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Kazem Rahimi

Kazem Rahimi

Kazem Rahimi

FRCP, DM, MSc, FESC


Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Population Health

Clinical Trials, Epidemiology, Health Informatics

Kazem Rahimi is a Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Population Health, at the University of Oxford and a consultant cardiologist at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. His research interests include hypertension, heart failure, multimorbidity and cardiovascular risk management, using a variety of methodologies such as individual-patient meta-analysis, large-scale decentralised clinical trials, and digital health technologies.
 
Kazem leads the Deep Medicine programme at the Nuffield Department of Women’s and Reproductive Health with a major interest in application of machine learning approaches to electronic health records. He also leads the Blood Pressure Lowering Treatment Trialists’ Collaboration (BPLTTC), which is an international collaboration of all the major trials of blood pressure lowering drugs. He is the Director of the Martin School programme on Informal Cities and a Co-Investigator of the PEAK-Urban programme