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Doctor Abdulaziz Alhamam

Massachusetts General Hospital - Harvard Medical School, Boston (United States of America)

Abdulaziz Al-Hamam, MD, MMSc candidate at Harvard Medical School. Abdulaziz obtained his MD from King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia. His clinical research interests include cardiovascular physiology and science of the heart and brain connection. He uses advance imaging data from the MGB Biobank to assess the stress activity and cardiovascular endpoint. He is focusing now on the stress related neural activity role in mediating the incidence of heart failure and which lifestyle modifications could play as protective measures. In his spare time, he enjoys reading in literature and economy, and he is always open for a backpack trip. He can be emailed at AALHAMAM@MGH.HARVARD.EDU

Stress related neural activity: potential mechanism contributing to benefit of physical activity on heart failure incidence

Event: ESC Congress 2022

Topic: Physical Inactivity and Exercise

Session: Sleep disorders and apnoea, physical inactivity


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