Dr Theodore Murphy
Areas of Specialty
- Heart Failure
- Cardiac Imaging
- Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
- Irish Cardiac Society
- European Society of Cardiology
- European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging
- Council of Cardio-Oncology
Dr Theodore Murphy studied medicine at University College Dublin and graduated with honours. After graduating he completed his Royal College of Physicians Ireland Specialist cardiology training in Ireland. He was awarded a scholarship from the Irish Cardiac Society to complete his training with a fellowship in London. There he sub-specialised in Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Cardio-oncology and Heart Failure in St Bartholomew’s Hospital London and the Royal Brompton Hospital London. Dr Murphy has a Level 3 accreditation through the European Society of Cardiovascular Imaging in Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance imaging. In recognition of his training he has received Board Certification in Cardio-oncology from the International Cardio-oncology Society. Dr Murphy’s interests include general cardiology, heart failure, cardiac imaging and cardio-oncology.
Dr Murphy returned to Ireland in 2022 and set up Ireland’s first dedicated Cardio-oncology centre. He is the successful recipient of competitive research grants from both the Irish Heart Foundation and Irish Cardiac society and is active in research publishing over 20 peer reviewed publications and authoring 4 book chapters. He has presented his research at national and international meetings.