Dr Rebecca Gosling BSc MBChB MRCP
BHF Clinical Research Fellow
Department of Infection, Immunity and Cardiovascular Disease
University of Sheffield
Beech Hill Road
Tel: +44 (0) 114 215 9578
I joined the University of Sheffield in 2012 as an Academic foundation doctor having completed my undergraduate studies in Manchester. I received a BSc in Physiology in 2010 before going onto to obtain my medical degree in 2012. As an academic foundation doctor, I developed my interest in cardiology research particularly in the treatment of acute coronary syndromes and stable angina and imaging in coronary artery disease. I was subsequently awarded an NIHR academic clinical fellowship. During this time, I developed a keen interest in computational modelling and its application to cardiac imaging techniques. I went on to obtain a BHF clinical research training fellowship within the Department of Infection, Immunity and Cardiovascular Disease through which I am studying the application of computational modelling to coronary artery stenting. I am a member of the mathematical modelling in medicine group and the Insigneo institute for in silico medicine. I am also an Honorary specialist training registrar in Cardiology at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
My research interests are in computational modelling of coronary physiology and personalised medicine. This involves applying computational fluid dynamics technology to coronary imaging, permitting the computation of physiological parameters such as pressure and flow. My current work is focused on the development of a virtual stenting model that can predict the physiological outcome to different coronary intervention strategies. This novel approach permits personalised treatment planning by computing the expecting physiological response to stenting strategies.
I am also interested in education and continue to teach regularly. I teach clinical skills to medical students both formally and on the wards and have delivered lectures on stable angina as part of the MbChB curriculum. I have also enjoyed teaching about cardiac physiology and computational medicine as part of then Cardiovascular Medicine MRes course.
- Member of the Royal College of Physicians 2014.
- Director for Clinical Translation, Insigneo Institute for In Silico Medicne.
- European Society of Cardiology professional member 2018.
- BHF Clinical Research Training Fellowship: Virtual Coronary Intervention: Instant one –stop in silico treatment planning.
For key publications see below. For a full list of publications click here.
- Gosling R, Morris P, Lawford P, Hose D & Gunn J (2018) Predictive Physiological Modeling of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention – Is Virtual Treatment Planning the Future?. Frontiers in Physiology, 9, 1107-1107. View this article in WRRO
- Gosling RC, Morris PD, Silva Soto DA, Lawford PV, Hose DR & Gunn JP (2018) Virtual Coronary Intervention. A Treatment Planning Tool Based Upon the Angiogram. JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging. View this article in WRRO
- Sciola MI, Morris PD, Gosling R, Lawford PV, Hose DR & Gunn JP (2018) The Impact of Objective Mathematical Analysis During Fractional Flow Reserve Measurement. Eurointervention. View this article in WRRO
- Gosling R, Yazdani M, Parviz Y, Hall IR, Grech ED, Gunn JP, Storey RF & Iqbal J (2017) Comparison of P2Y12 inhibitors for mortality and stent thrombosis in patients with acute coronary syndromes: Single center study of 10 793 consecutive ‘real-world’ patients. Platelets, 28(8), 767-773. View this article in WRRO
- Parviz Y, Rowe R & Rinze R (2017) Emergency intervention in a case of an anomalous origin of the right coronary artery from the left anterior descending artery. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine.
- Murali-Krishnan R, Iqbal J, Rowe R, Hatem E, Parviz Y, Richardson J, Sultan A & Gunn J (2015) Impact of frailty on outcomes after percutaneous coronary intervention: a prospective cohort study. Open Heart, 2(1). View this article in WRRO
- Parviz Y, Rowe R, Vijayan S, Iqbal J, Morton AC, Grech ED, Hall I & Gunn J (2015) Percutaneous brachial artery access for coronary artery procedures: Feasible and safe in the current era. Cardiovascular Revascularization Medicine, 16(8), 447-449.
- Rowe R, Parviz Y, Iqbal J, Heppenstall J, Teare D & Gunn J (2015) Repeat coronary angiography with previously normal arteries: A futile exercise?. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions, 85(3), 401-405.
- Rowe R, Iqbal J, Murali-krishnan R, Sultan A, Orme R, Briffa N, Denvir M & Gunn J (2014) Role of frailty assessment in patients undergoing cardiac interventions. Open Heart, 1(1). View this article in WRRO