Enabling data-led research to improve heart and circulatory health

What is the BHF Data Science Centre?

The BHF Data Science Centre is part of Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) and works at the cutting-edge of cardiovascular data research. It resulted from a partnership between HDR UK and the British Heart Foundation (BHF). The Centre launched in 2020, and is building on an initial investment from the British Heart Foundation of £10 million over the first five years.

  • Health Data Research UK
  • British Heart Foundation
  • We are the UK centre of expertise for enabling cardiovascular data science
  • We create strong partnerships to improve health data science infrastructure and reduce barriers for research
  • We involve patients and the public to build trust and ensure that our work meets people’s needs

News and Events

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Patients help shape the use of smartphone and wearable data in cardiovascular research study

Blogs

Patients help shape the use of smartphone and wearable data in cardiovascular research study

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  • Blog
  • Defining Disease
Public agreement on smartphone and wearable data for cardiovascular research 

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Public agreement on smartphone and wearable data for cardiovascular research 

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  • Defining Disease
  • News
  • Smartphones and Wearables
Behind the scenes: The CVD-COVID-UK-IMPACT Approvals and Oversight Board

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Behind the scenes: The CVD-COVID-UK-IMPACT Approvals and Oversight Board

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What is HDR UK?

Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) is the UK's national institute for health data science. HDR UK is uniting the UK’s health data to enable discoveries that improve people’s lives. Its vision is that large-scale data and advanced analytics will benefit every patient interaction, clinical trial, and biomedical discovery to enhance public health.

Find out more about HDR UK