BM BCh, DM
Clinical Research Fellow
- Stroke Prevention Research Unit
My research focuses on the epidemiology of stroke and myocardial infarction.
I work on the Oxford Vascular Study, which started in 2002 and is ongoing. The study aims to improve understanding of acute vascular events (stroke, TIA, myocardial infarction and acute aortic and peripheral vascular events) by collecting detailed information about all events which happen in our study population of around 90,000 Oxfordshire residents. The results show us who has these vascular events and what happens to them afterwards, and how that is changing over time.
Prevalence of patent foramen ovale in cryptogenic transient ischaemic attack and non-disabling stroke at older ages: a population-based study, systematic review, and meta-analysis
Mazzucco S. et al, (2018), The Lancet Neurology, 17, 609 - 617
Feasibility study of the long term impact of acute illness, hospitalisation and delirium on cognitive outcomes after TIA and stroke
Pendlebury ST. et al, (2014), CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES, 37, 360 - 360
Autoimmune disease as a risk factor for stroke: population-based case-control study
Binney LE. et al, (2013), CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES, 35, 54 - 54
Population-based case-control study of premorbid symptoms of obstructive sleep apnoea in pathological and aetiological subtypes of TIA and stroke
Binney LE. et al, (2013), CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES, 35, 131 - 131
Effect of urgent treatment of transient ischaemic attack and minor stroke on early recurrent stroke (EXPRESS study): a prospective population-based sequential comparison
Rothwell PM. et al, (2007), Lancet, 370, 1432 - 1442