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Cardiologist , educator

Houman Ashrafian, British cardiologist, educator. Achievements include research in expression of human papillomavirus type 16 L1, 1998, with on-going input into the development of a vaccine; research in the energy insufficiency hypothesis in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy; research in interest in the novel biomoecule hepcidin as the missing link between infection and haemochromatosis.

Background

Ashrafian, Houman was born on February 4, 1975 in Tehran, Iran. Son of Djamshid and Susan Ashrafian.

Education

Bachelor with honors, University Cambridge, England, 1996. B Medicine B Surgery, University Oxford, England, 1999. Master of Arts, University Cambridge, England, 1999.

Career

Teacher St John's College, Worcester College, England, 1996—1999. Lecturer Balliol College, University Oxford, 1996—1999. Professorial house officer Nuffield Department Medicine, England, 1999—2000.

Surgical house officer Manchester (England) Royal Infirmary, 2000. Senior house officer Golden Circuit Rotation, London, 2000—2002. Specialist registrar cardiology John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in expression of human papillomavirus type 16 L1, 1998, with on-going input into the development of a vaccine. Research in the energy insufficiency hypothesis in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Research in interest in the novel biomoecule hepcidin as the missing link between infection and haemochromatosis.

Membership

Authorized national karate referee and accredited instructor. External examiner ISKA. Member of Royal College Physicians.

Connections

father:
Djamshid Ashrafian

mother:
Susan Ashrafian