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Dr Justin Lee

  • Consultant Cardiologist

Specialties

Cardiac Rhythm Management
General Cardiology

Specialist Clinical Interests

Management of tachy- and brady-arrhythmias
Catheter ablation of arrhythmias
Device implantation (pacemaker/defibrillator/CRT)
Cardiac device/lead extraction

Research Interests

Arrhythmia mechanisms
Catheter ablation techniques

Professional Profile

I graduated in Medicine from Cambridge University and trained at several London teaching hospitals in general internal medicine. I then spent 3 years in full time research at Oxford to gain an MD degree. I returned to clinical cardiology training in East Anglia (mainly at the regional centre Papworth Hospital) and finally completed cardiac electrophysiology training with an 18 month fellowship in the internationally renowned unit at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia. I am an internationally accredited specialist in both cardiac electrophysiology and devices (IBHRE).
 
I started as a consultant at Sheffield in January 2014 and together with colleagues provide the regional Cardiac Rhythm Management service. I hold regular arrhythmia clinics and perform the full spectrum of interventional electrophysiology procedures (catheter ablation and device implants/extraction). I also contribute to the general cardiology on call service, looking after acute cardiology inpatients. I am committed to education and training - currently I am the lead for junior doctors within cardiology (core medical/foundation programme). I am also actively involved in clinical research, aimed at better understanding of arrhythmia mechanisms and improving patient care.

Education and Training

MB BCh (Cantab) 2000
MRCP (UK) 2003
MD (Cantab) 2010
CCDS (IBHRE) 2012
CEPS (IBHRE) 2013
CCT (Cardiology) 2013

Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies and university posts

British Medical Association
British Cardiac Society
Heart Rhythm Society
Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Sheffield

Publications

McLellan AJ, Ling LH, Azzopardi S, Lee G, Kumar S, Wong MC, Walters TE, Lee JM, Looi KL, Halloran K, Stiles MK, Lever NA, Fynn SP, Heck PM, Sanders P, Morton JB, Kalman JM, Kistler PM. A minimal or maximal ablation strategy to achieve pulmonary vein isolation for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation: a prospective multi-centre randomized controlled trial (the Minimax study). European Heart Journal. 2015;36(28):1812-21
 
Lee JM, Fynn SP. P wave morphology in guiding the ablation strategy of focal atrial tachycardias and atrial flutter. Current Cardiology Reviews. 2015; 11(2):103-10.
 
Kumar S, Chan M, Lee J, Wong MC, Yudi M, Morton JB, Spence SJ, Halloran K, Kistler PM, Kalman JM. Catheter-tissue contact force determines atrial electrogram characteristics before and lesion efficacy after antral pulmonary vein isolation in humans. J Cardiovascular Electrophysiology. 2014; 25(2):122-9
 
Lee JM, Kalman JM. Sinus node dysfunction and atrial fibrillation: two sides of the same coin? Europace. 2013; 15(2):161-2
 
Kumar S, Sutherland F, Stevenson I, Lee JM, Garg ML, Sparks PB. Effects of long-term ω-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation on paroxysmal atrial tachyarrhythmia burden in patients with implanted pacemakers: results from a prospective randomised study. Int J Cardiol. 2013; 168(4):3812-7
 
Heck PM, Lee JM, Kistler PM. Atrial fibrillation in heart failure in the older population. Heart Failure Clinics 2013; 9(4):451-9

Lee JM, Robson MD, Yu LM, Shirodaria CC, Cunnington C, Kylintireas I, Digby JE, Bannister T, Handa A, Wiesmann F, Durrington PN, Channon KM, Neubauer S, Choudhury RP. Effects of high-dose modified-release nicotinic acid on atherosclerosis and vascular function: a randomized, placebo-controlled, magnetic resonance imaging study. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2009; 54(19):1787-94

 

Additional Information

Contact Details

Telephone Number: 0114 2269053

Secretary

Name: Jessica Beech
Telephone: 0114 2269248

 

 

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