Charlotte Manisty, MD
Barts Heart Centre
Charlotte Manisty is a senior lecturer at University College London (UCL) and a consultant cardiologist at the Barts Heart Centre and University College Hospitals, London, UK. She specialises in heart failure and cardiac imaging, and set up and currently leads a large and expanding cardio-oncology service at Barts.
Her medical training was undertaken at Oxford University and Imperial College, and she was awarded a Wellcome Trust Fellowship for her PhD in cardiorespiratory physiology in heart failure. Current research interests include optimising imaging and analysis methods for identifying patients at risk of developing cardiotoxicity, with a particular interest in multiple myeloma. She chairs the Society of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Cardio-Oncology group, and she is regularly invited to speak at both national and international conferences on cardio-oncology.
She receives funding for her work from the British Heart Foundation, Barts Charity and the National Institute for Health Research, and supervises several PhD students. She has authored over 85 publications and book chapters, and is keen to foster further research collaborations with other haematology and oncology groups.