Dr Muram El-Nayir
Clinical Research Fellow
Muram is a cardiology registrar undergoing higher specialty training at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, with a subspecialty interest in complex devices. She completed her core medical training in East Sussex in 2018, during which she attained her membership of the Royal College of Physicians qualification. Muram is the British Junior Cardiologists’ Association trainee representative for Oxford Deanery and organises the cardiology registrar training days for the deanery. She is also an advanced life support instructor.
Muram joined the Heart Studies Group at the Clinical Trials Service Unit in October 2022. She is completing a higher degree during her time here as a Clinical Research Fellow and working on the ASCEND PLUS trial – a randomised controlled trial assessing the effectiveness of oral semaglutide for the primary prevention of cardiovascular events in people with type 2 diabetes.
Complete heart block as a herald sign for cardiac lymphoma
Morgan HP. et al, (2021), BMJ Case Reports, 14, e239356 - e239356
IgG4-mediated sclerosing fibroinflammatory disease presenting as inflammatory breast malignancy
El-Nayir M. et al, (2019), BJR|case reports, 5, 20180041 - 20180041
73Analysing mortality variances between right ventricular high septal pacing vs. right ventricular apical pacing following av node ablation: 10 years follow up
Eysenck WJT. et al, (2017), EP Europace, 19, i32 - i32