I studied for my medical degree at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, between 2011-2017. As part of my degree, I did a BA in Natural Sciences (Pathology) studying the role of an intracellular antibody receptor (TRIM-21) in IgA-mediated immunity. For my Foundation Training, I moved to West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds, before joining the Cambridge GP Training Scheme in 2019. During university and beyond, I have been involved in academic projects on a range of topics including infectious disease, paediatrics, and medical education. I have also had the opportunity to work within the Healthcare Public Health group of Public Health East of England studying long COVID rehabilitation.
I am interested in metabolic disease such as diabetes and obesity. I will be working with Professor Simon Griffin on the ADDITION trial looking at cardiovascular outcomes and mortality in screen-detected patients with type 2 diabetes. I will also be commencing an MPhil in Population Health Sciences from October 2021.
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– Clinical Supervisor for Cambridge Medical Students (2019-2021)
– Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education (2020-2021)
– Integrated Foundations of Medical Education Course leading to recognition as an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2020)