Professor James Moon is a Senior Lecturer and Consultant Cardiologist at UCL and the Clinical Director of Imaging at Barts Heart Centre. Previously, he founded and led the Heart Hospital Imaging Centre which conducted around 3500 scans each year.
After training at both Oxford and Cambridge, Professor Moon then completed his MD in CMR at Brompton Hospital. Currently he divides his time between clinical practice and research, paying specific interest to the identification of abnormal heart muscle.
Professor Moon is part of a team of 5 research fellows at the Heart Hospital Imaging Department interested in understanding the structure and function of the heart and detecting abnormalities of the heart to better target treatments.
Infiltration (amyloid, fabrys)
Cardiomyopathy (inherited and acquired)
Valvular Heart Disease
Health (normal, athletes, veteran athletes, post training)