Dr Aaron Peace is a graduate of Queen’s University, Belfast. After working in Royal Northshore, Sydney he undertook his Cardiology training on the Irish Higher Medical Training Programme for Cardiology, completing his basic training in Cardiology in 2006. He was then awarded his PhD for work in the area of Platelet Function in Cardiovascular Disease funded by the Health Research Board Clinical Research Fellowship Programme, and the Irish Heart Foundation in 2009.
After completing a fellowship in Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in the world renowned Cardiovascular Centre, Aalst, Belgium in 2011 he was a Consultant Cardiologist in Dublin. He has been a Member of Faculty at EuroPCR, one of the main coronary intervention meetings in the world. He is widely published, has several book chapters in the field of coronary intervention and as a result is an invited reviewer for several major international journals. In addition, he is a Visiting Professor for Northern Ireland Centre for Stratified Medicine, Ulster University.