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PRECISE-CTCA Trial

Start date:
4th December
Co-ordinated by:
Rachel O'Brien
Main trial site:
RIE

This is a single-centre observational study. All participants will be recruited from the Emergency Department at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and invited for an outpatient CTCA at the Clinical Research Imaging Centre. This study will inform Dr. Lee’s PhD funded as part of a British heart Foundation Fellowship.

 

Local PI

Dr Ken Lee

Cardiology Research Fellow

Research Team

Rachel O'Brien

Lead Research Nurse

Polly Black

Senior Research Nurse

Julia Grahamslaw

Lead Research Nurse

Clare Moceivei

Research Nurse- Bank Staff

Alison Williams

Senior Research Nurse

Fiona McCurrach

Senior Research Nurse

Caroline Blackstock

AMU Senior Research Nurse

Alison Grant

Senior Research Nurse

Lisa Donald

Research Nurse

Claire Cheyne

Senior Research Nurse

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