Dr Aamer Sandoo
Senior Lecturer in Sport & Exercise Science
Dr Aamer Sandoo is a Senior Lecturer in Cardiovascular Physiology specialising in conducting clinical research involving NHS patients with rheumatoid arthritis, chronic kidney disease, breast cancer and cardiovascular disease. Dr Sandoo is also an expert in using several non-invasive assessments of blood vessel function (e.g. Laser Doppler Imaging with drug iontophoresis, flow-mediated dilatation, pulse-wave analysis, carotid ultrasound) to examine blood vessel health in response to different lifestyle and medical interventions. Dr Sandoo has authored over 45 pubications in high impact-factor journals of international standard including multi-study and multi-centre primary research papers. He has also presented at over 24 National and International Conferences.
Dr Sandoo currently supervises 3 PhD students and is happy to discuss MRes and PhD opportunities with potential candidates wishing to study under his supervision.
Hobbies and Interests
As a former amateur boxer in his youth, Dr Sandoo loves to exercise! He regularly completes 10k runs, performs resistance training and is always prepared to try new sports. Dr Sandoo's main passion is motorbikes, and he is fortunate enough to regularly ride a superbike (Suzuki GSX-R 1000) on trackdays and on some of the most technical roads in England and Wales. He has completed his RoSPA advanced rider test achieving a Gold - the highest civilian rating possible. Aamer has also trekked up several well-known mountains including Scafell Pike (978m), Mount Snowdon (via Crib Goch) (1085m), Mount Smolikas, Greece (2,637m) and several other well-known hikes.
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=5IRCnz4AAAAJ&hl=en
YouTube Revision Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxfslQe8hBQ3fSrC31HcZDw