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Ali Hosin


DPhil student

Dr Ali Hosin is a Specialty Registrar in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics and Internal Medicine. He is currently undertaking a DPhil at NDORMS focusing on the evaluation of novel digital technologies in acute care using routinely collected healthcare data.

After graduating from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2014, with an intercalated BSc in Medical Sciences with Pharmacology, Ali undertook Academic Foundation Training at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals. This was followed by an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. During this time he gained experience in a range of research methodologies across basic science research and clinical trials. 

Ali's interest in digital healthcare evaluation emerged during the Covid-19 pandemic when remote and technology-enabled healthcare interventions rapidly expanded outwith the traditional framework of clinical trials. He subsequently pursued a Topol Digital Healthcare Fellowship where he worked on the implementation and evaluation of app-enabled remote blood pressure monitoring of outpatients with hypertension. This led to him being awarded a place on the flagship Royal College of Physicians Chief Registrar programme where he worked on a pilot implementation study of remote BP monitoring in high risk patients with acute stroke, at the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square. 

Ali is involved in medical education and delivers undergraduate and postgraduate teaching on prescribing, therapeutics and medication safety at UCL and Oxford Medical Schools.