Dr Nathan R. Hill

Bsc.(Hons.) D.Phil.(Oxon.) MBCS
Dr Nathan R. Hill

My research area is chronic non-commutable disease. I joined the Oxford department of primary care 2012 coming from a background in diabetes, endocrinology and metabolic research.

I am the renal programme lead and am co-ordinating the Oxford Renal Cohort study (OxRen) which seeks to establish and curate a longitudinal population cohort in the major disease area of Chronic Kidney Disease under the remit of the Head of Department, Professor Richard Hobbs. OxRen seeks to identify the range and relative weighting of population risk factors, across demographic groupings; characterise the determinants of disease progression, and determine the potential for interventions to delay or prevent the onset of disease.

I'm secretary of SAPC with an interest in increasing the advocacy for academic primary care and producing tangible take-homes for our members. What that means is providing resources, training, opportunities for our members that are useful to our members to enhance their careers and increase their opportunities within academic primary care.

I'm also the website lead and 'chief geek' and am always looking for people to help so if you're interested please contact me.

ORCID ID: 
0000-0001-7927-8678
Researcher ID: 
B-9679-2014

Articles on this site

13 Oct 2015

If you have an idea for a SIG, you need to submit an application form to SAPC Executive. The proposal must come from an SAPC member. Your application should detail why the topic is relevant to primary care/academic primary care, and why establishing a SIG would be supportive/necessary to take the work forward.

24 Aug 2015

A major component of our new communication strategy is to make everything easier for our memebers. So they know what is going on and what SAPC can do for them. With this in mind we have made a significant investment in a new website . The website group  is led by Nathan Hill.

27 Apr 2015

The Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) is the primary organisation championing academic primary care in the UK.  SAPC aims to provide a clear voice and a strong presence for APC in the complex and ever-changing Primary Care environment.