UCL Clinical Epidemiology Group
Lead: Professor Harry Hemingway (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor Hemingway's research focuses on cardiovascular disease in populations. Broadly, the aim is to generate new research evidence at multiple stages in translational pathways for improving our understanding of why cardiovascular diseases occur, and then progress, in ways which can have an impact on clinical practice, healthcare and public health policy. A key element of the approach of his work is to exploit new opportunities for large scale research arising from linking electronic health records, including research on cardiovascular disease in populations.
- Novel clinical cohorts
- Exploitation of linked electronic health records
- Methods development.
This research is undertaken via collaborative studies and partnerships:
- Clinical Cohorts in Coronary disease Collaboration (4C)
- PROGnosis RESearch Strategy initiative (PROGRESS)
- Cardiovascular disease research using Linked Bespoke studies and Electronic Records (CALIBER)
- Centre for Health service and Academic Partnership in Translational E-Health Research (CHAPTER)
More information about these studies can be found in the Research section of this website.