Six finalists have been shortlisted for our Investigator of the Year 2022.
With a record-breaking number of submissions, the judges were delighted by the excellent quality work displayed by this year's applicants.
Dr Maria Paton, Co-Lead, Research and Audit Committee said "We received an unprecedented number of abstract submissions this year which were of excellent academic quality and really showcased the incredible echocardiographic research being undertaken in the UK by our community. It's exciting to be able to invite so many of you to share your work at the annual conference, and we cannot wait to hear the finalists present their findings. We are sure the research shared will spark interest and ideas, build collaborations and widen networks, and inspire future researchers!"
The six finalists will present at BSEcho 2022 in London, during the research abstract session on Saturday 15 October 2022 at 9.00 am.
|Early left ventricular systolic function is a more sensitive predictor of adverse events in heart transplant recipients
|Inter-technique agreement and test-retest reproducibility of assessing left atrial function: a comparison between trans-thoracic echocardiography and cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging
|Could we offer more prudent echo services? A retrospective pilot study of level 1 echo to exclude significant disease in patients referred from primary care
|The right assessment: Utilising novel atrial markers to support pulmonary hypertension investigation
|Hospital costs following stress echocardiography in real world settings in the UK: A costing study from the BSE-NSTEP multi-centre study
|LVEF measured with same day echocardiography and CMR in patients with suspected cardiotoxicity
||Muhummad Sohaib Nazir
A further 25 submissions were shortlisted for poster presentation and will also be available to view during BSEcho 2022.
View the full programme