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Dr Angela Hoye
|Post Nominals||MB ChB, PhD|
|Biography||Angela Hoye qualified in medicine at the University of Sheffield in 1993. She undertook Specialist Registrar training in Cardiology in East Yorkshire between 1998 and 2005, including a 2-year Interventional Cardiology Fellowship in Thoraxcentre, Rotterdam from 2002-2004. Her PhD was awarded in 2006 from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam following her work on the efficacy of drug-eluting stents for the treatment of complex coronary disease. She was appointed as an NHS Consultant in Hull in 2005 and moved to her current position as a Senior Lecturer in Cardiology in 2010.|
|Research Interests||Dr Hoye`s research interests relate to percutaneous coronary intervention for patients with stable angina as well as acute coronary syndromes. Her research interests are focused in several key areas:
Chronic total occlusions:
Improved clinical assessment of patients with a chronic total coronary occlusion and also evaluation of the development and function of collaterals
In conjunction with Prof Naseem in Biomedical Sciences, she has also started work to evaluate anti-platelet therapy used in clinical practice. This work evaluates platelet function and anti-platelet efficacy in patients with coronary disease who are undergoing coronary stent implantation.
Coronary disease in Women:
Female patients with coronary artery disease tend to have poorer outcomes than their male counterparts, and are often under-represented in clinical trials. Dr Hoye is undertaking clinical research to try to understand some of the mechanisms to explain this apparent disparity.
|Teaching and Learning||I deliver some of the Phase I cardiology lectures and in addition offer an SSC and SSIP in Interventional Cardiology.|
|Scopus Author ID||55167799300|