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- Research Fellow
- Cardiometabolic Phenotyping Group
- Institute of Cardiovascular Science
- Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
For the last thirteen years, I have worked in clinical epidemiology at Imperial College and now at UCL. I supervised the 20 year follow-up of the SABRE tri-ethnic cohort study and many aspects of analysis of the baseline and follow-up data. I am closely involved with the current 25 year follow-up study of this unique cohort.
My main areas of interest centre on the epidemiology of ethnic differences in cardiovascular and metabolic disorders and the mechanisms underlying these differences. I am particularly interested in the effects of diabetes and insulin resistance on cardiovascular disease risk in ethnic minority groups and in identifying how and why these disorders appear to have a more harmful effect in people of South Asian or African Caribbean origin than in comparable Europeans.
I have most recently taught epidemiology on the Cardiovascular Science BSc at Imperial College London.
|01-OCT-2013||Clinical epidemiologist||Institute of Cardiovascular Science||University College London, United Kingdom|
|01-AUG-2003 – 30-SEP-2013||Clinical epidemiologist||National Heart and Lung Institute||Imperial College London, United Kingdom|
|2004||MSc||Master of Science – Epidemiology||London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine|
|1977||BMBS||Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery – Medicine||Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine|