Dr Janice Till is a consultant electrophysiologist at Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals, who treats NHS and private patients. She is also divisional director of children's cardiac services, and co-director of paediatrics.
Dr Till trained at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London before going into paediatrics. She then trained in general paediatrics at Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children, Hackney. After this, she went to neonates at St George's Hospital, London.
She then came to Royal Brompton Hospital to train in paediatric cardiology.
Since 1996, Dr Till has been a consultant in paediatric electrophysiology.
Dr Jan Till's areas of expertise include:
- childhood arrhythmia
- inherited cardiac conditions
- congenital heart disease
- catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia.
Dr Jan Till runs a clinical service for families with channelopathies.
Her interest in adult congenital arrhythmia led her to start an inherited cardiac conditions (ICC) programme at Royal Brompton Hospital in 2005. This programme means that all family members can be seen under one roof, as all aspects of ICCs are covered.
She leads the paediatric electrophysiology and inherited cardiac conditions service, and is deputy director of paediatrics.
Dr Jan Till has conducted research concerned with her areas of expertise.
Dr Jan Till has completed an MD thesis on the subject of new management strategies in the treatment of arrhythmias in childhood.
Her recent publications have focused on the use of subcutaneous defibrillators and catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia.
Dr Jan Till takes an active part in lecturing on inherited cardiac conditions and paediatric electrophysiology.
She has spoken at many specialist conferences across the world. She presented at the International Scientific Conference in Dubrovnik on 'The role of defibrillators in channelopathies'.