"Emerging research opportunities in large scale electronic health records"

Prof Harry Hemmingway FFPH, FRCP

NIHR Senior Investigator, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, Director of The Farr Institute, London

Harry is a clinical academic having trained in medicine and public health in Cambridge and London.  He Directs the Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research in London, part of a wider  national Research Institute innovating improvements in health and healthcare using rapidly emerging data opportunities from electronic health records, imaging, omics and wearables.   He is principal investigator of the CALIBER programme which is exploiting linked rich, lifelong patient records in primary care and hospital care to better understand health and disease from cradle to grave. Harry leads the UK Biobank Cardiac Outcomes working group, was a Member of the NICE Guidelines committee on chest pain whose recommendations transformed the investigation of suspected stable angina. He has contributed to the governance and sharing of national registries for research which has directly informed clinical policy.


Chair: Prof Austin Stack [ view full abstract ]


KN-1 » Keynote (09:00 - Friday, 17th November, CERC Auditorium)