“At EDU I can utilise a set of skills from my previous training, and experience brought forward to teach with enthusiasm. I want to bring the best of myself for students to improve their learning experience, while enjoying a proactive, and dynamic environment.”– Dr. Hernández on why he works for EDU
2019 – 2020: Research Manager, St. Anne’s University Hospital, Brno, Slovakia.
Management of the study design, research protocol, ethical forms, and team management. Creation of international networking with NCD- RisC (Imperial College, London), and PURE (McMaster University, Canada). Working in collaboration with the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA.
2016 – 2017: Project Manager, National Health Service (NHS), Oxford, UK – Clinical Commissioning Oxfordshire
Looking at the readiness of health services to support the U.K. Five Year Forward View, and support to clinical commissioning groups in this scheme. Responsible for the support and project coordination of key Clinical Network projects and programmes, proactive and hands-on experienced project officer to undertake tasks such as: Utilising project planning skills to prioritise the delivery of project-based outcomes and products. Liaison with network members and other clinically-lead groups and networks to ensure tasks and reporting are kept on track.
2015: GMP/GCP Project Manager, Jenner Institute, University of Oxford, UK
2010 – 2015: Academic Health Researcher, NIHR Doctoral Fellow, University of Oxford, UK
Clinical Epidemiology, Health Services Research
2008 – 2010: Practice Based Commissioning Analyst, Heart of Birmingham tPCT, UK
2004 – 2008: Public Health Information Officer, National Health Service (NHS), Heart of Birmingham Primary Care Trust, Birmingham, UK
2010 – 2015: DPhil (PhD Oxon) in Clinical Epidemiology, University of Oxford, UK
2010 – 2014: MSc (Oxon) in Health Research, University of Oxford, UK
2007 – 2008: MBA in Project Management, Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain
2003 – 2005: Master of Public Health, The University of Wolverhampton, UK
1999 – 2003: BSc (HONS) in Physiology (Exercise Science), Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
2022: Member of the Editorial Board of Cardiovascular Epidemiology and Prevention, a specialty section of the academic journal Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine.
2011 – Present: Kardiovize Brno 2030 Project, the most comprehensive cardiovascular prevention program in Central and Eastern Europe
2010: NIHR Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Epidemiology at the Nuffield Department of Primary Health Care Sciences, School of Medical Sciences, University of Oxford, UK
BTEC in Programming
Diploma in Physical Education