St George's Hospital (London), London (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
Dr Gallagher received his medical degree with honors from the National University of Ireland in 1990, and received training in General Medicine and Cardiology in Ireland in 1990-1996. He transferred to the UK where he trained in Interventional Electrophysiology in St George's Hospital from 1996-2002. He moved to Rome where he set up the Interventional Electrophysiology service at Policlinico Universitario Tor Vergata where he worked from 2003-2006. He then returned to the UK, working in Wales in 2007-2008, then back to St George's Hospital, London as clinical lead in Electrophysiology and later as Clinical DIrector for the Cardiac and Vascular Directorate from 2011-2017. He has been a high-volume operator throughout his clinical career, particularly in the field of AF ablation and in the extraction of implanted device leads.