The BHF Data Science Centre is a partnership between Health Data Research UK and the British Heart Foundation that works to deliver the data and data science needed to address some of the most important challenges in heart and circulatory disease research. The Centre works with a wide range of partners including patients, public, clinicians, researchers and NHS organisations to help them carry out research using health data into the causes, prevention and treatment of all diseases of the heart and circulation (such as heart attacks, stroke and vascular dementia).
The BHF Data Science Centre holds a monthly webinar to provide updates about our work.
This month, Dr Michelle Williams and Dr Jackie MacArthur will be presenting on ‘Using Imaging Data to Better Understand Cardiovascular Disease’.
This event is primarily aimed at the cardiovascular and imaging research community and will include scientific presentations. It may also be of interest to public and patients with an interest in this area.
Joining instructions will be issued on the morning of the Webinar.
Meet the speakers
BHF Data Science Centre
Improving the public’s cardiovascular health through the power of large-scale data and advanced analytics across the UK.
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British Heart Foundation Data Science Centre appoints Dr Michelle Williams as new Imaging Data Thematic Lead
15 July 2021
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) Data Science Centre is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Michelle Williams as its new Associate Director and Theme Lead for Imaging Data.