Improving our knowledge about heart disease
to help save lives
COVID-19 and the heartHelp fund our vital research
We have set up a project looking at how the heart is being affected by the COVID-19 virus, by using ultrasound. Please read all about the project and how you can help on our fundraising page
Who we are
Our busy Cardiac Research Unit is found in the Cardiology department at Northwick Park Hospital, working along side the clinical teams to improve our treatment of heart disease. While our department specialises in researching methods of the imaging of the heart using ultrasound, we also have several clinical trials going on at any one time in our various interest areas.
We pride ourselves in the quality of our research, and all funding received goes directly into our research projects.
Our Interest Areas
Our Latest News
More than 20 years ago, the Cardiac Research Team took part in the British Heart Foundation London to Brighton Bike ride. This year, two of the original team are cycling 46 miles in the Prudential MyRide London challenge.
We are the first team within the Trust to get the green light to restart their research that was paused during lockdown. We put in place many different safety measures to ensure that this is done safely.
We have always taken hygiene very seriously in the department. We are aware that some people have concerns when attending hospitals. This has now been stepped up to a higher level to ensure you can attend the department safely and confidently.
Can you help us?
Would you like to take part in research?
At the Department of Cardiac Research we are always looking for heart patients to take part in a variety of projects aimed at improving our knowledge about heart disease. If you are interested in volunteering please read our Get Involved page which gives details of current projects and how to take part as a volunteer.
Can you support us by making a donation?
If you would like to make a donation, we have a number of ways you can donate quickly and easily. Help us make a difference.