Assistant Trial Manager
- HEAT and PRINCESS Trial
I have done B.S physician assistant course in distinction in Madras Medical Mission, India (2000-2004). After completing the degree I have joined as a physician assistant in the same institute in the paediatric ICU and was involved in the management of children and infants after cardiac surgery (2004-2006). In the UK I have completed MSc Biomedical Sciences in Wolverhampton in distinction (2006-2009). I have previously worked in St George's University as Research Technician in the Blood Pressure Unit (2010-2017). In St George's, I was involved in various clinical studies in the field of Hypertension, Microcirculation and Low birth weight (foetal programming). I have also had the privilege to work for specialist cardiothoracic centres such as Royal Papworth Hospital and Glenfield Hopisital in clinical trials related to interstitial lung diseases and electrophysiology markers. Currently i am involved in HEAT and PRINCESS trial here. I have also registered for a part time doctoral degree to study the complications in children operated for congenital heart diseases.
The Effect of Low Birth Weight on the Microcirculation in the 1st Year of Life
Goloba M. et al, (2018), Hypertension, 72
Microcirculatory changes in low birthweight infants in the first year of life
Goloba M. et al, (2018), JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION, 32, 697 - 697
RAGHURAMAN RAJENDRA. et al, (2017), J Non Invasive Vasc Invest 2017: 2: 008.
Raghuraman R. et al, (2017), HEART, 103, A75 - A76
A double-blind placebo-controlled randomised study of the effects of Candesartan versus Amlodipine on capillary rarefaction, pulse wave velocity, and central blood pressure in essential hypertension
Raghuraman R. et al, (2016), JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION, 30, 655 - 656