Use of imaging to plan and guide PCI in calcific stenoses
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Angela McInerney is an Interventional Cardiology Fellow in Hospital Clínico San Carlos. Her specialist interests are...
Angela McInerney is an Interventional Cardiology Fellow in Hospital Clínico San Carlos. Her specialist interests are in intracoronary imaging, intracoronary physiology, calcium modification techniques and complex PCI. She underwent her medical training at the National University of Ireland, Galway and graduated in 2011. She undertook her internal medicine training between Galway University Hospital, Merlin Park Hospital and also trained for six months in internal medicine in the Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota. She did her general cardiology training in Ireland working in Beaumont Hospital, St Vincents University Hospital and Cork University Hospital. She was awarded the Brian McGovern Travelling Fellowship grant from the Irish Board for Cardiology Training in 2018 which allowed her to start her interventional fellowship in Hospital Clínico San Carlos. She has been keenly involved in various research projects pertaining to intracoronary physiology and intravascular imaging having authored and co-authored a number of research articles as well as review articles and book chapters. Angela regularly partakes in the preparation and delivery of educational courses in Clínico San Carlos and values the educational aspect of her role. She plans to complete her coronary interventional fellowship before completing a structural intervention fellowship also within Hospital Clínico San Carlos for which she has received a European Cardiology Society grant.