Raha Pazok MD PhD FHEA is a medical doctor and an epidemiologist. She studied Epidemiology at Netherlands Institute for Health Sciences (NIHES) and in the University of Amsterdam. She worked with various cohort and case control studies such as the Arrhythmia Genetics in the Netherlands (AGNES), the Rotterdam Study, the Airwave Health Monitoring Study and the UK Bio bank. In 2016, she joined the Department of Epidemiology and Bio-statistics at Imperial College London as a Research Associate. In 2020 she moved to Brunel University London as Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences while maintaining Honorary Lecturer status at Imperial College, London.
Dr Pazoki works in the area of cardiovascular and metabolic disorders and health data research. Her research is focused on the large-scale identification of clinical and genetic determinants of cardiovascular and metabolic disorders.
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