Prof. Piers Daubeney

Professor Piers Daubeney DM FRCP FRCPCH DCHProfessor Piers Daubeney DM FRCP FRCPCH DCH


Prof Piers Daubeney qualified in Medicine at Balliol College, Oxford and St Thomas's Hospital, London where he gained an Honours Distinction in Pharmacology and Clinical Therapeutics. He trained in paediatric cardiology in Southampton, Melbourne and Toronto. In 1999 he was appointed consultant in paediatric and fetal cardiology at the Royal Brompton and Chelsea & Westminster Hospitals and in 2009 Honorary Reader at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College. He was awarded a doctorate in medicine at Balliol in 2007. He now leads the paediatric cardiomyopathy team at the Royal Brompton Hospital. He became Professor of Practice in Paediatric Cardiology at Imperial College in 2018.
He has an international reputation and has lectured all over the world, published nearly 100 scientific papers, written numerous chapters and edited 2 books:• Diagnosis and Management of Adult Congenital Heart Disease Gatzoulis, Webb, Brida and Daubeney now in its 4th edition 2022• Paediatric Cardiology: A Practical Guide 2012 Daubeney, Rigby, Niwa and Gatzoulis
Prof Daubeney is passionate about research into the causes and effects of heart disease in children and infants and has initiated several international population-based multicentre studies into congenital cardiac diseases. He also has a strong research interest in childhood cardiomyopathies.
He is currently the President of the British Congenital Cardiac Association and has helped coordinate its response to the COVID pandemic in the UK
He is actively involved with rowing in London being President of Phoenix Boat Club for Imperial College Medics Alumni.