I graduated in medicine from the University of Cambridge and subsequently undertook my medical and specialty registrar haematology training in London. My research interests in lymphoma biology was developed during my Kay Kendall funded Clinical Research Fellowship with Professor Jude Fitzgibbon at the Barts Cancer Institute where I investigated the genetic heterogeneity and tumour evolution underlying follicular lymphoma and its progression. I was awarded the Royal College of Pathologists Specialty Research Medal for this work.
I returned to the Barts Cancer Institute as a Clinical Senior Lecturer in 2017 and will also be working with collaborators at the Francis Crick Institute.
2017 to present: Clinical Senior Lecturer
2011-2015: Kay Kendall Clinical Research Fellow, Barts Cancer Institute
2015: PhD, Queen Mary University of London
2011: FRCPath, Royal College of Pathologists
2008: MRCP, Royal College of Physicians
2004: MB BChir, University of Cambridge
2002: BA (Hons) Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge