Dr. De attended Dalhousie University in Halifax for undergraduate studies and went on to obtain his MD from Dalhousie in 2000. He completed his Internal Medicine (2003) and Cardiology (2006) residencies at Dalhousie, followed by a Fellowship in Echocardiography (level 3) at Vancouver General Hospital, University of British Columbia (2007). Dr. De then studied as a Clinical Scholar at the Cleveland Clinic, further training in Echocardiography and Heart Failure (2009).
Previously, Dr. De was an Assistant Professor at Dalhousie University and a community-based cardiologist in Nova Scotia. He joined the Division of Cardiology at London Health Sciences Centre in September 2016 and is currently an Associate Professor of Medicine. His current professional activities include: Panelist, Canadian Heart Failure Guidelines; Board Member, Canadian Society of Echocardiography; and Member, Education Committee, American Society of Echocardiography. Current clinical interests include echocardiography, heart failure and transplantation.
Dr. De is the recipient of the 2016-2017 Award of Excellence in Postgraduate Medical Education - Division of Cardiology and the 2018 Department of Medicine Junior Teaching Award of Excellence.
Dr. De currently serves as the Director of Echocardiography for the London Health Sciences Centre. He is also the Fellowship Director for Adult Echocardiography and the Educational Director for the Division of Cardiology.