My interest in immunology research started as a medical student, leading to me doing an intercalated master’s degree in Immunobiology at Newcastle University. During this I completed a research project investigating the differentiation of human Th17 cells, and was awarded a programme prize for the degree. Following foundation training, I did an Academic Clinical Fellowship, during which I studied the distribution of skin antigen presenting cells at multiple anatomical sites. I am currently a dermatology speciality trainee in the Northern Deanery. My main research interest is in understanding the pathogenesis of Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma.

Research Interest: I am interested in understanding the pathomechanism of Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma to improve diagnosis and therapy.