Principal Investigator in the Radcliffe Department of Medicine
University of Oxford, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Background and research interests:
Liz's research focuses on understanding the impacts of developments in genomic technology on patients, families and society. In the CureHeart project, she is developing research to understand the perspectives of people living with cardiomyopathy, and of current and future treatments. Findings will inform which patients might most benefit from genetic therapies, development of patient-preferred therapy strategies, and incorporation of patient-valued outcomes in trial design. She will also lead work to identify and understand ethical issues that might arise from the CureHeart project.
Liz completed her PhD at King's College, London. She is also a registered Genetic Counsellor, with genetic counselling experence with patients and families with inherited heart conditions.