BA (Queens), MD (McMaster), PhD(McMaster), FRCP(C)
Associate Professor (FT), Division of Cardiology
Associate Member, Dept of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Team Leader, Cardiovascular Research in Gender (CARING)
Director, Vascular Medicine Clinic, Hamilton Health Sciences
CIHR Clinician-Scientist Phase 2 Award 2004-2009
Administrative Assistant: Kathy Stewart
905.527.4322 X 21523
Dr. Sonia Anand's current research is investigating the causes of cardiovascular disease among ethnic groups, population genetics, and women's cardiovascular health.
1. Anand SS, Yusuf S, Pogue J, Ginsberg J, Hirsh J. The Relationship of the Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time to Coronary Events and Bleeding in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes who receive heparin. Circulation 2003 Jun 17;107(23):2884-8.
2. Anand S, Yi Q, Gerstein H, Lonn E, Jacobs R, Vuksan V, Teo K, Davis B, Monatgue P, Yusuf S. The Relationship of the Metabolic Syndrome and Fibrinolytic Dysfunction to Cardiovascular disease. Circulation 2003 Jul 29;108(4):420-5.
3. Hackam D, Anand S. Emerging risk factors for atherosclerotic vascular disease. JAMA 2003 Aug 20;290(7):932-40
4. Anand S, Yusuf S, Jacobs R, Davis D, Gerstein H, Lonn E, Yi Q. Risk factors, atherosclerosis, and cardiovascular disease among Aboriginal People in Canada: The Study of Health Assessment and Risk Evaluation in Aboriginal Peoples (SHARE-AP) Lancet 2001 Oct 6;358(9288):1147-53.
5. Anand SS, Yusuf S, Vuksan V, Devanesen S, Teo KK, Montague PA, Kelemen E, Guo T, Lonn E, Gerstein H, Hegele RA, McQueen M. Differences in cardiovascular disease between ethnic groups are not explained by conventional risk factors or atherosclerosis. The Study of Health Assessment and Risk in Ethnic Groups (SHARE). Lancet 2000; 356: 279-84.