BA in Natural Sciences (Biochemistry) at Cambridge (Christ’s College). MA, Cambridge PhD, University of Edinburgh. The genetics of malaria (plasmodium chabaudi)
Embryo implantation, diagnosis and treatment of infertility, development of novel approaches to contraception. Placental development and the causes of pre-eclampsia. Interaction of the maternal immune system with the placenta. Member of the Centre for Trophoblast Research in Cambridge.
I lecture on the Part 2 course on implantation and early development the Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience (PDN). I supervise the Endocrinology and Reproductive Sciences module of the 1B pre-clinical medicine course for several colleges. Demonstrator for histopathology practicals in the Pathology department.
African history, Rowing, Badminton.
Roche Young Investigator Award, 13th Rochester Trophoblast conference, Meres Research Fellowship, St John’s College Cambridge