Dr Georgios Karagiannis is a consultant cardiologist at Harefield Hospital.
He studied medicine at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece. He accomplished his specialist training in Greece and was awarded ‘excellent’ marks on completion. In 2009, he completed his PhD in Cardiology, in which he also received an ‘excellent’ mark.
Dr Karagiannis had been awarded fellowship of the European Society of Cardiology and fellowship of the European Heart Failure Association for this academic and clinical work.
Dr Karagiannis has substantial experience in general and acute cardiology with a specialist interest in:
Dr Karagiannis mainly focuses on heart failure research. He has been awarded three national prizes for his research
Dr Karagiannis has developed a broad academic portfolio including publication in high profile medical journals. He has presented his work in both national and international congresses.
He has published papers on a range of topics, including:
Dr Georgios Karagiannis has a keen interest in teaching and has the following roles: