Suraj Pathak

Suraj Pathak

Clinical Research Fellow in Cardiac Surgery

Background

Suraj is a clinical research fellow in cardiac surgery. He initially trained as an engineer, completing a degree in Bioengineering from Imperial College London. He subsequently obtained a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Leicester. His PhD focusses on the use of advanced statistics, machine learning and artificial intelligence to estimate key trial parameters and optimise the design of novel pragmatic clinical trials that will address research priorities in cardiac surgery.

Research profiles

Research

  • Systematic reviews, meta-analysis and evidence synthesis
  • Pre-operative optimisation of patients undergoing cardiac surgery
  • Clinical trial design and methodology
  • Analysing routinely collected data using methods in advanced Statistics and artificial intelligence

Publications

Interventions for the Prevention of Renal Injury in Surgical Patients: A Systematic Literature Review and Meta-analysis. BJA-2020-00444-JH036.R1 – in press

Patient blood management interventions do not lead to important clinical benefits or cost-effectiveness for major surgery: a network meta-analysis

Effects of interventions targeting the systemic inflammatory response to cardiac surgery on clinical outcomes in adults

Meta‐analysis of the use of sterilized mosquito net mesh for inguinal hernia repair in less economically developed countries

Meta‐analysis of the influence of lifestyle changes for preoperative weight loss on surgical outcomes