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Doctor Dexter Canoy

University of Newcastle, Newcastle Upon Tyne (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)

Dexter Canoy is an epidemiologist at the University of Oxford research interests in identifying causes and determinants of cardiovascular and metabolic health in the population. He contributes to interdisciplinary research that combines expertise in clinical medicine, population health, epidemiology and machine intelligence as applied in 'big data'. He has specific interests in hypertension, obesity, women’s vascular health, multimorbidity, and health risks across the ‘life course’. He has degrees in clinical medicine (University of the Philippines) and a doctorate in epidemiology (University of Cambridge). Dr Canoy is a Fellow at Oxford Martin School, and serves as an Associate Editor of the Cardiovascular Epidemiology and Prevention section of Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine.

Association between comorbidities and blood pressure trajectories in patients with hypertension

Event: ESC Congress 2020

Topic: Epidemiology, Prognosis, Outcome

Session: Hypertension in High-Risk Populations


Cardiometabolic disease, comorbidities and risk of death: Findings using data from large-scale electronic health records

Event: ESC Congress 2020

Topic: Epidemiology

Session: Risk Factors and Prevention ePosters


Stratified effects of blood pressure-lowering treatment on long-term blood pressure: an individual patient-level meta-analysis involving 50 randomised trials and 334,219 participants

Event: ESC Congress 2020

Topic: Treatment

Session: Hypertension ePosters


Long-term past, current and usual systolic blood pressure and incident cardiovascular disease: risk prediction using large-scale, routinely recorded clinical data

Event: ESC Congress 2019

Topic: Cardiovascular Risk Assessment

Session: Cardiovascular risk factors, prevalence and prognosis


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