Cameron Dockerill

Pathway 0+3.5

Cohort 2020

Pathway Journey

My PhD project focusses on cardiac pressure estimation using advanced ultrasound imaging technologies. The aim is to equip the cardiologist with non-invasive and accurate measurements of cardiac pressure to aid disease diagnosis and risk stratification.


I completed my BSc in Physiology at King’s College London, before moving on to a Research Assistant role at the University of Oxford. In Oxford, I was able to apply my knowledge of physiology in a clinical research setting, while also developing my interest and skills in the field of medical imaging.


Dockerill C, Gill H, Fernandes J.F. et al. Blood speckle imaging compared with conventional Doppler ultrasound for transvalvular pressure drop estimation in an aortic flow phantom. Cardiovasc Ultrasound. 2022; 20(18).

W Williamson, AJ Lewandowski, OJ Huckstep. et al. Effect of moderate to high intensity aerobic exercise on blood pressure in young adults: The TEPHRA open, two-arm, parallel superiority randomized clinical trial. eClinicalMedicine. 2022; 48, 101445, ISSN 2589-5370.

Upton R, Mumith A, Beqiri A. et al. Automated Echocardiographic Detection of Severe Coronary Artery Disease Using Artificial Intelligence. J Am Coll Cardiol Img. 2022; May, 15(5): 715-727.

Woodward W, Dockerill C, McCourt A. et al. Real-World Performance and Accuracy of Stress Echocardiography: The EVAREST Observational Multi-Centre Study. Eur Heart J Cardiovasc Imaging. 2022; 23(5): 689-698.

Dockerill C, Faraci A, Christensen-Jeffries A. et al. SonoVue Microbubbles as Ultrasound Pressure Sensors in a Dynamic Flow Phantom. 2021 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), 2021, pp. 1-4.

Dockerill C, Woodward W, McCourt A. et al. Impact of COVID-19 on UK stress echocardiography practice: insights from the EVAREST sites. Echo Res Pract. 2021; 8: 1-8.

Dockerill C, Lapidaire W, Lewandowski A.J and Leeson P. Cardiac remodelling and exercise: What happens with ultra-endurance exercise? Eur. J. Prev. Cardiol. 2020; 27(14): 1464-1466.

Formenti F, Dockerill C, Kankanange L, Zhang L, Takaishi T and Ishida K. The Effect of Pedalling Cadence on Skeletal Muscle Oxygenation During Cycling at Moderate Exercise Intensity. Int. J. Sports Med. 2019; 40(05): 305-311.


King’s DTP Symposium Image Competition Runner Up – 2022
Prize winner at the IUS2021 Student Pitch Awards, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) – 2021
The Radcliffe Department of Medicine Award for Excellence, University of Oxford – 2020
Top Investigator for the 31st Annual ASE Scientific Sessions, American Society of Echocardiography – 2020
McDowell Prize, Department of Physiology, King’s College London – 2018
Rob Clarke Award, The Physiological Society – 2018
King’s Research Award, King’s College London – 2018


Presenting Author: Heart Valve Society Conference 2022, IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium 2021, American Society of Echocardiography 2020, European Society of Cardiology Congress 2020, Physiology 2019, Europhysiology 2018.

Contributing Author: American Society of Echocardiography 2020, European Society of Cardiology Congress 2020, EuroEcho 2019 – Late Breaking Science Session, American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2019.

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Twitter: @PhDockerill