ID clinician, clinical trialist, UK lead
Anna has worked at the Unit in an honorary capacity since 2018, having previously been an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer at University College London and an MRC Clinical Research Fellow at the University of Oxford. She undertakes her clinical work at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust where she is a consultant in Infectious Diseases and General Internal Medicine. She has an interest in vaccines and undertook a DPhil at the University of Oxford where she worked on optimising technology for use in adenoviral vector vaccines for malaria. This technology was later incorporated into the novel SARS-CoV-2 vaccine AZD1222 (ChAdOx1). She has led the delivery of clinical trials of vaccines for malaria and COVID-19. Current work focuses on the design and optimisation of pragmatic clinical trials in infectious diseases. She is undertaking research into bloodstream infections, such as S. aureus bacteraemia, and seeks to further explore the interplay with clinical imaging and clinical infection.
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