Dr Keene is a consultant cardiologist treating patients at Royal Free London Foundation NHS Trust.

He is involved in all clinical aspects of inpatient and outpatient general cardiology, but his clinical focus is in cardiac electrophysiology and complex devices.

Dr Keene graduated from the University of Manchester in 2009 having received commendations for all his special study modules. In 2013, he was appointed a prestigious National Institute for Health and Care Research academic clinical fellow cardiology fellowship.

He was also awarded the British Heart Foundation clinical research fellow training fellowship to address novel issues in implantable cardiac devices leading to award of his PhD. He completed his general cardiology training and was appointed advanced clinical training fellow in electrophysiology and devices.

He has developed highly specialised skills and is highly regarded internationally for being a high-volume implanter, proctor, researcher and educator in this field.



Dr Keene’s research program includes developing and evaluating novel pacing approaches and device technologies. Research interests include pacing for bradycardia, pacing for heart failure, conduction system pacing, deveopment of sensor technology for device based haemodynamic assessment to guide therapy, and mechanisms and treatment of syncope.