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Dr Nathan Manghat



First name(s):




Medical qualifications:

MB ChB (Brist.) 1995

MRCP (Lond.) 1999

FRCR (Lond.) 2004

MD (Exeter & Plymouth) 2010

Current post:

Consultant Radiologist

Secretary's name:

Mrs Rose Connaughton


Cardiac Radiology (CT and MRI); Congenital and Acquired Disease

Vascular and Interventional Radiology

Membership of professional bodies:

Royal College of Physicians

Royal College of Radiologists

British Society of Cardiovascular Imaging

Member of the Radiological Society of North America

Special clinical interests:

Current research interests in:

Cardiac MRI - 1. The comprehensive role of cardiovascular MRI in systemic hypertension; including renal denervation 2.  Identifying biological markers of reno-vascular ageing in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Cardiac CT - Congenital and coronary imaging with future expansion into CT myocardial perfusion imaging.


Date of registration:

June 1995

Professional profile/background:

I graduated from the University of Bristol in 1995 and underwent general medical training before specialising in cardiology to registrar level. Subsequently I trained in Clinical Radiology (2001-2007) on the Peninsula training scheme in Plymouth which included a Royal College of Radiology funded Fellowship in the "Clinical Applications of Cardiac Computed Tomography" which culminated in the award of Doctor of Medicine in 2010.

Following this, I was awarded a Cardiac Radiology Fellowship in the prestigious Green Lane Cardiovascular Service in Auckland, New Zealand (2007-8) where I specialised in cardiac imaging with an emphasis on congenital heart disease and catheter coronary angiography.

On return, I spent one year as a Consultant Radiologist at the Royal Cornwall Hospital (2008-9) primarily specialising in interventional radiology before joining the Bristol Heart Institute, BRI in 2009 where I continue research interests in both cardiac CT and MRI.

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