The interventional cardiology community is mourning the loss of Prof Anthony “Tony” Gershlick, MBBS, who died November 20 of COVID-19 He was 69.
Gershlick was a “gifted, devoted and much loved coworker,” checks out a statement provided by the University of Leicester, where he was connected for more than three decades.
Gershlick, an expert cardiologist at Glenfield Hospital and teacher of interventional cardiology, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK, died in the extensive care unit of the hospital where he worked.
Prof Nishan Canagarajah, president and vice-chancellor, University of Leicester, said Gershlick “left an indelible mark on the life of the University. He will be remembered with terrific love by all and will be sorely missed.”
In 2017, Gershlick was honored with the inaugural British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS) Lifetime Achievement Career Award for his “impressive contribution to the specialty of coronary intervention.”