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Hannah Cutler

DPhil Student

Research Focus

Our research aims to reduce disease burden in young people by identifying early signs of cardiovascular disease. Our focus is on patients who are at high risk of developing cardiovascular disease later in life, such as families with a history of complications during pregnancy. We use advanced imaging techniques to identify early changes in the heart, liver, and brain. Then we run trials to identify exercise, nutritional and lifestyle interventions which can modify these changes and prevent later development of the disease. Additionally, we aim to apply artificial intelligence to large imaging datasets to improve the clinical tools already available.


Cutler, H., 2020. Bursting our understanding of baroreflex control in older adults: Sex differences in the neurovascular mechanisms regulating blood pressure. The Journal of Physiology, 598(22), pp.5009-5010.