Alan Groves, MBChB
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Pediatrics, Newborn Medicine
Specialties:Pediatrics, Newborn Medicine
Alan Groves, MBChB, BSc, FRCPCH, MD is an Associate Professor in the Division of Newborn Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at Mount Sinai Kravis Children's Hospital He received his medical degree from the University of Edinburgh (1996) and undertook postgraduate pediatric training in the UK and New Zealand where he completed a research degree in neonatal echocardiography.
Since completing his training, Dr. Groves has worked as an attending in Neonatal Medicine in London (Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital, St Thomas’ Hospital) and New York (Weill Cornell).
Dr. Groves has been at the forefront of applying ultrasound in the neonatal intensive care environment for over a decade. Through local, national and international teaching, as well as his website www.neonatalechoskills.com, Dr. Groves is determined to continue driving improvements in clinical care through advances in technology.
Neonatal & Perinatal Medicine
American Board of Pediatrics
- Mechanical Ventilation
MD, Univeristy of Edinburgh
Internship, Pediatic Surgery, Royal Hospital For Sick Children
Internship, General Medicine, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary
Residency, Pediatric Neurology, Alder Hey Children's Hospital
Residency, Pediatrics, Blackpool Victoria Hospital
Residency, Pediatrics, Countess of Chester Hospital
Fellowship, Pediatrics, Sunderland Royal Hospital
Fellowship, Neonatology, National Women's Hospital
Fellowship, Neonatology, Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital
Angela Ramos Visiting Professor, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles
Medical Research Council (UK) Centenary Award
Medical Research Council (UK) Clinician Scientist Award
Wellcome Trust (UK) Value in People Award
Dr. Groves’ primary research interest is in assessing heart function and growth using echocardiography and magnetic resonance imaging. His work has been supported by the Medical Research Council (UK), the British Heart Foundation and the American Heart Association. He is currently recruiting cohorts of newborn and school age children to study the long term growth of the heart following premature birth. His long-term research aim is to produce reductions in mortality and morbidity in newborn infants through improvements in circulatory monitoring and support.