Dr Daniel Sado is a Consultant Cardiologist and the clinical and academic lead of the cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging service at King’s College Hospital. As well as general cardiology, Dr Sado has particular interests in heart failure, heart imaging and inherited heart diseases.
In his work with patients, research volunteers and colleagues, Dr Sado’s values are based on integrity, honesty, openness, empathy and understanding. Using these and other skills his overall aim is to strive to provide the highest possible quality of clinical care, research, leadership and management in healthcare.
Dr Sado has won international, national and regional prizes for his research and has published over 80 articles in peer reviewed medical literature. His work spans fields including CMR, heart failure, hypertension, inherited heart disease, iron overloading and resuscitation.
Dr Sado has a big involvement in medical education, both as a teacher and as a developer of learning events. He is the first chair of the British Society of CMR training committee and he organises and leads London specialist registrar training days in cardiovascular imaging. He provides heart failure and CMR training to consultants, junior doctors, students and allied health professionals. He has formal medical education qualifications and has won awards for his teaching.