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Humanising Healthcare podcast - "Sex, Gender and Cardiovascular Outcomes"

This is the Humanising Healthcare podcast - ‘Sex, Gender and Cardiovascular Outcomes' edition. Manasi Nandi is joined by Dr Tetiana Lunova, a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Imperial College London.


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Manasi is joined by Dr Tetiana Lunova, a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Imperial College London. In this episode, ‘Sex, Gender and Cardiovascular Outcomes', they discuss patient experiences, the impact of differing symptoms in men and women that can lead to delays in treatment, and how current research can address this issue. 

Tetiana Lunova

Dr Tetiana Lunova is a Postdoctoral Research Associate within the North West London Patient Safety Research Collaboration (PSRC) at Imperial College London. Previously based in the School of Basic & Medical Biosciences, King’s College London Tetiana investigated mechanisms, risk factors and response to treatment of Long-Covid and focused on gender differences in cardiovascular disease. 

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Manasi Nandi

Reader in Integrative Pharmacology

Manasi is a scientist and educator based within the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine. Her interdisciplinary research focuses on the extraction of new information from vital signs data, aiding research and clinical decision making, and identifying earlier alerts of disease. She has expertise in medicine discovery and development and the translation of laboratory findings into clinical practice. She is a fellow of the British Pharmacological Society, most recently supporting efforts to embed inclusive principles into the national curriculum. Inclusivity and accessibility are at the core of her teaching and research practice. She is the Development, Diversity and Inclusion lead for the School and Cancer and Pharmaceutical Science, supporting EDI activities at Faculty and College level. She launched the Humanising Healthcare seminar series in 2023.

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