Dr Julian Jarman is a consultant cardiologist and electrophysiologist based in London, UK. He studied medicine at Cambridge University (MB BS, MA), St Mary’s Hospital at Imperial College London, and Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA. Following on from his studies he returned to London and undertook a specialist fellowship training at several hospitals in interventional cardiac electrophysiology and complex pacing.
He has been a pioneer in developing novel techniques for ablation of atrial fibrillation using non-contact mapping as part of his post-graduate doctorate of medicine (MD) at the National Heart & Lung Institute.
Julian has a specialist interest is the diagnosis and treatment of all types of cardiac rhythm disturbance. Treating patients with hypertension and angina, attending to all types of fast and slow heart rhythm disturbances as well as those with heart failure requiring implantable device therapy. He is an expert in the management of atrial fibrillation (AF), including investigation with injectable loop recorders. Being highly skilled in the implantation of pacemakers, defibrillators (ICDs) and biventricular pacemakers to provide cardiac resynchronisation therapy for heart failure.
His studies and dedication have resulted in numerous awards including; British Cardiovascular Society Young Investigator of the Year, Royal Society of Medicine Young Trainee of the Year and President’s Medal, Royal Society of Medicine.
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, MBBS Imperial College London 1998
Master of Arts, MA University of Cambridge 1999
Membership of the Royal College Physicians, MRCP Royal College of Physicians 2004
Doctor of Medicine (Research), MD(Res) Imperial College London 2011
High Honours, Advanced Medicine Clerkship Harvard University 1997
Fellowship in Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology & Complex Pacing Royal Brompton Hospital 2009