Nathalie Conrad is a DPhil student at the University of Oxford with a scholarship from the British Heart Foundation. Her research focusses on the epidemiology of cardiovascular diseases using large real-world data sets, as well as the design of digital health systems for patients with heart failure. Nathalie has a broad expertise in information technology and healthcare and has previously worked for IBM, Johnson & Johnson Medical as well as a United Nations Agency. Nathalie holds an engineering master’s degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich.
Temporal trends and patterns in heart failure incidence: a population-based study of 4 million individuals
Conrad NLMS. et al, (2017), Lancet
Nonlinear Exposure-Outcome Associations and Public Health Policy.
Kiran A. et al, (2016), JAMA, 315, 1287 - 1288
Variation in hospital performance for heart failure management in the National Heart Failure Audit for England & Wales
Emdin C. et al, Heart
Creating connections - the development of a mobile-health monitoring system for heart failure: Qualitative findings from a usability cohort study
Chantler T. et al, Digital Health
Blood pressure and risk of vascular dementia: evidence from a primary care registry and a cohort study of TIA and stroke
Rahimi K. et al, Stroke