What we do
The BHF Data Science Centre is a partnership between Health Data Research UK and the British Heart Foundation. We work closely with patients, the public, NHS organisations, researchers, and clinicians to promote the safe and ethical use of data for research into the causes, prevention and treatment of all diseases of the heart and circulation.
Our current activities
The current focus of the BHF Data Science Centre is on the response to COVID-19:
Research begins to rapidly understand deadly link between Covid-19 and cardiovascular diseases
Flagship projects aim to protect heart and circulatory health against damaging effects of Covid-19
Improving the nation’s cardio-vascular health: the BHF Data Science Centre
Following discussions with UK cardiovascular research leaders, health care data custodians across all four UK nations, Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) and a range of other stakeholders, in June...
Millions of patients to benefit from £10M national cardiovascular data science centre
British Heart Foundation and Health Data Research UK announce Director of ground-breaking new centre aiming to link health data to save and improve lives
Professor Cathie Sudlow – Director
Dr Lynn Morrice – Director of Operations
Rouven Priedon – Project Manager
Sinduja Manohar – Lead for Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement
Lydia Martin – Executive Assistant
Click here to learn more about our governance structure including the role and membership of our Steering Group and Oversight Committee.
Contact the BHF Data Science Centre team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org