||Dr. Robert Tulloh graduated in Medicine at Oxford
University, trained in Paediatrics, and specialised in Paediatric
Cardiology. His training in Paediatric Cardiology included two
years as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Child Health,
undertaking research work on neonatal pulmonary hypertension.
Previously a consultant at Guys Hospital, he moved to Bristol in
His special area of interest is
pulmonary hypertension, and he is involved actively in research to
develop new methods of assessing pulmonary hypertension in the MRI
scanner and in new medication to treat pulmonary hypertension in
children. He currently is in receipt of NIHR project recognition
and has a multidisciplinary research team including fellows
studying for MD/PhD degrees.
Dr Tullohs other interests are in Education and Teaching, RSV
prophylaxis in Congenital heart disease and Kawasaki Disease. Dr.
Tulloh has more than eighty published papers and has given many
presentations at international meetings.