I studied medicine at the University of Oxford with an intercalated degree in medical sciences. I have subsequently undertaken my combined clinical and academic specialist training within the East of England. I am currently an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow and Specialist Registrar in Anaesthesia based at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.
My research is looking at ways of combining large scale perioperative data analysis with a systems approach to drive improved surgical care for high risk individuals. This will aim to identify drivers of risk at all stages of the perioperative process from clinic to community with the goal of designing interventions to minimise the impact of surgery on longer term health trajectory. We are establishing collaborations across a variety of fields including Engineering, Medicine for the Elderly and Public Health. To this end I am currently an Academic Visitor attached to the Healthcare design group in the department of Engineering.
My clinical interests revolve around complex perioperative care and the management of medical comorbidities in the perioperative period.
Alongside my clinical and research work I also hold a college lectureship, teaching neurobiology to medical students at Magdalene College, Cambridge.