Welcome to my small body of work on clinical infectious disease, global health education and practice, and public health policy. If you’d like to get in touch about collaborating on anything I’d be delighted to hear from you. Please see the various links for details of past and present research.
I am an Infectious Disease & Medical Microbiology clinician based in London. My main professional interests are AMR, VHFs, tuberculosis, HIV, emerging and re-emerging infections, and global health security and education.
I currently work as a consultant at the United Kingdom Health Security Agency in charge of clinical and emerging infection, healthcare-associated infection and AMR, and global health strengthening.
I initially joined the then Health Protection Agency working through the NHS Medical Director’s Clinical Fellows Scheme, where appointees are placed within a range of organisations to gain unique experience of working at the highest levels of healthcare management, policy and leadership. I have an Medical Research Council-funded Epidemiology Masters at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and held an Academic Clinical Fellowship in Infectious Diseases at King’s College London.
I helped lead Alma Mata Global Health Graduates’ Network, a junior professional network supporting postgraduate training in global health, and was an advisor to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health. For the six years I was a Trustee for the Tropical Health & Education Trust. I have had public health leadership roles with the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations and Medsin UK. I have a strong commitment to educational development, having sat for several years on the BMA’s Student Education Committee and the Junior Association for the Study of Medical Education’s National Executive.
I am also partial to plenty of rock guitar, travel, politics, and good food….