Ana-Catarina is investigating blood pressure management in complex populations, namely atrial fibrillation, heart failure and multimorbidity. Her main interests are population health, cardiovascular epidemiology, and clinical trials and synthesis of evidence.
After completing a Master's degree in Medicine in Portugal in 2012, Ana-Catarina moved to the UK to continue her post-graduate medical training in the Oxford Foundation School. She then moved to Manchester as a specialty trainee in Cardiothoracic Surgery. During her training, she completed a further two Master's degrees in Cardiovascular Pathophysiology in Oporto, Portugal, and Medical Education in Liverpool, UK.
Her passion to improve population health and reduce inequalities across the world motivated her to change career and join The George Institute for Global Health, where she is doing her DPhil under the expert supervision of Professor Kazem Rahimi.
Pinho-Gomes A-C. et al, (2019), Journal of Hypertension, 1 - 1
Pinho-Gomes AC. and Rahimi K., (2019), Heart (British Cardiac Society)
Blood pressure management in the elderly: the need for more randomised evidence
RAHIMI KAZEM., Heart
Long-term exposure to elevated systolic blood pressure in predicting incident cardiovascular disease: evidence from large-scale routine electronic health records
CANOY DEXTER. et al, Journal of the American Heart Association