Milad Nazarzadeh is a DPhil student at the University of Oxford with a scholarship from the British Heart Foundation. His project focuses on the effect of blood pressure-lowering drugs and drug-drug interactions on the risk of type 2 diabetes through integrating epidemiologic and genetic data, supervised by Prof Kazem Rahimi, Dr Dexter Canoy, Dr Abbas Dehghan, Dr Derrick Bennett and Prof George Davey Smith.
Milad completed his BSc of Public Health at the Zanjan University of Medical Sciences, Iran, then received his MSc of Epidemiology from Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Science, Tehran, Iran. He was faculty member, lecturer and research director at University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Sabzevar and Torbat Heydarieh, 2015- 2017). Then, he joined The George Institute for Global Health, UK at the University of Oxford as Epidemiologist (2017-2019). Also, He is currently the board member of the Scientific Association for Public health in Iran (SAPHIR). His research interests include blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and Pharmacogenetics, using methodologies such as systematic-review and meta-analysis, advanced statistical modeling, individual-patient meta-analysis and Mendelian Randomisation.