Dr Rebecca Gosling


Clinical Medicine, School of Medicine and Population Health

NIHR Clinical Lecturer


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Dr Rebecca Gosling
Clinical Medicine, School of Medicine and Population Health
Room OU137, O Floor
The Medical School
Beech Hill Road
S10 2RX

For enquiries, please contact – iicd-om-operational@sheffield.ac.uk

Research interests

My research interests combine computational modelling and cardiac imaging, in particular cardiac MRI. I am interested in developing personalised models of ischaemia that can be used to guide patient- specific treatment planning. I am currently investigating the relative contributions to ischaemia in patients with multi-morbidity using stress-perfusion cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and novel 4D flow quantification techniques.


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  • Comprehensive modelling of myocardial ischaemic burden, AMS starter grant for clinical lecturers. £29,999.80. Awarded March 2022.
  • Comprehensive analysis of myocardial ischaemic burden in patients with multi-morbidity. University of Sheffield, Clinical Lecturers pump priming scheme. £4000. Awarded October 2021.
  • Virtual coronary intervention (VCI): Instant One-stop in silico treatment planning. Clinical research training fellowship. BHF Clinical Research Training Fellowship. £156,750. Awarded Aug 2016.
Teaching interests

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 also regularly lecture on cardiac physiology and computational medicine as part of then Cardiovascular Medicine MRes course. I am the module lead for a new cardiac imaging module for this course that is currently in development.

Professional activities and memberships
  • Research director. Computational modelling in medicine theme. Insigneo institute of in-silico medicine.
  • British Society of Echocardiography, member 2021-present.
  • European Society of Cardiology professional member 2018 - present.
  • Director for Clinical Translation, Insigneo Institute for In Silico Medicine (July 2018-2019).
  • Member of the Royal College of Physicians 2014.
Current projects
  • Towards a complete (virtual) model of myocardial ischaemia (VIRTU-5).
  • The (virtual) assessment of coronary blood flow before and after TAVI (Virtu-AS).
  • CMR in health and disease.