What’s it like to study a PhD in Cardiology?
Doing a PhD in Cardiology you will become proficient in the skills necessary to contribute to a research portfolio which spans genetics and development, experimental cardiology, vascular biology, and clinical research, as well as healthcare evaluation, implementation, and policy.
Some typical research topics in Cardiology include:
- cardiac and vascular electrophysiology
- heart failure and arrhythmias
- cardiovascular genetics and development
- imaging and regenerative therapy
Typical Cardiology PhD research projects take between three and four years to complete.
To be awarded your PhD, you must submit a thesis of about 60,000 words and defend it during your viva exam.