Dr Raha Pazoki is Honorary Lecturer at the Imperial College London and Lecturer in Biomedcial sciences at Brunel Univrsity London. She is Principal Investigator and MRC Rutherford Fellow. Her research is focused on large-scale identification of clinical and genetic determinants for complex diseases with a special focus on cardiovascular diseases such as myocardial infarction, stroke, heart failure, sudden cardiac death and hypertension.
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