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We aim to use big data and health informatics approaches to improve health at local, national and international levels, further details of our projects can be found below.

Blood pressure and incidence of twelve cardiovascular diseases
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Blood tests for the early identification of Alzheimer’s disease
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Breaking records: Using health records to explore antibiotic prescribing practice
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CALIBER -  Clinical disease research using LInked Bespoke studies and Electronic health Records
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Cognitive workload of health technologies
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Development of a high throughput gene, environment and epigenetics database and analysis system for international ALS research
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Heterogeneity of cognitive decline in dementia: taking into account variable time-zero severity
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Infection Response through Virus genomics (ICONIC)
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International comparisons of 'big' health record data: application to cardiovascular diseases
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Investigating adverse effects of psychiatric drugs through data-mining of electronic health records
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KConnect
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Laboratory-confirmed respiratory infections as vascular triggers
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Large scale omics data integration for biomarker discovery, drug repositioning and screening for new therapeutic targets for Alzheimer's disease
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Lipids and cardiovascular diseases in CALIBER
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"Nothing about us, without us." Involvement of Experts by Experience in Homeless and Inclusion Health Research
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Prognosis Research Partnership
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Quality of care in type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular outcomes
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Reactivation of varicella zoster virus and vascular outcomes
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Real-time detection of influenza outbreaks in hospitals: demonstrating infection response through virus genomics (ICONIC)
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The prescription-persistence cascade in cardiovascular disease-an opportunity for big data research
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Tuberculosis in migrants
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Video Observed Therapy for TB – The world’s first randomised controlled trial of smartphone enabled  “Video Observed Therapy” to support patients to complete tuberculosis treatment
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