Professor Diana Gorog holds the posts of Consultant Cardiologist, Visiting Professor and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer. She holds posts at East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust, Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust, University of Hertfordshire and Imperial College, London. Having qualified at St Bartholomew's, London, she undertook her cardiology training at the Hammersmith, Royal Brompton, Royal Free, St Thomas' and St Mary's Hospitals. She has two higher postgraduate degrees, a post doctoral MD from Imperial College and a post-doctoral PhD from King's College London.
She is the Clinical Director of Cardiac Services at East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust.
Professor Gorog sees patients with all types of heart disease, including angina, palpitations, hypertension, heart failure and valvular heart disease. She performs coronary angiography and angioplasty procedures, including complex coronary intervention and pacemaker implantation. In the NHS, she teaches and trains junior doctors in these techniques.
Professor Gorog's research interests are in thrombosis and coronary angioplasty. She heads up the cardiology research group at East and North Herts and is actively engaged with research and teaching both at Imperial College and at University of Hertfordshire. She has published extensively in peer-reviewed, high impact, international journals and these are available in the public domain on PubMed.