I have a diverse background, most recently in practicing clinical medicine as a junior doctor in South Yorkshire.
I have taken time out of programme to work in India and Nepal. I completed my MBChB at the University of Sheffield 2014. I pursued my interest in global public health further when I undertook the Masters of Public Health and International Development within the Geography and Public health departments of the University of Sheffield. During my studies, I gained a breadth of experience in several disciplines including epidemiology, statistics, health policy, global inequalities, and development theory. I also gained clinical experience in Nepal, conducted health and livelihoods surveys in Nepal and undertook qualitative primary research into the wellbeing of people from African communities living with HIV in London.
At LSTM I will be working with the Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group in evidence synthesis. I will also be working on a project reviewing the integration of equality, rights, gender and social determinants into the global health guideline development process.
General Medical Council: 2014-Current
Royal College of Physicians: 2017-2019