Elsa Mauricio Reus
I am a pharmacist by training, with a MSc in Research and a PhD in Human Movement. On February 2019, I joined the Oxford Translational Cardiovascular Research group of Professor Charalambos Antoniades (Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Radcliffe Department of Medicine).
As a Clinical Researcher, my main role is to run a study that aims to validate perivascular Fat Attenuation Index (FAI) in multiple computed tomography platforms. FAI is a new biomarker that detects vascular inflammation in the human coronary arteries using routine coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA). In the CRISP-CT study, recently published in the Lancet, the group demonstrated that FAI predicts all-cause and cardiac mortality over and above clinical risk factors and the current state-of-the-art interpretation of CCTA.
At the moment, I am running as well the AdipoRedOx study, which focuses on looking at the interactions between adipose tissue, vascular wall and myocardium in human atherosclerosis.
Acute effects of different orthotic interventions on knee loading parameters in knee osteoarthritis patients with varus malalignment
Mauricio E. et al, (2018), The Knee, 25, 825 - 833
Acute and mid-term (six-week) effects of an ankle-foot-orthosis on biomechanical parameters, clinical outcomes and physical activity in knee osteoarthritis patients with varus malalignment
Sliepen M. et al, (2018), Gait & Posture, 62, 297 - 302
Biomechanical immediate and mid-term (6-week) effects of an ankle foot orthosis in knee osteoarthritis patients
Mauricio E. et al, (2017), Gait & Posture, 57, 267 - 268
Objective assessment of physical activity and sedentary behaviour in knee osteoarthritis patients – beyond daily steps and total sedentary time
Sliepen M. et al, (2018), BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 19
AB0800 Knee osteoarthritis patients' use of and compliance to an orthotic interventions
Mauricio E. et al, (2017), Abstracts Accepted for Publication