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Speaker and Chair Biographies AICC Training Day 2023

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Dr Jan Till - Past-President of AICC and Consultant Paediatric Electrophysiologist (London)

Jan is the Past-President of the AICC, having served as a council member for some years. She is passionate about raising awareness and identifying ways in which we can improve care of patients and families living their lives with an ICC. Her major interest is device treatment, genetics and management of Channelopathies.

Jan works at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London, where she helped build the inherited cardiac conditions unit - as a consultant in congenital electrophysiology. She is Co-Director of Children's services at the Trust, and leads in Channelopathies, caring for both adults and children with channelopathies.

Dr Catherine Mercer - Past Secretary of the AICC and Consultant Clinical Geneticist (Southampton)

Dr Mercer is a Consultant Clinical Geneticist at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and is the lead clinician for Cardiac Genetics across the Wessex region. Dr Mercer has developed the Cardiac Genetics Service across the region to increase clinical capacity and ensure equity of patient access across the region. In addition, Dr Mercer was the Rare Disease Lead for the 100,000 Genomes Project in Wessex, involved in driving the delivery of this NHS transformational project. While most passionate about service delivery, she also has a research background with a PhD in the molecular genetic causes of congenital heart disease, specifically left ventricular outflow tract obstruction. She was elected as Secretary for the AICC in July 2019.

Dr John Dean - Consultant Clinical Geneticist (Aberdeen)

John Dean is a Consultant in Clinical Genetics for NHS Grampian, based in Aberdeen. He is also Joint Lead Clinician for the Network for Inherited Cardiac Conditions Scotland.


His special interests include Long QT syndrome, Marfan Syndrome and the molecular investigation of Sudden Cardiac Death. He is Emeritus Reader in Medicine at the University of Aberdeen.

Dr Dimitra Antonakaki - Consultant Cardiologist

Dimitra graduated with honours from the Medical University of Athens in Greece. She completed her Medical and Cardiology training and obtained her CCT in London. She subsequently subspecialised in Inherited Cardiac Conditions and multimodality Cardiovascular Imaging at Barts Heart Centre, London. During this time, she obtained a competitive scholarship from St George’s University of London to study the Sports Cardiology MSc and graduated with distinction. More recently, Dimitra has sat on the National Association of Inherited Cardiac Conditions (AICC) Council as the trainee representative. She also helped co-create the AICC’s official website. She has been a Consultant Cardiologist in Inherited Cardiac Conditions at the John Radcliffe University Hospital in Oxford and Royal County Sussex University CTC. In addition, Dimitra is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at St George’s University of London where she is the Lead of the Advanced Management and Genomics of Inherited Cardiac Conditions MSc module. Dimitra has specialist interests in ICC genomics, cardiac MRI, and sports cardiology and is an active member of the Media Task Force of the ESC Council on Cardiovascular Genomics and the EAPC Sports Cardiology and Exercise section.

Dr Stephen Page - President of AICC, Consultant Cardiologist & Electrophysiologist (Leeds)


Stephen is a Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist in Leeds and heads the ICC Service for West Yorkshire. Stephen has been a Council member since 2021 and has led the development of the National Survey. He is on the Writing Group for the new ICC Service Specification and is research active with collaborations with Bart’s Heart Centre, Imperial College and St George’s Hospital, London. His main interest is in service development and he hopes to strengthen the ability of the AICC to promote and support equitable service delivery across the UK.

Dr Kate Thomson - Allied Health Professional - Clinical Scientist (Oxford)

Kate is an experienced Clinical Scientist and a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists. She has specialised in inherited cardiac conditions for over 17 years, and is the lead for inherited cardiac disorders in the Oxford Medical Genetics Laboratory (OMGL). She recently completed a DPhil in Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Oxford, where her research focused on the genetic basis of inherited cardiomyopathies.

Mrs Rachel Walker – ICC Nurse Specialist (Sheffield)


Rachel has 23 years experience working in within cardiology, most recently as ICC nurse specialist in the South Yorkshire Regional ICC service for the last 13 years. Her long experience of running nurse-led clinics has given her an intimate understanding of the needs of ICC patients and their families and the unique nature of the care they need. Her role was initially funded by Cardiomyopathy UK and subsequently she had the opportunity to work for their helpline for a number of years. This gave her an appreciation of the variations in the availability of ICC care throughout the country and the need for a National approach to its management. Although Rachel works with all ICCs, she has a particular interest in heart muscle disease.

Dr Eleanor Wicks - Joint-Secretary of the AICC and Consultant Cardiologist (Oxford)

Eleanor leads the Oxford ICC service. She has longstanding specialist interests in inherited and acquired (including inflammatory) conditions, genomics, heart failure and multimodality imaging. She studied Medicine at the University of Edinburgh. After qualifying in 2004, she trained in General Medicine, gaining membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2009 and completed her general cardiology training at Barts Heart Centre, London. She was appointed as a Consultant Cardiologist with dual accreditation in General Medicine in 2016 and moved to Oxford in 2017. Eleanor harnesses clinical and academic synergy via collaborative networks to help define disease mechanisms and ensure the translation of novel molecular biological and clinical research approaches into clinical practice. She utilises state-of-the-art genomics and imaging for rich phenotyping to help reveal the molecular, imaging and genetic basis of inherited and acquired heart diseases in search of improved diagnoses, risk stratification and the exploration of potential therapeutic targets in the hope of delivering personalised therapy with substantial benefits for patients.

Dr Nora Shannon - Consultant Clinical Geneticist (Nottingham)

Nora Shannon is a Consultant Clinical Geneticist in the Nottingham Clinical Genetics Service. She was involved in setting up Inherited Cardiac Conditions Clinics in both Birmingham and Nottingham and is the Genetics Lead for the Nottingham ICC Service covering Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Derbyshire. She has an interest in service delivery and design and has particularly worked to improve access to genetic testing for families with SADS in the region. Her current research interests include factors which affect access to screening in families with aortic aneurysms.

Dr Claire Turner - Consultant Clinical Geneticist (Devon & Exeter)

Claire is a Consultant Clinical Geneticist, appointed to the Peninsula service in 2010, and is the genetics lead for the regional Inherited Cardiac Conditions service. Her MD, awarded in 2013, reflected a laboratory based molecular project on imprinting disorders. She has a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education, awarded in 2009 and is the lead for teaching Clinical Genetics at the University of Exeter Medical School. She has numerous publications in the field of Clinical Genetics, including in inherited cardiac conditions.

Prof Gerry Carr-White - Joint-Secretary of the AICC and Consultant Cardiologist (London)

Gerry was the clinical lead for heart failure, and inherited diseases at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals for 14 years. He is now a deputy medical director of the cardiovascular, respiratory and critical care unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS trust. 


He currently sits on the 2 main national leadership groups for cardiology helping develop regional and national guidelines and service specifications for NHS England and is one of 2 cardiologists sitting on the pan London oversight board for strategy and patient pathways. He is the vice president for Cardiomyopathy UK, leading patient education events across the country, and is the network clinical lead for both King’s Health Partners and the NHS England South London Cardiac Network. He is a Professor in heart failure and inherited diseases at King's College London, and the heart failure lead for the KCL AI centre.

Gerry has always been passionate about equitable networks and our challenge is to embed financial incentives for excellent ICC care into the new ICB led system, alongside pathways co-designed with patients, and to continue to champion and support our genetic counsellors, nurses and consultants.

Dr Joseph Westaby - Consultant Pathologist (London)

Dr Joseph Westaby is an NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Cardiovascular Pathology at St George’s University of London and the South London Deanery. He studied Graduate Entry Medicine at The University of Nottingham and has trained in London since. He undertook an Academic Clinical Fellowship and PhD in the Cardiac Risk in the Young Cardiovascular Pathology Laboratories. His primary research interest is Sudden Cardiac Death. He also undertakes coronial autopsies for the Inner West London Coroner.

Dr Rachel Bastiaenen - Treasurer of the AICC and Consultant Cardiologist (London)

Rachel is a Consultant Cardiologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust where she is the Clinical Lead for Inherited Cardiac Conditions. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College London. She studied at Peterhouse Cambridge and Imperial College London. She completed Cardiology training in the London Deanery and a fellowship in Vancouver. Her PhD was awarded from St George’s University of London and involved non-invasive risk stratification of patients with cardiomyopathy. Her clinical and research interests focus on inherited arrhythmia syndromes, inherited cardiomyopathies and cardiac MRI.

Ms Stephanie Oates - Genetic Counsellor (London)


Steph is the current GC representative for the AICC Council. She has 15 years’ experience in cardiac genetics, in Oxford and London, as well as Auckland, New Zealand. She is currently working at Great Ormond Street Hospital as the genetic counsellor for the paediatric cardiology department.

Steph has a wide range of experience in the clinical setting, research, teaching, adults and paediatrics as well as charity work. Her main focus is Cardiomyopathies and Arrhythmias and promoting the unique contributions genetic counsellors can make in improving patient care, both pre and post genetic testing.

Professor Saidi (Sam) Mohiddin. FRCP, FESC

Consultant Cardiologist in Inherited and Acquired Heart Muscle Disease and in Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Barts Health NHS Trust.  Sam trained in Edinburgh, in the USA at the National Institutes of Health and in London. He completed his training in Cardiology in 2010 and is a Consultant and Honorary Professor at the Barts Heart Centre. Sam was lead author of the UK national training curriculum for Inherited Cardiac Conditions and has an active role in sub-specialty education. 

His research interests include inflammatory (myocarditis) and inherited heart muscle diseases and in the use of Cardiac resonance imaging (Cardiac MRI) in the assessment of these & other conditions. 

Dr Luke Starling - Paediatric Cardiologist (London)

Luke Starling is a Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist, specialising in Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases. He leads the Inherited Arrhythmia Service at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH) and has a particular interest in ion channel disease and sudden cardiac death. He has established a novel neurocardiac channelopathies Service and a local left cardiac sympathetic denervation (LCSD) programme. He combines his role in inherited cardiovascular diseases with general paediatric cardiology, including complete acute on-call commitments. Dr Starling studied medicine at University College London and then began training in Paediatrics in London and the southwest of England, before undertaking training in Paediatric Cardiology at GOSH and The Royal Brompton Hospital, including further sub-specialist training in electrophysiology and inherited cardiac conditions. Dr Starling knows deep down that England cannot possibly win both the cricket and football World Cups in the same year – but he would never admit to this in public.

Dr Caroline J Coats - Consultant Cardiologist and Clinical Lead, Glasgow

Dr Coats, a graduate of Imperial College School of Medicine, London, trained in Cardiology in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and New Zealand. Currently, she is a Consultant Cardiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow. In her capacity as the Lead Clinician for National Network for Inherited Cardiac Conditions, Dr Coats has played a pivotal role in guiding the direction of ICC services across Scotland. She received a 2023 Career Researcher Fellowship from the Chief Scientific Office to improve the diagnosis of cardiomyopathy and access to clinical trials.

Ms Kathryn Moore - Genetic Counsellor

BSc Medical Genetics at the University of Leicester (2016), MSc Genetic Counselling University of Sydney (2019). Kathryn has been working as a Genetic Counsellor since May 2018 in various roles across the public and private sector. Whilst living in Australia; Kathryn gained experience in Preimplatation Genetic Testing (PGT), working with donor gametes in the private sector, and cancer genetics for New South Wales public health. Kathryn moved back to the UK in January 2021 taking a role in the Cardiac Genetics team in Leeds. Since being in post the role has expanded to working within the Cancer and Prenatal teams. Kathryn is also the current ‘New Genetic Counsellor’ representative for the Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellors and has been involved in the working groups around future strategies for the Genetic Counselling profession.

Mr Paul Selby - Clinical Pharmacist


Paul Selby is the Clinical Pharmacy Lead for East Genomics and supports the implementation of genomics in the East Midlands and East of England regions. He has over 15 years of experience in clinical pharmacy across a number of hospital settings with a professional interest in liver disease. His interest in genomics developed whilst working with patients with rare metabolic conditions and lysosomal storage disorders at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, and has expanded in line with the use of genomics in healthcare. He is an honorary lecturer at UEA and is Vice Chair of the UK Clinical Pharmacy Association Genomics Specialist Interest Group.

Maha Younes - Clinical Genomic Scientist

Maha Younes is a registered Clinical Genomic Scientist and is currently working as a clinical scientist and a quality manager for the Clinical Genetics and Genomics Laboratory (CGGL) at the Royal Brompton hospital. Maha worked in a number of regional and specialist genetics laboratories managing the delivery of a wide repertoire of genetic and genomic testing services for common and rare diseases and cancer referrals. Maha had previously contributed at an expert level to the national best practice guideline CEQAS meetings for the testing and reporting of glioblastomas and oligodendrogliomas. She has also contributed to the development of the MSc programme in Precision Genomic Medicine at Leeds University. Prior to her clinical scientist career, Maha obtained two masters degrees in Medical Molecular Biology and in Clinical Genomics Science, and worked in various academic and healthcare institutions including the Southmead Hospital in Bristol, University of Cambridge, Kings College London, University College London and London School of Economics.

Jane Draper - Clinical Scientist

Jane is a registered Clinical Scientist with over 15 years’ experience in Cardiology specializing in Echocardiography.  Throughout her career she has expanded roles and incorporated advanced clinical practice into cardiac physiology.  She currently leads physiology services for inherited cardiac conditions, heart failure and cardio-oncology at Guys and St Thomas’ hospitals. She has successfully introduced a number novel clinics into the department including a screening clinic for family members with inherited cardiac conditions and is developing a service for the management of left ventricular outflow obstruction.  

Dr Joyee Basu - Cardiology Registrar 

Joyee graduated from Oxford University in 2010 and became a member of the Royal College of Physicians in 2013.  Following appointment as a Cardiology Registrar in the Oxford Deanery, she joined St George’s University, London as a Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) clinical research fellow where she spent three years furthering her subspecialty interests in inherited cardiac conditions, sports cardiology and imaging. During this time, she also participated in the cardiac screening of several thousand young individuals, including elite athletes.


In 2021 she completed her PhD into ‘Novel Insights into High Intensity Exercise Prescription in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy’. This work has furthered study into the outcomes of high intensity exercise in athletic and non-athletic populations. Her work has already been recognised nationally as well as internationally. She has won the BCS Best of the Best Abstract Award on two occasions and she has been a Young Investigator Award finalist in two meetings.


Joyee has published widely in high impact journals and also contributed to chapters in several books including the Get Ahead Medicine series, Key Clinical Topics in Cardiology and European Exam in General Cardiology 2nd edition. She is also an editor for the new edition of the Oxford Handbook of Cardiology due for publication in 2024.

Helen Alexander - Physiotherapy Manager and Rehabilitation Lead


Helen qualified as a physiotherapist from Brunel University in 2001 and completed her MSc in Cardiovascular Rehabilitation at the University of Chester. She works as the Physiotherapy Manager and Rehabilitation Services Lead at Nuffield Health at St. Bartholomew's Hospital in central London. Helen is Co-Chair of the executive committee of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Cardiovascular Rehabilitation (ACPICR) and sits on the British Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR) Council and Exercise Professionals Group. Helen is a BACPR course tutor and guest lecturer at Kings College London.

Dr Anna Lehmann - Genetic Counsellor 

Anna works for Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust as a Genetic Counsellor. She has over 10 years of experience as a genetic counsellor. She has a special interest in Cardiac genetics having started her career at The Heart Hospital in 2008 and continuing with cardiac genetics work in outreach clinics at the Brompton whilst working at St George’s Hospital.

She joined the Guy’s team in 2018 to work in the Cardiac and General teams seeing patients with a range of genetic conditions and counselling for reproductive options. Prior to working as a genetic counsellor Anna worked for the Association of Medical Research Charities, a policy and lobbying organisation working on behalf of medical research charities. Anna also completed a PhD in Molecular Genetics at Cancer Research UK in 2004.

Ms Melanie Watson – Consultant Genetic Counsellor (Southampton)

Melanie Watson is a Consultant Genetic Counsellor & Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and is Genetic Counsellor Lead for ICC across the Wessex region. She trained at Kings College, London, specialising in Cardiothoracics at the Royal Brompton Hospital. She went on to study Psychology & joined the Psychology & Genetics research group at KCL, where she was awarded a Wellcome Trust PhD studentship in biomedical ethics: Genetics in Society. This sparked an interest in genetics that led to her career in Genetic counselling. Melanie also served on the ICC and Familial Hypercholesterolaemia National Steering groups. She is currently Joint National Clinical Lead for the GMSA Familial Hypercholesterolaemia Transformational Project. She was a prior Treasurer for the AICC from July 2020 until 2023.

Ms Elizabeth Wilson - Specialist Nurse (London)

I am the recently appointed lead nurse for Inherited Cardiac Conditions (ICC) across Guys and St Thomas' Hospitals and Kings College Hospital (Kings Health Partners) with over ten years experience in cardiology and three years experience in ICC. My qualifications include an MSc in Genomic Medicine and my special interests are increasing access to tailored psychological support for ICC patients, service innovation through digital transformation and improvement in equity, diversity and inclusion in genomics. I have supported MSc Health Psychology students as a project supervisor in ICC based improvement projects and participated in filming patient information videos for the MedTap app. I have also worked closely with the IMPARTS (Integrating Mental and Physical healthcare: Research, Training & services) team to embed mental wellbeing screening through online questionnaires across all ICC clinics at Kings College Hospital. 

Dr John Whitaker - Honorary Consultant Cardiologist (London)

John Whitaker undertook his cardiology and sub-specialty electrophysiology and devices training in the Cardiovascular Directorate at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital. He spent a 4-year period of dedicated research in the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences based at St Thomas’s Hospital which led to a PhD from King’s College London. Following admission to the GMC specialist register in 2020, he undertook an advanced fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA. He has experience in the assessment and management of cardiac arrhythmias, with a particular interest in ventricular arrhythmias. He was appointed to a joint academic clinical post in February 2023.


His research has focused on the assessment of the substrate underlying ventricular arrhythmias. This assessment has been in the form of novel signal processing techniques for intra-cardiac electrograms and the assessment of cardiac structural features predisposing to arrhythmias using 3-dimensional imaging including cardiac CT and MRI.


John Whitaker’s PubMed cited publications may be seen through the following link:

Dr Alex Simms - Consultant Cardiologist (Leeds)

Dr Alex Simms is a Consultant Cardiologist and Clinical Lead for the Heart Failure service in Leeds with a specialist interest in Heart Failure, Device management, ICC and pregnancy in heart disease.  He is a member of both the WY Cardiac Network and Leeds ICB Long Term Conditions Board with a focus on integrated care. He earned his primary medical qualifications at the University of Leeds in 2002, after which he undertook specialist training in Leeds, completing his MD in 2012, and was appointed to his current role in 2014. He has several peer reviewed publication and a growing research portfolio.

Ms Georgiana Neculau - Advanced Nurse Practitioner (Birmingham)

Georgiana is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Inherited Cardiac Conditions (ICC)  based at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. She completed her BSc (Hons) in Adult Nursing followed by postgraduate studies in Pharmacology Practice, Non-Medical Prescribing, and an MSc in Genomic Medicine.  Over the past 6 years she has been leading the regional ICC nursing team and has taken a keen interest in the development of nurse led services as a way to improve equity of care and create opportunities for nurses to expand their competencies, autonomy and clinical judgment skills. Georgiana is also a lead ICC Coordinator on the NHS-Coronial Sudden Unexpected Death Pilot, representing the Central and South Genomic Medicine Service Alliance.  Her area of expertise includes inherited arrhythmia syndromes and  Sudden Cardiac Death.

Dr Greg Mellor - Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist (Papworth) 

Dr Mellor is a Consultant Cardiac Electrophysiologist at Royal Papworth Hospital where he is the Clinical Lead for the Cardiac Rhythm Management department and runs a regional Inherited Arrhythmia service. 


Having trained in Cambridge, London and Vancouver, Dr Mellor has a broad experience treating a variety of heart rhythm disorders with a focus on inherited arrhythmia syndromes.

Dr Bode Ensam - Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist (Birmingham)

Dr Bode Ensam is a consultant cardiologist who specialises in all aspects of cardiac electrophysiology and has a specialist interested in the inherited arrhythmic disorders. He is based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham and undertakes both invasive and non-invasive electrophysiological testing of those with arrhythmic conditions. 


He completed a research fellowship in inherited cardiology at St George’s Hospital, London, working under the guidance of Prof. Elijah Behr. Here, he developed an expertise in rare electrical cardiac conditions, such as, Brugada Syndrome, Long-QT syndrome, Catecholaminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia (CPVT), arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy and unexplained cardiac arrest. During this time, he was awarded a £300,000 research grant to investigate the electrophysiology and molecular basis of Brugada syndrome.

Dr Daniel Hammersley – Cardiology Registrar (London)


Daniel Hammersley is a ST7 Cardiology Registrar undertaking subspecialty training in heart failure, ICC and CMR at Kings College Hospital in London. He graduated from Oxford University and Imperial College in 2011 and became a member of the Royal College of Physicians in 2014. He undertook a PhD at the National Heart & Lung Institute, Imperial College, under the supervision of Prof Sanjay Prasad and Prof James Ware, focusing on novel markers of ventricular remodelling, disease remission and risk in patients with dilated cardiomyopathy. Daniel is interested in the integration of advanced cardiac imaging with genomics to enhance risk stratification, and additionally in novel precision therapies for cardiomyopathies.

Dr Mohamed Wafik – Clinical Genetics Registrar (London)

Mohamed is a Clinical Genetics specialty trainee (ST6) at the London/KSS Deanery (Health Education South London). He joined the Clinical Genetics Department at Guy’s Hospital in August 2020. He obtained his medical degree from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt (2010) with first class honours. He did an MSc in Medical Genetics at the University of Glasgow (2014) with a distinction award for his dissertation "Profiling of histone 3 lysine trimethylation (H3K27me3) epigenetic repressive mark in Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) cancer stem cells".

Dr Wafik trained in Paediatric and Neonatal Medicine at the Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital. He became a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH) in 2019. He worked as a Clinical Genetics Registrar in Oxford (2016-2018) where he gained experience in both General and Cancer Genetics. In 2023, he achieved a postgraduate certificate (PgCert) in the Interpretation and Clinical Application of Genomic Data (ICAG) from St George’s University of London. He holds the certificate in Medical Genetics from the Royal College of Pathologists (DipRCPath) and European Certification in Medical Genetics and Genomics (ECMGG). His areas of interest include Cardiac Genetics, Dysmorphology, and Neurodevelopmental disorders.


The AICC aims to drive forward clinical standards for ICCs through education, national guidance and networks of care which facilitate equitable access to quality care irrespective of postcode. 

Guidelines, Papers and Publications

The AICC hopes to publish National guidelines on the management of AICCs to facilitate the benchmarking of quality standards across the UK for ICCs. It endorses peer reviewed publications, reviews and scientific papers.

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Research highlights

The AICC hopes to promote innovative research and to bring together partners to pioneer novel research in this field of cardiology and to translate these findings back into clinical practice.


Education and Training opportunities

The AICC is keen to impart knowledge to help others learn and excel. Our educational activities aim to train the next generation of doctors to ensure that patients and their families with ICCs receive the very best of care they deserve.



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