Dr Gaby Captur is a consultant cardiologist in inherited cardiac conditions based at the Royal Free London and an associate professor at UCL's Institute of Cardiovascular Science.

She is faculty board member of the British Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (BSCMR) and leads the BSCMR Cardiomyopathy Task Force.

Her research focuses on improving the diagnosis and risk stratification of patients with inherited cardiac conditions. She carries out observational clinical studies using cardiovascular magnetic resonance in population based and clinical cohorts.

Gaby invented the T1 and T2 mapping phantoms for cardiac MRI and has patented her invention of the first washable and reusable cardiac MRI-electrocardiographic Imaging vest to permit non-invasive and high-throughput electrocardiographic imaging in patients with cardiomyopathies.  


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Cardiovascular MRI, inherited cardiac conditions, and electrocardiographic imaging.