Dr F Lucy Wright
Lucy Wright is a cardiovascular epidemiologist working on the Million Women Study, and joined the unit in 2008. She has an Oxford DPhil in clinical cardiovascular epidemiology, which was completed in 2006. Her undergraduate degree in nursing is from Dalhousie University, Canada. Lucy’s clinical and research backgrounds are both in cardiovascular disease, which includes over 10 years in general practice research. Within the Million Women Study, Lucy’s research currently focuses on methodological issues associated with cardiovascular disease and risk factors for cardiovascular disease in women. Her other main research interest lies in trends in cardiovascular disease, and she is currently collaborating on several related studies.
European Society of Cardiology: Cardiovascular Disease Statistics 2017.
Timmis A. et al, (2017), European heart journal
Identification of myocardial infarction type from electronic hospital data in England and Australia: a comparative data linkage study.
Nedkoff L. et al, (2017), BMJ open, 7, e019217 - e019217
B-type natriuretic peptide-guided treatment for heart failure
Mclellan JH. et al, (2016), Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Long-term trends in hospitalisation rates for coronary heart disease sub-types in the Western Australian population; a database study, 1995-2013
Nedkoff L. et al, (2016), EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL, 37, 347 - 347
Validity over time of self-reported anthropometric variables during follow-up of a large cohort of UK women.
Wright FL. et al, (2015), BMC Med Res Methodol, 15