Colin Berry
Colin Berry is a Professor in Translational Medicine at the BHF Glasgow Cardiovascular Research Centre and Consultant Cardiologist at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital. His undergraduate studies were in Physiology at the University of Paris (1989 – 1990) and in Medicine at the University of Glasgow (1987 – 1993). Following general professional training in Clinical Medicine, he undertook studies in basic cardiovascular science leading to a PhD from the University of Glasgow in 2002. After training in Cardiology, he completed post-doctoral research at the Montreal Heart Institute (supported by a BHF International Fellowship, 2006-2007) and at the US National Institutes of Health (2007 – 2009). He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and of the American College of Cardiology.

Acute myocardial infarction (MI) is a leading global cause of premature illness and death. Colin's research focuses on the significance of injury and repair pathways following acute MI. Colin leads a research team in Glasgow which exploits novel MRI methods to study myocardial injury and repair in preclinical MI models and in patients with recent MI. He is committed to delivering the best possible research with the potential to improve patient health and wellbeing. Colin's team currently support several multicentre MRI research projects in the United Kingdom. He is also helping to set up MRI methods he learned in North America in other groups across the UK.