Associate Professor Richard Haynes
- MRC Population Health Research Unit Programme Leader: Randomised Trials in Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disease
- MSc in Global Health Science module 8 lead: Clinical Trials and Meta-Analysis
Richard Haynes did his pre-clinical medical studies in Cambridge before moving to Oxford for his clinical studies and qualified in 2000. He came to CTSU for a period of “out of programme” research in 2006 to work on the HPS2-THRIVE trial with Prof Jane Armitage. He completed his training in renal medicine in 2011 and was appointed as an honorary consultant at the Oxford Kidney Unit. Shortly after that he was appointed to the MRC Programme Leader track and he is now Programme Leader in the MRC Population Health Research Unit for the programme in Randomised Trials in Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disease
Assessement of Vascular Event Prevention and Cognitive Function Among Older Adults With Preexisting Vascular Disease or Diabetes: A Secondary Analysis of 3 Randomized Clinical Trials.
Offer A. et al, (2019), JAMA Netw Open, 2
In high-risk T2DM, canagliflozin reduced CV events regardless of baseline renal function.
Herrington WG. et al, (2019), Ann Intern Med, 170
Feasibility of Telemonitoring Blood Pressure in Patients With Kidney Disease (Oxford Heart and Renal Protection Study-1): Observational Study.
Warner BE. et al, (2018), JMIR Cardio, 2
Effects of Aspirin for Primary Prevention in Persons with Diabetes Mellitus.
ASCEND Study Collaborative Group None. et al, (2018), N Engl J Med, 379, 1529 - 1539
Effects of n-3 Fatty Acid Supplements in Diabetes Mellitus.
ASCEND Study Collaborative Group None. et al, (2018), N Engl J Med, 379, 1540 - 1550