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Ana PaulaAbdala SheikhDr
https://research-information.bristol.ac.uk/en/persons/ana-paula-abdala-sheikh(84c5e9e5-d44a-45c3-b576-931b0b44d4c2).html
University of Bristol
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6566-9205
Bristol
United Kingdom
Senior Lecturer and Research Fellow
Respiratory
breathing, apnoea, rhythmogenesis, OSA, respiratory depression, chronic intermittent hypoxia, Rett syndrome, hypertension, carotid body
Neural respiratory control, Central and obstructive sleep apnoeas, Blood pressure, Sympathetic activity, Sympatho-respiratory coupling, Rett syndrome, chronic intermittent hypoxia, hypertension, carotid body.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ana-paula-abdala-sheikh-ph-d-94b48498
8/5/2018136
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BinaAhmedDr
http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/findaprovider.html#/provider/2057
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Centre
Lebanon, New Hampshire
United States of America
Assistant Professor, MD
Cardiology
blood vessels, clinical trials, endothelial, heart, inflammation, pulmonary hypertension
12/3/201820
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MirvatAlasnagDr
https://sa.linkedin.com/in/mirvat-alasnag-93677830
King Fahd Armed Forces Hospital
JeddahSaudi Arabia
Cathlab Director
Cardiologyblood vessels, heart, imaging
Impella 2.5 in high risk PCI
@mirvatalasnag
15/4/201883
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AdrianaAlmeidaDr
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Adriana_Almeida12
INPE (Internacional Institute of Spacial Research)
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3226-8231
São José dos Campos
BrazilPhDRespiratorytobacco use cessation
I work with dental graduation students teaching and training them to be confortable and able to intensive approach for smoking cessation. This is an important initiative providing the improvement of the knowledge about how tobacco use must be evaluated for multi health professionals since it is related with many burden diseases such oral cancer. I also provide tobacco cessation for cancer patients using motivational interviewing to help them to quit smoking and achieve best outcomes results on their oncologic treatment.
ad_av_al29/3/201845
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RobertsAngharadDr
https://cvgenetics.org/people/
Imperial College London
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5145-3729
London
United Kingdom
Clinical Research Fellow
Cardiologygenetics, heart, genomics, titin
Cardiovascular genetics and genomics, clinical genetics, application of genomic approaches to identify genetic determinants of cardiovascular disease in humans
9/3/201814
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RanaAwdishDr
http://www.ranaawdishmd.com/
Henry Ford Health System
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7362-7563
Detroit, Michigan
United States of America
Director, Pulmonary Hypertension Program and Medical Director of Care Experience
Respiratorypulmonary hypertension, right heart failure
Pulmonary hypertension in transplant, care experience of patients, exercise in pulmonary hypertension, end of life
International bestselling author. Book link: https://www.amazon.com/Shock-Journey-Death-Recovery-Redemptive/dp/1250119219
16/4/201898
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ClaireBaldwinDr
http://www.flinders.edu.au/people/claire.baldwin
Flinders University
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5022-8498
Bedford ParkAustralia
Lecturer in Physiotherapy
Critical Care
rehabilitation, pyhsical activity, mechanical ventilation, sepsis, diaphragm and respiratory muscle, skeletal muscle, physical function, outcome measurement
Claire is 'h elping the most at-risk people in hospital get moving.' She is a registered physiotherapist (with AHPRA) who obtained her undergraduate degree from th e University of South Australia, and PhD from Flinders University. Claire i s a researcher-teacher-clinician, with expertise in physiotherapy and the p hysical recovery of people with acute medical or surgical conditions. Her c linical and research work has specifically focused on those recovering from a critical illness that required mechanical ventilation, other cardiorespi ratory conditions and older medical patients. She has experience in range o f methods to measure respiratory and peripheral muscle performance, body co mposition, exercise capacity, mobility and physical activity. Specific rese arch interests include: - Respiratory and peripheral skeletal muscle dysfun ction in acute (critical) illness - Mechanical ventilation, respiratory mu scles and critical care - Outcome measurement (skeletal muscle, physical f unction, respiratory, physical activity and sedentary behaviours, long term ) - Body composition analysis (ultrasound, bioimpedance) - Physiotherapy management of acute medical and surgical conditions - Care of the older an d frail patient
@ClaireBaldwinPT
13/8/2018163
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AmyBarradellDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-barradell-80201b53/
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3688-8879
Leicester
United Kingdom
Research Associate
Respiratory
COPD, lung, rehabilitation, anxiety, depression, pulmonary rehabilitation
Self-management for patients with COPD and comorbid anxiety and/or depression
@AmyBarradell5/11/2018172
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KylieBelchamberDr
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/k.belchamber
Imperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
Research Associate
RespiratoryCOPD, inflammation, immunology, lungMacrophage
@kyliebelchamber, @teammacrophage
teammacrophage
8/3/20184
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AnnaBiermannDr
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Anna_Biermann
Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Royal Brompton and Harefield Foundation Trust
Harefield
United Kingdom
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Cardiology
endothelial, heart, inflammation, immunology, pulmonary hypertension, heart valve replacement, cryopreservation, ice-free cryopreservation
Investigation of a ice-free cryopreservation methods for cardiovascular tissue; tissue-enginnering of heart valves
27/4/2018125
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YvieBinghamMrsImperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
Research Nurse (Children's Respiratory)
Respiratory
allergy, asthma, clinical trials, inflammation, lung, paediatrics, preschool wheeze
Asthma, preschool wheeze, allergy, lung function
30/4/2018128
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BernieBissettDr
https://researchprofiles.canberra.edu.au/en/persons/bernie-bissett
University Canberra
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3248-384X
CanberraAustralia
Clinical Assistant Professor
Respiratory
clinical trials, lung, rehabilitation, inspiratory muscle training
23/7/2018155
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DebbyBogaertProfessor
https://www.ed.ac.uk/inflammation-research/people/principal-investigators/professor-debby-bogaert
University of Edinburgh
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2651-7000
EdinburghScotland
Professor of Paediatric Infectious Diseases
Respiratory
big data, epidemiology, environment, immunology, lung, microbiome, paediatrics
My research group has a major focus on investigating the physiology and pathophysiology of respiratory infections and inflammation from an ecological perspective, with the ultimate goal to design new or improved treatment and preventive measures for respiratory infections in susceptible populations.
20/5/2018137
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CharlotteBoltonDr
https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/medicine/people/charlotte.bolton
University of Nottingham
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9578-2249
Nottingham
United Kingdom
Clinical Associate Professor in Respiratory Medicine
Respiratory
blood vessels, COPD, clinical trials, hear, imaging, lung, comorbidities, extrapulmonary rehabilitation, musculoskeletal, exercise
Comorbidities, pulmonary rehabilitation
@bolton_char8/3/201810
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RachelBondDr
http://linkedin.com/in/rachel-bond-md-facc-6b7b468
Lenox Hill Hospital, Northwell Health
New York City
United States of America
MD; Associate Director, Womens Heart Health
Cardiologyclinical trials, heart, inflammation, imaging
Women's heart health, autoimmune disease, prevention
@DrRachelMBond
16/4/201893
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BillieBonevskiProfessor
http://www.newcastle.edu.au/profile/billie-bonevski
University of Newcastle
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8505-622X
NewcastleAustralia
Research Fellow and Professor
CardiologyTobacco smoking, CVD prevention
I develop and evaluate health behaviour change and lifestyle interventions for prevention of disease. Particular interest in smoking cessation interventions for high risk groups. I conduct community based clinical trials
@billie_bonevski
8/4/201876
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SaraBonviniDr
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/sara.bonvini10
Imperial College London
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5292-8316
London
United Kingdom
Research Associate
Respiratory
asthma, COPD, environment, lung, cough, airway sensory nerves, ion channels
My research involves investigating the mechanism behind enhanced sensory nerve reflex responses such as cough and bronchoconstriction. My current research involves investigating the role of TRP channels, in particular TRPV4 and TRPM3, in the activation of airway sensory nerves and cough. I am also investigating the role of ATP on sensory nerves and reflex responses, as ATP levels are elevated in the airways in a number of respiratory conditions.
17/07/2018143
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Maria-CarolinaBorgesDr
http://www.bristol.ac.uk/social-community-medicine/people/carolina-c-borges/
University of Bristol
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7785-4547
Bristol
United Kingdom
Senior Research Associate (MRC Fellow)
Cardiologyblood vessels, genetics, heart, nutrition, lipids, obesity
I am particularly interested in using innovative methods (e.g. Mendelian randomization) to improve the evidence basis on the role of Nutrition and metabolism in cardiovascular health that can be used to inform research, clinical practice and make appropriate public health policy.
27/4/2018126
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EmmaBorrelliDr
https://www.topdoctors.it/dottor/emma-borrelli
University of SienaSienaItaly
Consultant, MD PhD
Respiratory
COPD, clinical trials, inflammation, immunology, rehabilitation, ozone therapy, integrative medicine
integrative medicine COPD, sleep medicine
29/3/201839
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JaneBourkeDr
http://www.med.monash.edu.au/pharmacology/staff/jane-bourke.html
Biomedicine Discovery Institute, Monash University
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7314-9234
ClaytonAustralia
Senior Lecturer, Head of Respiratory Pharmacology Laboratory
Respiratory
asthma, lung, airway smooth muscle, precision cut lung slice, pharmacology, bronchodilator
Application of precision cut lung slice technique to animal models of lung diseases (asthma, COPD, viral and bacterial infection, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, pulmonary hypertension) and human lung tissues to study disease mechanisms and to identify novel therapies (bronchodilators, antifibrotics, antiinflammatories)
@jane_bourke64
8/4/201874
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VenellaBoyallaDr
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust
London
United Kingdom
Research Fellow
Cardiologyclinical trials, heart, imaging
Heart failure, atrial fibrillation, stroke
8/3/20183
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CeliaBradfordDr
https://au.linkedin.com/in/celia-bradford-26b52b42
Royal North Shore HospitalSydneyAustralia
Intesive Care Specialist Doctor
Critical Careclinical trials, neurocritical care, dialysis
clinical trials, neurocritical care, dialysis
22/7/2018151
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AnkitaBrahmeDr
https://in.linkedin.com/in/ankita-naik-brahme-59587263
Chest Research FoundationPuneIndia
Research Assistant
Respiratory
asthma, COPD, inflammation, immunology, lung, macrophage, pulmonary hypertension, metabolism, mitochondria
Molecular biology, cellular metabolism, mitochondria, smoking and non-smoking COPD
30/3/201855
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Sherry-AnnBrownDr
http://www.drbrowncares.com/
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, Minnesota
United States of America
Fellow in Cardiovascular Diseases; Instructor in Medicine
Cardiology
cancer, clinical trials, genetics, heart, prevention, risk, precision medicine
Prevention, cardio-oncology
@drbrowncares18/4/2018107
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JacindaBunchDr
http://linkedin.com/in/jacinda-bunch-32944b41
University of IowaIowa City
United States of America
Associate Faculty, Registered Nurse, Patient Safety Research
Critical Care
big data, environment, safety, teamwork, communication, rapid response systems, nursing
Patient safety, Team communication and dynamics, Health systems as high reliability organizations, Safety culture in acute hospital settings, simulation
@JacindaBunch
https://nursing.uiowa.edu/faculty-staff/faculty-directory/jbunch
22/7/2018154
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PatCampDr
https://prrl.rehab.med.ubc.ca/our-people/
University of British ColumbiaVancouverCanada
Associate Professor
Respiratory
COPD, epidemiology, rehabilitation, Indigenous, Physical activity, exercise
1. Indigenous Lung Health - epidemiology, management, Rehabilitation, telehealth. 2. Acute exacerbation of COPD - mobility, Rehabilitation, process mapping. 3. Quality indicators for pulmonary rehabilitation
@UBCPulmRehabRes
10/7/2018141
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PatCampDr
http://www.prrl.rehab.med.ubc.ca/
University of British ColumbiaVancouverCanada
Associate Professor
Respiratory
COPD, epidemiology, environment, rehabilitation, physcial activity, physiotherapy, indigenous health, health services delivery
pulmonary rehabilitation, physical activity, health services delivery, acute exacerbations of COPD, Indigenous lung health, telehealth
@UBCPulmRehabRes
28/7/2018168
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LindsayCaverlyDr
https://mcommunity.umich.edu/#profile:CAVERLYL
University of MichiganAnn Arbor, MI
United States of America
Assistant Professor, Pediatric Pulmonology
Respiratorycystic fibrosis, lung, micrbiome, mycobacteria
Pediatric pulmonology, lung microbiome, cystic fibrosis, nontuberculous mycobacteria
15/7/2018142
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SarahClarkeDr
http://www.drsarahclarke.com/
University of CambridgeCambridge
United Kingdom
Consultant Cardiologist, President British Cardiovascular Society
Cardiologyheart@bcspresident18/4/2018110
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RachaelCliffordDr
https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/medicine/people/r.clifford
University of NottinghamNottingham
United Kingdom
Senior Research Fellow
Respiratory
asthma, COPD, lung, epigenetics, DNA methylation, histone modifications, airway smooth muscle, epithelial
12/3/201819
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SuzanneCloonanDr
http://vivo.med.cornell.edu/display/cwid-szc2009
Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5301-9926
New York City
United States of America
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine
Respiratory
COPD, environment, genetics, inflammation, immunology, lung, macrophage, microbiome, mitochondria, metabolism, iron, autophagy
The role of iron metabolism and mitochondrial biology in health and diseased lung
https://www.linkedin.com/in/suzannecloonan/
9/4/201873
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VeryanCoddDr
https://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/cardiovascular-sciences/people/codd-v
University of LeicesterLeicester
United Kingdom
Lecturer in Cardiovascular Molecular Biology
Cardiology
endothelial, epidemiology, genetics, biological ageing, telomere length
investigating the biological mechanism by which telomere length influences cardiovascular risk, how modulating telomere length affects cellular physiology and response to pro-atherogenic stress and investigating the relationship between telomere length and other cardiovascular phenotypes and risk factors
19/07/2018145
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AnnalisaCogoDr
http://docente.unife.it/cga
University of Ferrara
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0629-5535
FerraraItaly
Associate Professor Execrcise Medicine
Respiratory
COPD, lung, rehabilitation, exercise training, high altitude
exercise training in COPD, exercise in respiratory diseases, high altitude
3/4/201868
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JordanaCohenDr
http://www.linkedin.com/in/jordy-cohen-md
University of Pennsylvania
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4649-079X
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
United States of America
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology
Cardiology
hypertension, vascular stiffness, blood pressure monitoring
Nephrologist and pharmacoepidemiologist. Clinical hypertension researcher performing epidemiologic research using causal inference methods as well as prospective studies evaluating measures of body composition and vascular phenotyping.
@jordy_bc16/4/201887
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AmandineCollin
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Amandine_Collin2
Université Catholique de Louvain
LouvainBrusselsPhD StudentRespiratorycystic fibrosis, inflammation, immunology, lung30/3/201870
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RitaCoramDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/rita-coram-51806456
University of Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky
United States of America
Associate Professor of Medicine, MD
Cardiologyblood vessels, heart, interventional cardiology
Coronary interventions, peripheral arterial interventions, structural heart disease interventions, gender differences in cardiovascular disease
18/4/2018104
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DeenaCostaDr
https://nursing.umich.edu/faculty-staff/faculty/deena-kelly-costa
University of Michigan School of Nursing
Ann Arbor.
United States of America
Assistant Professor
Critical Care
epidemiology, Mechanical ventilation; Heath services research; ICU teams; critical care nursing
Quality improvement, implementation science, alternative ICU delivery models, patient and family engagement in the ICU and clinician burnout. Improving care of mechanically ventilate adults by optimizing the ICU team
@DeenaKCosta21/07/2018149
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LouiseCullenProfessor
https://www.linkedin.com/in/louise-cullen-55533435/
Royal Brisbane and Womens Hospital
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6611-8229
BrisbaneAustralia
Emergency Physician
Cardiologyclinical trials, heart, troponin, chest pain, emergency
ACS assessment, troponin and cardiac biomarkers, clinical redesign
@louiseacullen13/3/201824
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MargaretCunninghamDr
https://pure.strath.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/margaret-rose-cunningham(a549beb6-badd-4784-a5b6-e5986d394fcc).html
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow, Scotland
United Kingdom
Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer
Vascular
blood vessels, cancer, endothelial, heart, inflammation, imaging, cardiotoxicity, GPCRs, Thrombin pathways, platelets, microglia
drug development, cell signalling, molecular mechanisms
@MagRoseCun16/4/201897
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Grainned'AnconaDr
https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/grainne-dancona(a5605335-b6cd-4600-83ff-0251c0cd719b).html
Kings College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
Consultant Pharmacist
Respiratory
asthma, COPD, lung, adherence, pharmacy, ILD, integrated respiratory care
@GrainnedAn9/4/201879
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SarahDansonProfessor
https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/sheffield-cancer-research/research/researchers/sd
Sheffield UniversitySheffield
United Kingdom
Professor of Medical Oncology
Respiratorycancer, clinical trials,13/4/201882
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FfionDaviesDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ffion-davies-b38a7123/
University of LeicesterLeicester
United Kingdom
Consultant in Emergency Medicine, and Honorary Senior Lecturer
Cardiologyclinical trials, emergency, acute
Emergency patient care, interventional clinical trials
@FfionDavies4
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ffion-davies-b38a7123/
19/07/2018144
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EnyaDaynes
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Enya_Daynes
Leicester Biomedical Research Centre (Respiratory), Glenfield Hospital
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0127-1649
Leicester
United Kingdom
Research Physiotherapist
RespiratoryCOPD, clinical trials, rehabilitation
Current research project surrounding inspiratory muscle training and secretion clearance techniques in patients with COPD. I am also working on validating the lung clearance index in COPD.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/enya-daynes-92519183/
13/4/201880
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SaraDe MatteisDr
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/s.de-matteis
Imperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
Academic Clinical Lecturer
Respiratory
allergy, asthma, cancer, COPD, environment, lung, occupation, public health, epidemiology
occupational and environmental respiratory diseases; epidemiology; exposure assessment; public health
16/4/201895
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LizzyDeeryDr
https://www.chester.ac.uk/departments/centre-for-exercise-and-nutrition-science/lizzy-deery
University of ChesterChester
United Kingdom
Lecturer in Exercise Physiology
Cardiology
blood vessels, endothelial, imaging, exercise, sedentary
Sedentary Behaviour and Cardio-metabolic & vascular health
@Lizzy_Deery6/8/2018162
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LennieDerdeDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lennie-derde-30b70211
University Medical Centre Utrecht
Utrecht
The Netherlands
ICU and Infectious disease Consultant
Critical Care
clinical trials, adaptive platform trials, pneumonia, infectious diseases, sepsis, pandemics
Lennie has worked as an ICU consultant in the UMC Utrecht since 2013, after completing her training in the same hospital. She obtained her PhD degree in 2013 with a doctoral thesis on controlling antibiotic resistance in the ICU. For her thesis, she conducted a European multi-center cluster-randomized trial in 13 ICUs. Her main research interests are clinical trials of infections in the ICU, outbreak research and pandemics, with an interest in new trial designs (platform trials). Since 2014, she has been involved in an international innovative trial studying the best treatment for Community Acquired Pneumonia in ICU patients (REMAP-CAP). The design of the study will allow interventional studies to be undertaken in critically ill patients during epidemics / pandemics.
@Lennie33323/7/2018157
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MagheeDisch
https://cvquality.acc.org/accreditation/about-us/staff-directory
American College of CardiologyWashington DC
United States of America
Heart Failure Service Line Specialist
Cardiologyheart, nursingheart failure
@hfnursemaghee
18/4/2018105
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Joanna
Domagala-Kulawik
Professor
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2260-3676
Medical University of Warsaw
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2260-3676
WarsawPolandProfessorRespiratorycancer, immunology
lung cancer immunology, bronchoalveolar lavage, pulmonary cytopathology
29/3/201841
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ClaraDomingo
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/nhli/research/centres-and-initiatives/national-centre-mesothelioma-research/our-people/
Imperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
PhD StudentRespiratorycancer, genetics, lung, epigenomicsgenomics8/3/20182
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LouiseDonnellyProfessor
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/l.donnelly
Imperial College London
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0753-5425
London
United Kingdom
Professor of Respiratory Cell Biology
Respiratory
COPD, inflammation, lung, macrophage, phagocyte, epithelial cells
Cell biology of asthma and COPD
@led57098/3/20187
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AmritaDosanjhDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/amrita-dosanjh-61a81013
University of California San Diego
San Diego, California
United States of America
M.D. Pediatric Respiratory
Respiratory
asthma, inflammation, immunology, lung, lung transplantation
inflammatory markers
29/3/201848
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IngridDumitriuDr
https://www.sgul.ac.uk/research-profiles-a-z/ingrid-dumitriu
St George's University LondonLondon
United Kingdom
Reader (Associate Professor) in Cardiovascular Immunology
Vascular
blood vessels, heart, inflammation, immunology, lymphocytes, atherosclerosis, acute coronary syndrome, myocardial infarction, angina
Interested in the role of immune cells in cardiovascular disorders associated with inflammation (e.g. atherosclerosis, atrial fibrillation, angina, abdominal aortic aneurysm, heart failure) and in other diseases in which inflammatory responses are involved (e.g. autoimmune disorders, chronic kidney disease, neurologic conditions).
29/4/2018127
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SarahDwyerDr
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/nhli/about-us/a-z-our-people/?pplist-action=people.html&instanceid=medicinenational-heart-and-lung-instituteabout-uspeople&keywords=dwyer
Imperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
Research Associate
Respiratory
asthma, cancer, genetics, single cell sequencing, transcriptomics
single cell gene expression of tumours, transcriptomics of asthma
16/3/201829
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FelicityEaston
https://twitter.com/felicityeaston
University of LeicesterLeicester
United Kingdom
PhD StudentRespiratory
allergy, asthma, big data, inflammation, imaging, automated data analysis, programming, bioinformatics
Currently investigating the role of TRP ion channels in their role in human airway smooth muscle contraction in Asthma
@felicityeaston2/11/2018170
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GeorginaEllison-HughesDr
https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/georgina.ellison.html
King's College London
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2733-3361
London
United Kingdom
Reader in Physiology
Cardiology
blood vessels, heart, inflammation, stem cells, regenerative medicine, cardiomyocytes
My research career highlights so far: • Paradigm shifting work to establish the adult heart as a self-renewing organ with regenerative capacity. • Activation and differentiation of endogenous stem/progenitor cells as a regenerative therapy for the damaged heart and skeletal muscle. Approaches include exercise training and the administration of growth factors or stem cells known to stimulate endogenous regenerative and repair processes. • From basic to translational science, implementing our understanding at the basic level to the pre-clinical level and the development of small and large models of muscle damage-regeneration.
@SuperGME24/4/2018119
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ConstanzaEmanueliProfessor
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/c.emanueli
Imperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
BHF Professor of Cardiovascular Science
Cardiology
blood vessels, clinical trials, heart, microbiome, surgery, regulatory RNA, regenerative medicine, ischemic disease, diabetes cardiovascular complications
blood vessels, clinical trials, heart, microbiome, surgery, regulatory RNA, regenerative medicine, ischemic disease, diabetes cardiovascular complications
12/3/201817
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RachaelEvansDr
https://www2.le.ac.uk/institution/ilh/members
University of Leicester
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1667-868X
Leicester
United Kingdom
Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Respiratory Physician
Respiratory
COPD, clinical trials, rehabilitation, Breathlessness, Dyspnoea, Pulmonary Rehabiliation, Exercise
1) Symptom based diagnostic pathways to lead to earlier diagnosis and treatment for sufferers of chronic breathlessness 2) Understanding prognosis of individuals presenting to primary care with chronic breathlessness for the first time 3) developing pulmonary rehabilitation for patients with severe asthma (recently completed NIHR RfPB grant) 4) Pulmonary Rehabilitation 5) Complex COPD - clinical service 6) setting up a combined cardiorespiratory diagnostic service for chronic breathlessness
@REvans_Breathe
25/5/2018139
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LarissaFabritzDr
https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/cardiovascular-sciences/Fabritz-Larissa.aspx
University of BirminghamBirmingham
United Kingdom
Reader in Cardiovascular Sciences
Cardiology
hear, translational research, heart failure, arrhythmia, cardiomyopathy
translational research into mechanism of heart failure and arrhythmias, cardiomyopathy, sudden cardiac death and atrial fibrillation
13/3/201826
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KatherineFarrDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ksfarr/
University of California San Francisco
San Francisco, California
United States of America
StatisticianRespiratoryclinical trials, lung, tuberculosis
Digital health, mhealth, tuberculosis, mdr
2/4/201864
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JohannaFearyDr
http://www.lungsatwork.org.uk/our-team/johanna-feary
Imperial College London
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-2903-6907
London
United Kingdom
Academic Consultant
Respiratoryasthma, environment, occupation28/3/201835
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SuzanneFeigofskyDrIowa Heart CentreCarroll, Iowa
United States of America
Clinical Cardiologist/Electrophysiologist
Cardiologyheart, syncope, IST, POTS, burnout, dysautonomia
@drsuzyfeigofsky
https://www.doximity.com/pub/suzanne-feigofsky-md
19/4/2018112
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JaneFergusonDr
https://www.vumc.org/ferguson-lab/
Vanderbilt University Medical Centre
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6896-1025
Nashville, TN
United States of America
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Cardiology
big data, environment, genetics, inflammation, microbiome, genomics, metabolomics, nutrigenomics
Genomics, metabolomics, biomarkers of cardiometabolic disease; role of the microbiome and diet in disease risk; obesity, inflammation, diabetes, 2-AAA
@janefferguson21/8/2018166
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KirstenFiestDr
https://wcm.ucalgary.ca/calgary-critical-care-research-network/node/43
University of CalgaryCalgaryCanada
Assistant Professor
Critical Careepidemiology21/07/2018150
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LydiaFinneyDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lydia-finney-a348b789/
Imperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
Clinical Research Fellow
RespiratoryCOPD, immunology, lung, macrophage, viruses
My current research is investigating susceptibility to rhinovirus infection. This includes clinical phenotyping of COPD exacerbations, macrophage function and virus-bacterial interactions
2/4/201863
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LouiseFlemingDr
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/l.fleming
Imperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
Clinical Senior Lecturer
Respiratoryasthma, children
Research interests include phenotyping asthma and preschool wheeze, biomarkers, identification of novel therapeutic targets and non-pharmacological management of asthma, particularly in relation to adherence and exercise induced breathlessness. Clinical interests include assessment and characterisation of children with asthma and pre-school wheeze and the transition of young people with asthma and other respiratory conditions.
26/3/201833
67
AlisonFox-RobichaudProfessor
https://www.linkedin.com/in/alison-fox-robichaud-463a08168/
McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9912-3606
HamiltonCanada
Professor of Medicine and Director of Medical Education
Critical Care
big data, clinical trials, endothelial, inflammation, immunology, microbiome, sepsis
sepsis from bench research on pathophysiology in obesity and gender differences. Also observational studies of biomarkers, rapid response systems and early warning scores, social determinants of critical illness, medical education in sepsis, interprofessional education, simulation
@drfoxrob
https://www.linkedin.com/in/alison-fox-robichaud-463a08168/
21/07/2018148
68
SheilaFrancisProfessor
https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/iicd/profiles/francis
University of Sheffield
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6552-0339
Sheffield
United Kingdom
Professor, Head of Department, Infection, Immunity and Cardiovascular Disease
Vascular
blood vessels, endothelial, inflammation, atherosclerosis
interleukin-1, experimental models, CANTOS
29/3/201837
69
Julia
Frankenberg Garcia
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/nhli/
Imperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
PhD StudentRespiratoryCOPD, genetics, heart, inflammation, lung8/3/20181
70
EvaGarrido-MartinDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/eva-m-garrido-martin-phd-b15b1b53/
Instituto Investigacion Hospital 12 Octubre - C.N.I.O
MadridSpain
Marie Curie Researcher
Respiratory
big data, cancer, endothelial, genetics, inflammation, immunology, lung, macrophage
21/8/2018165
71
HayleyGershengornDr
http://researchers.uhealthsystem.com/doctors/profile/151985
University of MiamiMiami, Florida
United States of America
Intensivist, Associate Professor
Critical Care
big data, epidemiology, health services research, invasive devices, staffing
ICU staffing — physician and non-physician
29/7/2018161
72
AmandaGoodwinDr
https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/medicine/about/respiratorymedicine/people/amanda.goodwin1
University of Nottingham
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1488-6549
Nottingham
United Kingdom
MRC Clinical Research Fellow
Respiratorylung, fibrosis
Basic science, interstitial lung disease
13/3/201828
73
HeatherGornikDr
https://my.clevelandclinic.org/staff/6671-heather-gornik
Cleveland ClinicCleveland, Ohio
United States of America
Director Vascular Laboratory
Cardiologyblood vessels, vascular laboratory
Fibromacular dysplasia, vascular diagnostics
@heatherlgornik
16/4/201884
74
MareeHackettProfessor
https://www.linkedin.com/in/maree-hackett-2558b312/
The George Institute for Global Health, UNSW
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1211-9087
Camperdown, Sydney
Australia
Program Head Mental Health
Vascular
clincal trials, rehabilitation, stroke, depression, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Maree leads a program of research focusing on developing simple, cost effective strategies (which can be integrated with other secondary prevention strategies) to identify, treat and prevent depression and significantly improve the outcome for people with cardiovascular disease. Maree has a particular interest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and also holds a National Health and Medical Research Foundation Career Development Fellowship (Level 2) on Improving the identification, management and outcome of people with depression and other chronic diseases. Maree works one day a week as a Professor of Epidemiology in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing at The University of Central Lancashire in the United Kingdom
and https://research.unsw.edu.au/people/associate-professor-maree-hackett and https://www.uclan.ac.uk/staff_profiles/maree_hackett.php
23/4/2018116
75
SianHardingProfessor
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/sian.harding
Imperial College London
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3651-6354
London
United Kingdom
Head of National Heart and Lung Institute
Cardiologyheart, gene therapy, cell therapy, stem cells
Regenerative medicine, beta blockers, Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, heart failure, broken heart syndrome
20/4/2018115
76
EmmaHartDr
http://www.bris.ac.uk/phys-pharm/people/emma-c-hart/index.html
University of Bristol
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4534-9586
Bristol
United Kingdom
Lecturer in Cardiovascular Physiology
Cardiology
blood vessels, clinical trials, heart, imaging, hypertension, heart failure
4/5/2018132
77
VictoriaHauntonDr
https://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/cardiovascular-sciences/people/haunton-v
University of Leicester
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6078-5469
Leicester
United Kingdom
Honorary Senior Lecturer Cardiovascular Sciences
Vascular
blood vessels, imaging, Parkinson's, dementia, ageing, geriatrics, transcranial Doppler, autoregulation, blood flow, blood pressure
Cerebral blood flow and autoregulation in neurodegenerative diseases, including idiopathic Parkinson’s disease, mild cognitive impairment and dementia syndromes. Transcranial Doppler ultrasound. Parkinson’s disease. Cerebrovascular disease. Post-operative cognitive decline.
@VictoriaHaunton
16/4/201894
78
SharonneHayesProfessor
http://www.linkedin.com/in/sharonnehayes
Mayo Clinic
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3129-362X
Rochester, Minnesota
United States of America
Professor, Cardiovascular Medicine; Founder, Women's Heart Clinic, Director, Diversity and Inclusion
Cardiology
blood vessels, heart, cardiovascular, SCAD, coronary dissection
sex and gender-based cardiology, cardiovascular conditions affecting primarily women, spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD), fibromuscular dysplasia, health equity, participation of women and minorities in medical research, and the utility and optimal role of social media in clinical practice, medical research and health education. Unconscious bias in healthcare. Women in medicine: equity, professional advancement, mentorship
@SharonneHayes
and https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?cmd=PureSearch&term=hayessnAuthor
19/4/2018111
79
LisaHeatherDr
https://www.dpag.ox.ac.uk/team/lisa-heather
University of OxfordOxford
United Kingdom
BHF FellowCardiologyheart, metabolism, type 2 diabetes
I work on understanding how and why type 2 diabetes affects the heart. My specific reserach area is metabolism: the use of substrates to make energy and other intermediates - and how this process is abnormal in diabetes. I am interested in translational reserach, to see if changing metabolism can improve the function of the heart in diabetes
24/4/2018117
80
EdithHesselDr
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/edith-hessel-29064a1
GlaxoSmithKline
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2339-4482
Stevenage
United Kingdom
VP and Head RRI DPU
Respiratory
allergy, asthma, COPD, clinical trials, genetics, inflammation, imaging, immunology, lung, microbiome, innate immunity
3/4/201869
81
HeatherHochDr
https://www.childrenscolorado.org/doctors-and-departments/physicians/h/heather-hoch/
University of Colorado
Denver, Colorado
United States of America
Assistant Professor
Respiratory
asthma, clinical trials, lung, medication adherance, big data, technology
I conduct health services research in pediatric pulmonology, particularly focused on pediatric asthma. I am interested in adherence to asthma medications in children. I would like to use technology to track medication adherence and use innovative means to promote behavior change in children and their parents to promote medication adherence. I would like to also work on means to predict and prevent asthma exacerbations using big data, especially EMR records. I would like to refine existing predictive indices to provide decision support on childrens' asthma exacerbations
29/3/201840
82
AnneHollandProfessor
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/she/staff/profile?uname=aholland
La Trobe University and Alfred Health
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-2061-845X
MelbourneAustralia
Professor of Physiotherapy
Respiratory
COPD, clinical trials, rehabiliation, interstitial lung disease
pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD and ILD, exercise training in chronic lung disease, symptom management and supportive care for chronic lung disease, oxygen therapy for chronic lung disease
3/4/201865
83
ChristineJenkinsProfessor
https://www.georgeinstitute.org.au/people/christine-jenkins
UNSW and University of Sydney
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2717-5647
SydneyAustralia
Professor, Respiratory Medicine, UNSW, Head Respiratory Trials, The George Institute for Global Health, Sydney
Respiratoryallergy, asthma, COPD, clinical trials, lung
assessing interventions, pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic for airways disease. Clinical translational reearch. Clinical trials
18/4/2018109
84
CarolineJolleyDr
https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/caroline.jolley.html
King's College London
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3538-2451
London
United Kingdom
Senior Lecturer in Human Physiology/Honorary Consultant in Respiratory Medicine
Respiratory
COPD, clinical trials, lung, rehabilitation, breathlessness, respiratory muscle
My principal research interest lies in advancing our understanding of the physiological mechanisms of breathlessness and respiratory failure in chronic respiratory disease. My research focusses on measurements of respiratory muscle function, in particular the use of respiratory muscle electromyography to quantify neural respiratory drive. I am also applying these techniques to understanding overdose risk in opioid addiction.
@cjolley19224/4/2018120
85
ChristinaJonesDr
https://www.bsms.ac.uk/about/contact-us/staff/dr-christina-jones.aspx
Brighton & Sussex Medical School
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3672-6631
Brighton
United Kingdom
Lecturer in Behavioural Medicine
Respiratory
allergy, asthma, psychology, behaviours, risk-taking, adherence
Chartered Member of the Bri tish Psychological Society. Her research interests are in developing psycho logical and behavioural interventions to improve outcomes for children and young people with asthma and allergy, and their parents. Her PhD focussed o n understanding what affects adherence behaviours in children and young peo ple at risk of anaphylaxis. Currently, Chrissie is investigating the use of app-based interventions targeted at parents to reduce school absences rela ted to asthma. She is also involved in two trials of personalised medicine in children and young people with asthma. Chrissie has expertise in multi-m ethod evaluations including RCTsand has a strong background in qualitative methodology which has helped her assess patient preferences in a range of h ealth care contexts from the design of adrenaline auto-injectors to patient reported outcome measures. She is has expertise in synthesising current ev idence using systematic reviews and meta-analysis.
@JonesChristinaJ
17/4/2018103
86
ParaskeviKatsaounouDr
https://gr.linkedin.com/in/paraskevi-katsaounou-8186b532
National Kapodistrian University of Athens
AthensGreece
Assistant Professor of Respiratory Medicine
Respiratory
allergy, asthma, clinical trials, environment, smoking cessation
paraskevi katsaounou (facebook)
20/8/2018164
87
EleneKhurtsidzeDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/elene-khurtsidze-4181017a
Mediclub GeorgiaTblisiGeorgia
Doctor of Internal Medicine
Respiratory
asthma, cancer, COPD, cystic fibrosis, environment, lung, microbiome
29/3/201844
88
MiriamKnollDr
https://m.huffpost.com/us/author/mimiknoll-510
Hackensack University Medical Center
Hackensack, New Jersey
United States of America
Radiation Oncologist, Medical Director
Cardiologycancer, social media in medicine, women in medicine
oncology, social media, women in medicine
@Mknoll_MD16/4/201896
89
Susanne
Krauss-Etschmann
Professor
http://www.fz-borstel.de/cms/en/science/priority-research-area-asthma-and-allergy/experimental-asthma-research.html?type=yy0FByiSClinical
Research Center Borsterl, Leibniz Lung Center, Christian-Abrecht University Kiel
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5945-5702
BorstelGermany
Director Priority Area Asthma and Allergy, Prof MD
Respiratoryallergy, asthma, microbiome, paediatrics
Early Origins of Chronic Lung disease, development of microbiome based and other strategies for primary prevention of asthma ; microbiome based therapeutic intervention.
30/3/201858
90
SapnaKudchadkarDr
https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/profiles/results/directory/profile/1405134/sapna-kudchadkar
Johns Hopkins University
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3089-0318
Baltimore, Maryland
United States of America
MD PhD/ Associate Professor
Critical Care
clinical trials, epidemiology, rahabilitation, sleep, delirium, sedation, pediatrics
Dr. Kudchadkar is the Director of the Johns Hopkins PICU Up! program, the first to demonstrate thaprimary research focus is the role of sleep disturbances as modulator of outcomes in critically ill children, and the integration of sleep promotion, sedation optimization and delirium prevention to promote early mobility and improve functional outcomes for survivors of pediatric critical illness. Dr. Kudchadkar is the lead PI for the international PARK-PICU study (Prevalance of Acute Rehab for Kids in the PICU, park.web.jhu.edu), which includes >200 sites in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Europe and Australia.
@SapnaKmd22/7/2018153
91
LiesLahousseDr
https://be.linkedin.com/in/lies-lahousse-485b4532
Ghent University
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3494-4363
GhentBelgium
Assistant Professor
Respiratory
COPD, pharmacoepidemiology, adherence, multimorbidity
My research is focussed on therapy adherence and personalized medicine including optimizing the benefit risk ratio of approved drugs by studying heterogeneity among phenotypes, endotypes and underlying genetics with the ultimate goal of improving care of patients with complex diseases.
29/3/201849
92
DeborahLawlorProfessor
http://www.bris.ac.uk/social-community-medicine/people/debbie-a-lawlor/index.html
University of Bristol
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6793-2262
Bristol
United Kingdom
Professor of Epidemiology
Cardiology
genetics, epidemiology, Prevention, Causal methods, omics, Big Data
My research is underpinned by my interest in understanding how biological, social and environmental exposures from across the life cou rse affect the risk of adverse cardiometabolic outcomes and how, therefore, appropriate prevention of these can be achieved. I have contributed to und erstanding the life course and genetic epidemiology of obesity, diabetes, c ardiovascular disease and women’s reproductive health; with a parti cular interest in the relationship between women’s reproductive hea lth and her, and that of her offspring’s and the next generation���s cardiometabolic risk. I am interested in developing methods for imp roving causal inference in epidemiology and have been at the forefront of d eveloping and using family based studies for improving causal inference and developing methods for using genetic variants as instrumental variables fo r making causal inference about modifiable non-genetic risk factors. I am t he principal investigator (PI) for the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents a nd Children (ALSPAC) mother’s cohort, a cohort of over 13,000 women who were recruited during their index pregnancy in 1991-92 and on whom the re is extensive obstetric, medical, socioeconomic and lifestyle information , together with extracted DNA for genotyping and immortalised cell-lines fo r gene expression studies. My British Heart Foundationg, Wellcome Trust and joint research council Life-Long Health and Wellbeing (LLHW phase 2) grant s have provided funds to follow these women with repeat biomedical, psychos ocial and epigenetic measurements so that the role of pregnancy characteris tics, reproductive hormones and their change, and the menopausal transition on future cardiometabolic health can be determined. I was also awarded a l arge grant from the Wellcome Trust to complete genome wide data on these wo men. In addition, I am PI on several large grants concerned with early life determinants of metabolic and cardiovascular risk factors in the offspring of the ALSPAC cohort and I am the clinical director of the ALSPAC-G2 study , recruiting and collecting detailed information on the next generation (ch ildren of the index children) in ALSPAC. I am the chair of the Born in Brad ford (BiB) Scientific Collaboration Group and have been centrally involved in the development of that pregnancy/birth cohort, which recruited over 13, 000 families of White European and South Asian origin between 2007-2010. I have been awarded a large joint MRC/ESRC funded grant (co-PI with K Pickett ) and Wellcome Trust grant (as PI) to further develop the BiB cohort with c ontinued follow-up of the parents and offspring. I have co-directed the Bri tish Women’s Heart and Health Study since its inception in 1999. In addition to leading aetiological research, I work on early life RCTs.
4/5/2018131
93
JennieLinDr
http://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/faculty-profiles/az/profile.html?xid=40185
Northwestern UniversityChicago, Illinois
United States of America
Assistant Professor
Cardiologygenetics, RNA biology, functional genomics
My research program at Northwestern is dedicated to leveraging human-based discoveries to gain new biological insights. Areas of study include (1) the role of alternative RNA splicing events in mechanisms of lipid metabolism, atherosclerosis, and renal fibrosis and (2) functional interrogation of the molecular mechanisms by which novel genes identified through human genetics studies impact disease phenotypes.
@jenniejlin16/4/201886
94
DeborahLiptzinDr
https://www.cudoctors.com/Find_A_Doctor/Profile/23182
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Aurora, Colorado
United States of America
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Respiratorylung, rare lung disease, high altitude illness
childrens interstitial and diffuse lung disease
1/4/201861
95
ClareLloydProfessor
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/c.lloyd
Imperial College London
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8977-6726
London
United Kingdom
Professor of Respiratory Immunology/Vice Dean (International Affairs) Medicine/Head of Respiratory Sciences Division
Respiratory
asthma, inflammation, immunology, lung, macrophage
early life immunity, lung remodelling, lung epithelium, mucosal immunology
16/3/201830
96
GinaLundbergDr
https://www.linkedin.com/in/gina-lundberg-a0465968
Emory University School of Medicine
Atlanta, Georgia
United States of America
Associate Professor, Emory University School of Medicine, Cardiology
Cardiology
blood vessels, heart, imaging, women and heart disease, hypertension, cholesterol, risk factors
Prevention of heart disease in women, treatment of women through specialized heart centers for women, treating cholesterol disorders such as familial hypercholesterolemia and lipoprotein a, hypertension, disparities of healthcare in African American women, improving awareness for heart disease through public education and medical education, advancing Medicine through social media
@Gina_Lundberg
18/4/2018106
97
VictoriaMacBeanDr
https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/victoria.macbean.html
King's College London
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0268-2693
London
United Kingdom
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Respiratory
lung, physiology, respiratory muscles, paediatrics, critical care, pulmonary function tests, physiotherapy
Respiratory muscle function in health & disease, respiratory load compensation, novel tests of respiratory function, application in paediatric respiratory & critical care medicine
3/4/201867
98
SwapnaMandalDr
https://www.royalfree.nhs.uk/services/staff-a-z/dr-swapna-mandal/
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
London
United Kingdom
Consultant Respiratory Physician
Respiratory
clinical trials, rehabilitation, sleep and ventilation, respiratory physiology, muscle physiology
I have an interest in translational research, particularly in sleep and ventilation and respiratory physiology. I also have developed a growing interest in research to improve digital health.
@lung_live4eva31/3/201859
99
StephanieMansellDr
https://www.royalfree.nhs.uk/services/staff-a-z/ms-stephanie-mansell/
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2806-380X
London
United Kingdom
Consultant Physiotherapist
Respiratory
COPD, lung, rehabilitation, sleep and ventilation, cough augmentation, physiotherapy
Stephanie is a consultant physiotherapist at the Royal Free Londo n NHS Foundation Trust, and is the co-lead for the sleep and ventilation se rvice. Stephanie qualified as a physiotherapist from the University of Brig hton in 2005 and subsequently worked in both the community and acute hospit als in Surrey, before moving to the Royal Free in 2014. She completed an MS c in advanced cardiorespiratory physiotherapy from UCL in 2015. Stephanie has a breadth of clinical experience and expertise, her main clinical focu s is the acute and long term management of patients with ventilatory failur e and sleep disordered breathing. Stephanie also has clinical experience in intensive care, pulmonary rehabilitation, management of acutely unwell res piratory patients, acute and home oxygen therapy and management of chronic respiratory patients. Stephanie was awarded the award for sustainability through digital from DigitalHealth.London 2017 for her work on remote monit oring of home NIV patients. Stephanie is an active researcher, has presente d work at national and international conferences and her published work can be found on ResearchGate. Stephanie is passionate about the education of h ealth care professionals and teaches at undergraduate and postgraduate leve l across a range of disciplines. She is the simulation lead for AHPS at RFL and has developed a range of innovative educational resources and supervis es postgraduate students. Stephanie is the co-chair for the national consul tant physiotherapy group and is currently working on a consultant physiothe rapy resource in collaboration with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
@skmansell9/4/201878
100
CatherineMansfieldDr
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/catherine.mansfield07
Imperial College LondonLondon
United Kingdom
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Cardiologyheart
Heart failure, electrophysiology, regenerative medicine, biophysics, muscle physiology
26/3/201834
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