BSc (Hons), MBChB, MRCS(Ed)
Taught MSc student
Orthopaedic themed core surgical trainee with a research interest in lower limb arthroplasty
I am a core surgical trainee in West Yorkshire with a keen interest in academic Trauma and Orthopaedics. My research interests are mainly focussed in the field of lower limb arthroplasty, and I am keen to undertake a strong foundation in musculoskeletal basic science to research how we can utilise personalised medicine to prevent and treat end stage complications of musculoskeletal ageing.
Throughout my training, I have co-authored multiple peer-reviewed publications, led 3 national teaching programmes and a regional mentorship scheme in my role as Chair of the Yorkshire Foundation Trainee Surgical Society, and presented my research at several national and international conferences, including the BOA, BHS, and EFORT. Further to this, I won the runner up award in the BOTA Junior Essay Prize 2020, writing about the difficulties those practising orthopaedics in developing countries face. I am the current co-representative of this MSc, working with the organising committee to ensure the concerns of my colleagues are represented.
I undertook my Medicine undergraduate degree at the University of Sheffield, graduating in 2019. I intercalated in the BSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2017, where I first developed my passion for research.
In my free time, I am active in sport. I play netball regionally, with my team achieving promotion this season to the Premier League in the West Yorkshire Division. I also enjoy playing racquet sports, including badminton, tennis, and table tennis.