Roles and subjects
Clinical Lecturer in General Surgery
I studied medicine at Imperial College London. During the Academic Foundation Programme I developed an interest in transplantation, which then led to an NIHR-funded Academic Clinical Fellowship in General Surgery. I spent this period of research with the Transplantation Research and Immunology Group in Oxford. My interest in transplant immunology and in extracellular vesicle biology led to a PhD from King’s College London. I now work as a Clinical Lecturer in Surgery at Oxford University whilst continuing specialty surgical training.
I teach clinical medical students at Jesus College.
The mechanisms of immunological activation and tolerance following transplantation.
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