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Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Hull York Medical School

Summary

Angela Hoye qualified in medicine at the University of Sheffield in 1993. She undertook Specialist Registrar training in Cardiology in East Yorkshire between 1998 and 2005, including a 2-year Interventional Cardiology Fellowship in Thoraxcentre, Rotterdam from 2002-2004. Her PhD was awarded in 2006 from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam following her work on the efficacy of drug-eluting stents for the treatment of complex coronary disease. She was appointed as an NHS Consultant in Hull in 2005 and moved to her current position as a Senior Lecturer in Cardiology in 2010.

I deliver some of the Phase I cardiology lectures and in addition offer an SSC and SSIP in Interventional Cardiology.

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Exercise training as a mediator for enhancing coronary collateral circulation: A review of the evidence

Nickolay, T., Nichols, S., Ingle, L., & Hoye, A. (2020). Exercise training as a mediator for enhancing coronary collateral circulation: A review of the evidence. Current Cardiology Reviews, 16(3), 212-220. https://doi.org/10.2174/1573403X15666190819144336

Multi-disciplinary palliative care is effective in people with symptomatic heart failure: A systematic review and narrative synthesis

Datla, S., Verberkt, C. A., Hoye, A., Janssen, D. J. A., & Johnson, M. J. (2019). Multi-disciplinary palliative care is effective in people with symptomatic heart failure: A systematic review and narrative synthesis. Palliative medicine, 33(8), 1003-1016. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269216319859148

Safety and efficacy of a sirolimus-eluting coronary stent with ultra-thin strut for treatment of atherosclerotic lesions (TALENT): a prospective multicentre randomised controlled trial

Zaman, A., de Winter, R. J., Kogame, N., Chang, C. C., Modolo, R., Spitzer, E., …Serruys, P. W. (2019). Safety and efficacy of a sirolimus-eluting coronary stent with ultra-thin strut for treatment of atherosclerotic lesions (TALENT): a prospective multicentre randomised controlled trial. Lancet, 393(10175), 987-997. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736%2818%2932467-X

Cardiogoniometry compared to fractional flow reserve at identifying physiologically significant coronary stenosis: The Cardioflow Study

Brown, O. I., Clark, A. L., Chelliah, R., Davison, B. J., Mather, A. N., Cunnington, M. S., …Hoye, A. (2018). Cardiogoniometry compared to fractional flow reserve at identifying physiologically significant coronary stenosis: The Cardioflow Study. Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology, 9(3), 439-446. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13239-018-0354-1

The HF-CGM study: An analysis of cardiogoniometric axes in patients with cardiac resynchronization therapy

Clark, A. L., Hoye, A., Beddoes, G., Nikolaidou, T., & Brown, O. I. (2018). The HF-CGM study: An analysis of cardiogoniometric axes in patients with cardiac resynchronization therapy. IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering / Bio-medical Engineering Group, 65(8), 1711-1716. https://doi.org/10.1109/TBME.2017.2769060

Research interests

Dr Hoye`s research interests relate to percutaneous coronary intervention for patients with stable angina as well as acute coronary syndromes. Her research interests are focused in several key areas:

Chronic total occlusions:

Improved clinical assessment of patients with a chronic total coronary occlusion and also evaluation of the development and function of collaterals

Anti-platelet therapy:

In conjunction with Prof Naseem in Biomedical Sciences, she has also started work to evaluate anti-platelet therapy used in clinical practice. This work evaluates platelet function and anti-platelet efficacy in patients with coronary disease who are undergoing coronary stent implantation.

Coronary disease in Women:

Female patients with coronary artery disease tend to have poorer outcomes than their male counterparts, and are often under-represented in clinical trials. Dr Hoye is undertaking clinical research to try to understand some of the mechanisms to explain this apparent disparity.

Lead investigator

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Started

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Project

FRAIL-HEART: Assessment of Frailty in Elderly People with Ischemic Heart Disease being considered for Revascularisation: An Observational study

Funder

Hull & East Riding Cardiac Trust Fund

Grant

£10,201.00

Started

1 April 2017

Status

Complete

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ISCHEMIA: Internation Study of Comparative Health Effectiveness with Medical and Invasive Approaches

Funder

NYU School of Medicine

Grant

£55,352.00

Started

15 April 2013

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Complete

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Cardiogoniometry Studies

Funder

Hull & East Riding Cardiac Trust Fund

Grant

£27,410.00

Started

1 April 2016

Status

Complete

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