Watch the video on imaging and functional assessment from the Session comprising of selected EuroPCR 2016 Cardiovascular innovation pipeline submissions.

Dr. Bernard De Bruyne

Chairperson

Bernard De Bruyne
Dr. Javier Escaned

Chairperson

Javier Escaned

All you need to know about BRS

17 May 2016 – From EuroPCR 2016

Michael Haude

Chairperson

Michael Haude
Nick E J West

Chairperson

Nick E J West

How could fully bioresorbable vascular scaffolds improve PCI outcomes?

20 May 2015 – From EuroPCR 2015

Prof. Patrick W. Serruys

Chairperson

Patrick W. Serruys

Challenging indications for bioresorbable scaffolds

19 May 2015 – From EuroPCR 2015

Percutaneous revascularisation for complex multivessel disease in stable coronary artery disease

19 May 2015 – From EuroPCR 2015

Consult this session video on percutaneous revascularisation for complex multivessel disease in stable coronary artery disease from EuroPCR 2015.

Philip Urban

Chairperson

Philip Urban

OCT insights into PCI

20 May 2014 – From EuroPCR 2014

Evelyn Regar

Chairperson

Evelyn Regar
Nick E J West

Chairperson

Nick E J West

Bioresorbable scaffolds: lessons learned from intracoronary imaging

24 May 2013 – From EuroPCR 2013

Giulio Guagliumi

Chairperson

Giulio Guagliumi
Tom Adriaenssens

Chairperson

Tom Adriaenssens

Interactive case corner #14

24 May 2013 – From EuroPCR 2013