After completing his medical school studies in 1995 in Germany, Mr Konrad Grosser started working in research. He was awarded a PhD award in 1997. Konrad then moved to the UK where he trained as a junior doctor and became a member of the Royal College of Physicians in 2000.
His specialist training was completed in 2004 in Maastricht under the supervision of Prof Wellens. Subsequently, he undertook his subspeciality training in interventional cardiology at the Leeds General Infirmary. This was in addition to a fellowship in Paris under the supervision of Prof Montalescot. Konrad is currently a Consultant Cardiologist at the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Hospital in Margate. He also workds at the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford. He is a highly experienced interventional cardiologist who offers procedures such as Angioplasty/ stenting, intra-vascular ultrasound, pressure-wire assessment, renal de-nervation for hypertension, pacemaker insertion, Echocardiography and cardiac CT.
Since 2010, Konrad started working at East Kent Hospital Trust (EKHT) and became lead for cardiovascular research in 2012. He lives in Kent with his wife and two children. Konrad speaks Dutch and German fluently.