Professor Stuart Rosen | Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Education

Professor Stuart Rosen

Consultant cardiologist
Specialises in adult cardiology, heart failure and cardio-oncology.

Professor Stuart Rosen is a consultant cardiologist who along with Dr Lyon and Dr Sharma set up the UK’s first cardio-oncology unit at Royal Brompton Hospital. The unit provides bespoke care for those patients who have developed cardiac problems or are at risk of cardiotoxicity as a result of their cancer treatment. 

Professor Rosen is passionate about education and teaching his peers on cardiology where he speaks on topics such as cardiac pain, heart failure and neurocardiology. 

Clinical expertise

Professor Stuart Rosen is a consultant cardiologist who specialises in treating difficult hypertension, syncope (fainting), heart failure and all aspects of general adult cardiology. 

His knowledge and expertise in technical skills include stress echo, ultrafiltration for decompensated heart failure, tilt testing and autonomic assessment and transoesophageal echocardiography 

Research interests

The British Heart Foundation and Medical Research Council have both funded Professor Rosens’ cardiovascular research in: 

  • effect of alcohol excess on heart function 
  • mechanisms of heart injury in cancer patients 
  • origins of complex cardiac pain syndromes 
  • role of cardiac autonomic dysfunction in pathophysiology of cardiac disease. 

Professor Rosen has written numerous peer-reviewed articles, papers, abstracts, editorials and eight book chapters as well as writing a book, ‘Cardiology: Selfassessment Colour Review’, published by CRC Press. 


Professor Rosen has twice been awarded a prize for excellence in clinical teaching by the faculty of medicine and he supervises postgraduate, MD and PhD students.  Professor Rosen also has extensive teaching commitments in ethics and law, medicine and cardiology for medical undergraduates.