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Alfred Pozarickij


Research assistant in genetic epidemiology

Alfred works as a research assistant in the ChinKadoorie Biobank Group (KBC), working on a variety of projects including blood pressure and multimorbidityHe aims to leverage information from genome-wide association studies to identify novel mechanisms that influence complex phenotypes.  

Alfred completed his undergraduate degree in Cell and Molecular Biology at Heriot-Watt University and MSc in Evolutionary Genetics at the University of Edinburgh. He graduated from Cardiff University with a PhD in genetic epidemiology. He joined Oxford Population Health in 2019.