I am an Anatomist and a General Practitioner in the National Health Service. I formerly worked as an Anatomy Teaching Fellow at the University of Birmingham, teaching undergraduate medical, dental, pharmacy, biomedical and biomaterial science students. I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a member of the following learned societies, The Royal Society of Medicine, Royal Society of Biology, Anatomical Society and the British Association of Clinical Anatomists.
I graduated as a medical doctor from Queen Mary University of London, St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London School of Medicine. My postgraduate clinical training included the following specialties, general medicine & surgery, diabetes, metabolic medicine, hepatology, emergency medicine, upper GI surgery, urology, stroke medicine, psychiatry and general practice.
I read for an MSc in Functional and Clinical Anatomy from the University of Birmingham and graduated with distinction. My areas of particular interest include, regional anatomy of the head & neck and neuroanatomy. I founded Clinical Anatomy Courses, to allow me to pursue my passion for teaching and developing unique and engaging course content. I also teach on dissection-based courses in the Netherlands, with Karl Jacobs from Anatomy Inside.