Dr. Sadeer Al-Kindi is a clinician-investigator with significant experience in cardiometabolic health, preventive cardiology, cardiovascular imaging and socio-environmental determinants of health. His research has focused on identifying non-traditional risk factors for cardiometabolic disease, with a focus on environmental exposures. He has published over 250 manuscripts on cardiometabolic health in large population-based studies, and has participated in multiple mechanistic trials studying cardiometabolic diseases. The recent focus of his research has been on the impact of the natural, built and social environment on cardiovascular disease risk. He has worked with large patient registries and trials, such as the SPRINT trial and the United Network for Organ Sharing, to understand the interaction between preexisting traditional risk factors and air pollution with respect to cardiovascular risk. His work has also focused on neighborhood health effects and the intersection between socioeconomic status and environmental exposures with cardiometabolic health outcomes. His group has recently investigated the role of residential redlining and cardiometabolic outcomes.