I graduated from the University of Nairobi medical school in 2005, and spent two years in Provincial and District Hospitals prior to joining the Aga Khan University Hospital. In 2013, I emerged with a Masters of Medicine degree in Obstetrics & Gynaecology from the Aga Khan University, Nairobi. I continued working in the department as an Instructor, attaining my consultancy in the process, until I took up the post of Clinical Research Fellow in Minimal Access Gynaecological Surgery at the University of Oxford in 2015.
Clinical Research Fellow
I am currently attached to the Minimal Access Gynaecological Surgery Team at the John Radcliffe Hospital, and I am involved in researching functional outcomes in patients who have undergone laparoscopic procedures. I am also an Honorary Specialist Registrar with the Oxford University Hospitals Trust, and I provide on-call cover at the Horton General Hospital.
Severe propylthiouracil-induced hepatotoxicity in pregnancy managed successfully by liver transplantation: A case report.
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