After qualifying from Oxford, Dr Ami Banerjee trained as a junior doctor in Oxford, Newcastle, Hull and London. His interest in preventive cardiology and evidence-based medicine led to a Masters in Public Health at Harvard(2004/05), an internship at the World Health Organisation(2005) and DPhil in epidemiology from Oxford(2010). He was Clinical Lecturer in Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Birmingham, before taking up the position of Senior Lecturer in Clinical Data Science and Honorary Consultant in Cardiology at the Farr Institute of Health Informatics in August 2015. In addition to general cardiology, he has special interest in heart failure and atrial fibrillation, and also the role of informatics and electronic health records in delivering better patient care.
Calculating the risk from COVID-19
5 March 2021
We speak to Ami Banerjee about how he and his collaborators developed an online calculator to help people understand their personal risk during the COVID-19 pandemic, so everyone can make informed...
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