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Dr Beverly Tsai-Goodman, Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist

Specialist Details
Full name

Dr Beverly Tsai-Goodman


BM MD FRCP (UK) PG Cert Med Ed


Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist



Site specialisation
Site specialisation 2
Clinical interests

Paediatric cardiology, heart murmurs, congenital heart disease, Barth syndrome, fatal cardiology

Background Information

Dr. Tsai-Goodman is a consultant paediatric and fetal cardiologist at the Royal Brompton Hospital. She is interested in diagnosing abnormalities of the fetal heart as well as managing newborn infants and children with congenital heart defects. Dr. Tsai-Goodman?s training occurred in Bristol and at Boston Children?s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. She was awarded the Doctorate of Medicine by the University of Bristol and has widely published her research in peer-review journals. Currently, she undertakes a Master?s degree in Genomics Medicine at Imperial College. Dr. Tsai-Goodman is a keen educator and convenes the ?Echocardiography for Neonatologist? course on a yearly basis which draws delegates from all over the world.

Languages spoken

English, German, Mandarin Chinese

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Additional Career Information
Year qualified



British Congenital Cardiac Associate, Royal 
College of Physicians (RCP), American Society of Echocardiography

NHS hospitals

Royal Brompton

Research interests

Fetal MRI, Barth Syndrome

Key published papers

1. Towards a safety net for management of 22q11.2 deletion syndrome: Guidelines for our timesA Habel, R Herriot, D Kumarantne, J Allgrove, K Baker, H Baxendale, F Bu?lock, H Firth, A Gennery, A Holland, C Hollingworth, N Mercer, M Pannebakker, A Parry, A Roberts, B Tsai-GoodmanEur J Pediatr 2014; 173 (6):757-65 
2. Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of cardiomyopathy in Barth Syndrome: the UK experienceSK Kang, J Forsey, D Dudley, C Steward, B Tsai-GoodmanPediatr Cardiol 2015; 37 (5) 
3. Fetal Blood Flow Measured using Phase contrast MRI-Preliminary data comparing 1.5T with 3.0TB Tsai-Goodman, MY Zhu, M Al-Rujaib, M Seed, C MacgowanJ Cardiovasc Magn Reson 2015; 17:30 
4. Assessment of pulmonary artery pulse wave velocity in children: a MRI pilot studyC Poon, C Bolton, J Evans, AD Harris, B Tsai-Goodman, RG Wise, J Cockcroft, S KotechaMagnetic Cardiac Imaging 2013,31(10):1690-4 
5. Clinical role and technical aspects of cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging in infancyB Tsai-Goodman, T Geva, K Odegard, L Sena, A J PowellAm J Cardiol 2004;94(1):69-74 


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