Anastase Dzudie is a Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Research, a clinical cardiologist and cardiac pacing specialist at the Douala General Hospital. He earned his PhD at the university of Cape Town and holds an accreditation to supervise research from Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris VI. He is the lead Investigator of the Clinical Research Education Networking and Consultancy (CRENC) foundation which he co-founded. His research focuses on hypertension, heart failure, and Non-Communicable Diseases in patients leaving with HIV/AIDS. Dr Dzudie has been country PI for several multinational studies including THESUS-HF, BAHEF, G-CHF, CREOLE, MMM and IeDEA. As the chair of the Pan African Society of Cardiology taskforce on hypertension between 2014 and 2021, he led 49 experts to the development of a roadmap to combat hypertension in Africa. Dr Dzudie serves as a member of the Regional advisory group for the International Society of Hypertension, a commissioner for the Lancet working group on sudden cardiac death, associate editor for the European Society of Cardiology heart failure journal and for the Global Heart journal, he is a member of the editorial board for several Journals. He has published over to 200 papers and co-authored 05 book chapters. His google scholar h-index as of July 2023 was 30 with 3987 citations.