Dr Kelion is an expert in cardiology with a particular interest in imaging, nuclear cardiology, echocardiography and Cardiac CT (computed tomography).
Clinician first and foremost
Says Dr Kelion: “I see myself as a clinical cardiologist first and foremost, despite my expertise in imaging. My outpatient clinic and other clinical activities give me an important insight into the clinical value of the images I report.
His research interests focus on the use of radionuclide imaging techniques to treat patients with coronary disease and heart failure.
He has presented the results of his research at international meetings such as ICNC.
Dr Kelion is a training officer for the British Nuclear Cardiology Society and is its past president. He also sat on the Secretary of State for Transport’s Honorary Medical Advisory Panel on Driving and Disorders of the Cardiovascular System since 2005.
He is the co-organiser of a Nuclear Cardiology in Practice Course, which is run for two weeks every January or February. The first week is held at Royal Brompton Hospital and the second at Harefield Hospital.
Dr Kelion is associate editor for Nuclear Medicine Communications and the author of the Oxford Handbook of Nuclear Cardiology.