Here's Nick West — M.D., chief medical officer, divisional vice president of global medical affairs for our vascular business who comes by way of Cambridge, Oxford, Duke and Auckland — a man steeped in experience with optical coherence tomography (OCT) for the placement of coronary stents in the treatment of obstructions in the arteries feeding the heart. And here's Nick West — craft beer connoisseur, long-suffering fan of English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur who also enjoys a hot cup of Joe — a man whose partner says he's got an unhealthy obsession with vinyl records (and, he allows, 'She's probably right.') that number in the thousands, though they don't all fit in his prized 1963 Wurlitzer Lyric E jukebox. If this charming, affable polymath ever went to war with himself, it might be waged by these two distinct sides inside his brain: The brilliant, technocrat doc not intimidated by medical equipment that looks like the 'cockpit of a jumbo jet: menus everywhere,' as he describes it, vs. Analog Man kicking back with a cold one while enjoying the full sonic range of a vinyl record pouring warmly through every crevice of his consciousness. Thankfully for anyone needing a coronary intervention and doctors everywhere, Nick West gets along swimmingly with Nick West.