Dr Simon G Anderson

United Kingdom

Visiting Academic, NIHR Academic Fellow

PhD (UWI), MPhil (Cantab), MSc (Oxon), MBBCh (Wales), MRCP

Simon Anderson spent his formative years studying Biochemistry on the picturesque Mona campus of the University of the West Indies from where he won the Cambridge Commonwealth Scholarship (1995) to read Epidemiology (MPhil).

Simon Anderson spent his formative years studying Biochemistry on the picturesque Mona campus of the University of the West Indies from where he won the Cambridge Commonwealth Scholarship (1995) to read Epidemiology (MPhil).This was followed by a degree in Genetics (MSc, 1998) and a Research Fellowship at Oxford University (1998-2000). After clinical training at Cardiff University (2005), he is now completing specialty training in Cardiology in Manchester, UK. He was awarded a prestigious National Institutes of Health Research (NIHR) Academic Clinical Fellowship (2008) and currently holds an NIHR Academic Clinical Lectureship (2013) in Cardiology. Currently he is an academic visitor at the George Institute for Global Heath, University of Oxford pursuing research interests in methodological approaches for the use of large-scale national datasets to study variations and outcomes in patients with cardiovascular disease.