Imperial College London


Faculty of MedicineNational Heart & Lung Institute

Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer







Guy Scadding BuildingRoyal Brompton Campus






Dr Dalby is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College and his research interests mirror his clinical specialties, leading a number of trials in the field of Interventional Cardiology. He currently is Co-Leading a large study of gait speed in heart attack patients with Dr Will Man in a collaborative venture between the Cardiovascular and Respiratory BRUs at the Trust. He is also the Principal Investigator for the DANCE study of immediate angioplasty for high risk Non ST Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes and the APACS study of antiplatelet drug efficacy in Acute coronary Syndromes.

Dr Dalby holds the following grants:

2012: £15,000 Trust BRU: Transcoronary cooling for infarct size reduction in PPCI pilot: PI and Lead Applicant

2011: E250,000 (2 years) Daiichi Sankyo Lilly Alliance: Evaluating additional platelet inhibition in Acute Coronary Syndromes (APACS) international multicentre trial NCT01339026 PI & Lead Applicant

2011: £19,851 (1 year)  Trust BRU: The Biological mechanisms and molecular signatures of ageing and frailty in aortic stenosis: role and monitoring of oxidative stress, metabolic alterations and inflammation trial. Co-PI & Co Applicant.

2010: £250,529  (2 years extended) British Heart Foundation: The Complete Versus Lesion only Primary PCI Pilot (CVLPRIT) multicentre trial. ISRCTN0913605 Co-PI & Co applicant.

2010: £339,514 NIHR (2 years extended) The Complete Versus Lesion only Primary PCI Pilot (CVLPRIT) ISRCTN0913605 Co-PI & Co applicant.

2009: £200,043 (milestone related) Abbott Vasuclar (competitive investigator sponsored study program) the Direct Angioplasty for Non ST elevation acute Coronary Events DANCE multicentre study NCT01172990. PI & lead applicant.

2009: £63,320 (milestone related) Daichy Sankyo Lilly Alliance to support the Direct Angioplasty for Non ST elevation acute Coronary Events multicentre study. NCT01172990 PI &  lead applicant.