Andrew Grace, Research Group Head, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge
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Dr. Andrew Grace

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Local Address: Cambridge, England, United Kingdom
University of Cambridge
Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 9DD
United Kingdom

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  • MB BS PhD FRCP FACC , Medicine/Biochemistry
    University of Cambridge
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Arrhythmia Alliance - Home
heartrhythmcharity.org.uk [cached]
AF-A Medical Advisory Committee member Dr Andrew Grace joins Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review
8 August 2013, London - Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review today announces the appointment of Dr Andrew Grace to the position of Deputy Editor - Arrhythmia Mechanisms / Basic Science.
Dr Grace serves as a Consultant Cardiologist at Papworth Hospital Cambridge and as Research Group Head in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge. Clinically he has a general electrophysiology practice focussing on catheter ablation techniques for atrial fibrillation and has overseen the development of one of the UK's largest clinical practices for cardiac arrhythmia management. His pre-clinical research program has taken a systems approach to studying arrhythmia mechanisms. Prior to his current roles, Dr Grace trained in medicine at St Thomas' Hospital in London, and completed his PhD in Cambridge before undertaking post-doctoral studies as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of California San Diego.
On the appointment, Dr Demosthenes Katritsis, Editor-in-Chief of AER, commented, "It gives us great pleasure to welcome Dr Grace to the position of Deputy Editor - Arrhythmia Mechanisms / Basic Science.
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Dr Grace has a reputation of international standing in this field and I am sure that his guidance will be invaluable in assisting AER in fulfilling its aims of providing trusted teaching reviews of real educational value for both the arrhythmologist and general cardiologist."
Andrew Grace, Consultant ...
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Andrew Grace, Consultant Cardiologist at SADS UK, said most cases occur in young people ranging from teens to 30s.
Groups like these are a group of people who feel healthy, so not too much attention to the existence of heart rhythm disturbances. As a result because he felt healthy they did not conduct an electrocardiogram (ECG).
Dr Andrew Grace is speaking at ...
www.sadsuk.org, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
Dr Andrew Grace is speaking at the UK Heart Rhythm Congress 2006.
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The agenda includes Dr Andrew Grace, cardiologist, who will provide indicators to be aware of, that would suggest a person is at risk of sudden cardiac death; their diagnosis and treatment.
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SADS UK's medical advisor Dr Andrew Grace said, ‘The problem is that we do not know all the genes that may be implicated at the moment and therefore once cannot screen for anything but a proportion of the relevant causes.What is more commonly done is to look at the ECG's of siblings and possibly also take blood samples from them for later DNA analysis. Dr Grace said a national screening programme would not be a good way for doctors to find the small number of cases involved.
Dr Andrew Grace MB BS PhD ...
sadsuk.org, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
Dr Andrew Grace MB BS PhD FRCP FACC - Papworth Hospital I have been Medical Advisor to SADS UK for approximately 3 years.
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Dr Andrew Grace is speaking at the UK Heart Rhythm Congress 2006. At the SADS UK Conference to be held on Thursday 21st September he will be speaking about indicators that would suggest a condition that can cause a sudden cardiac death and familial causes of these types of conditions and their diagnosis. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
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The agenda includes Dr Andrew Grace, cardiologist, who will provide indicators to be aware of, that would suggest a person is at risk of sudden cardiac death their diagnosis and treatment.
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SADS UK's medical advisor Dr Andrew Grace said, 'The problem is that we do not know all the genes that may be implicated at the moment and therefore once cannot screen for anything but a proportion of the relevant causes. What is more commonly done is to look at the ECG's of siblings and possibly also take blood samples from them for later DNA analysis. Dr Grace said a national screening programme would not be a good way for doctors to find the small number of cases involved.
Dr Andrew Grace Profile from the Papworth Clinic
www.papworthclinic.com, 8 June 2014 [cached]
Dr Andrew Grace, Consultant Cardiologist
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Dr Grace has developed one of the largest clinical practices in cardiac arrhythmia management in the United Kingdom and specialises in catheter ablation techniques particularly for atrial fibrillation.
Education and Training Dr Grace trained in medicine at St Thomas' Hospital in London completing his Ph.D. in Cambridge with post-doctoral studies as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of California. He was appointed Consultant Cardiologist at Papworth and Addenbrooke's Hospitals in 1996. Dr. Grace has a track record of publishing high quality research and also runs a large, productive group in the University of Cambridge.
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Thomas, G., Gurung, I., Killeen, M., Goddard, C.A., Colledge, W., Grace, A.A, Huang C.L-H. (2007): Effects of L-type calcium channel antagonism on ventricular arrhythmogenesis in murine hearts containing a modification in the Scn5a gene modeling human long QT syndrome 3. Journal of Physiology 578:85-97
Thomas, G., Killeen, M.J., Goddard, C.A., Colledge, W., Grace, A.A, Huang C.L-H. (2007): Mechanisms of ventricular arrhythmogenesis in mice following targeted disruption of KCNE1. Journal of Physiology 578:99-114
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Huo, J., Zhang, Y., Huang, N., Liu, P., Huang, C., Guo, X., Jiang, W., Zhou, N., Grace, A. A., Huang, C. L-H. & Ma, A. (2008).
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