About Dr Faris
I qualified from University College London in 2001 and completed my specialist training at St Thomas's Hospital in clinical radiology, followed by a two year interventional radiology fellowship.
This was followed by a honorary fellowship in musculoskeletal intervention at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.
I am currently the head of Interventional Radiology at East Sussex NHS Trust as well as the Deputy Chief of Division of Diagnostics, Anaesthetics and Surgery.
I am also the principal investigator for the Trust on a research trial (RECOR) using renal denervation to treat persistent hypertension.
Away from work I enjoy cross-fit and spending as much time with my young family as I can.