My research interests are in cancer, palliative care and commissioning decision-making in publicly-funded health systems.
In 1997 I completed high school at Phillips Exeter Academy in the USA before returning to the UK for a year of A-levels at Brampton College in London.
After six years at medical school at the Royal Free and University College London Medical School in 2004, (intercalating a BSc in International Health at University College London in 2003) I started clinical medicine and undertook house-jobs followed by a medical SHO rotation.
I completed a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (DTM&H) at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in 2007.
In 2008 I entered public health training in the South West and completed a full-time MSc in Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, before becoming a Member of the Faculty of Public Health in 2010.
I was awarded an NIHR doctoral fellowship in 2011 for my reserach proposal on access to high-cost cancer drugs in the NHS.
In 2013 I was awarded a PGCE teaching qualification for higher education.
In 2015 I was awarded my Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the Unviersity of Bristol.
I am currently appointed as an academic clinical lecturer in palliative medicine and a CLAHRC West NIHR Dan Hill fellow in equity. I complete my public health training and become a public health consultant in February 2016.
I teach first and fourth year medical undergraduates, international health BSc undergraduates, examine final year medical students and supervise SSC students. I also teach on the Part A revision course for public health registars.
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