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The Oxford BHF CRE annual research symposium creates an opportunity for cardiovascular researchers from across the basic, clinical and population sciences to meet and share ideas and opportunities for research and collaborations.

On 3rd November 2020 we are holding a "virtual" half day event of short talks to showcase research currently taking place across the four research themes of the Oxford CRE. 

Symposium Programme

Presenters (alphabetic order)

Associate Professor Mark Crabtree, BHF Intermediate Research Fellow, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, RDM
New Metabolic Targets in Cardiovascular Disease

Professor Jonathan Emberson, Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology, MRC Population Health Research Unit, NDPH
A blood-based prospective study of 150,000 Mexican adults followed for more than 15 years

Dr Andrew Harper, Clinical Research Fellow in cardiovascular genetics, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, RDM
Common variant contributions towards hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

Associate Professor Jemma Hopewell, BHF Intermediate Fellow in genetic epidemiology & clinical trials, NDPH.
Predicting response to cardiovascular therapies – promises and pitfalls

Sonali Munshaw, 3rd Year DPhil student co supervised by Dr Nicola Smart and Prof. Paul Riley, DPAG
Thymosin B4 protects against aortic aneurysm via endocytic regulation of growth factor signalling.

Dr Betty Raman, BHF CRE Intermediate Clinical Transition Research Fellow, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, RDM
Medium term effects of COVID-19 on multi-organ health, exercise tolerance, mental health and quality of life post hospital discharge. 

Dr Jillian Simon, Post-doctoral researcher in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, RDM
Oxidized PKARIα protects against ischemia-reperfusion injury by inhibiting lysosomal-triggered calcium release

Dr Filipa Simoes, Post-doctoral researcher, DPAG & RDM.
Macrophages directly contribute collagen to scar formation during heart regeneration

Dr Jenny Wang, Post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Computer Science, MPLS Division.
Computer simulations of human heart electromechanical function in post-myocardial infarction using cardiac MR-based models. 

Professor Manuela Zaccolo, Professor of Cell Biology, DPAG
Compartmentalised cAMP signalling : mapping subcellular nanodomains for precision therapy

On April 22nd 2021 we will hold a full day Oxford BHF CRE research symposium, and will announce an abstract submission deadline soon.