Dr Mark H Williams graduated in medicine from Kings College Hospital, University of London, in 1997. He subsequently obtained the MRCP from the Royal College of Physicians of England. Later he pursued a clinical research fellowship in Systemic sclerosis associated pulmonary arterial hypertension at the Royal Free Hospital under the supervision of Dr Gerry Coghlan and Professor Christopher Denton and was subsequently awarded my MD in Clinical research from the University of London.
He then completed specialist training in interventional cardiology at the Royal Sussex County and King's College Hospitals. Following this, Dr Williams was appointed as Locum Consultant Interventional cardiologist at the Royal Sussex County hospital Brighton and subsequently a substantive post as Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at Ashford & St Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Alongside publishing many medical articles, on a personal level, Dr Williams enjoys keeping fit and attend the local gymnasium. He especially enjoys group cycling classes, both RPM and Kaiser and successfully completed the Brighton marathon in April 2012, raising funds for the NSPCC and again in 2013, raising funds for Brain Tumour UK.
Not only this, Dr Williams enjoys singing and has been a tenor in a regional gospel mass choir.