I am part of a team of consultant neonatologists at the Rosie Hospital and divide my time between clinical duties on the NICU and research in the Cambridge Centre for Perinatal Neuroscience based in the Evelyn Perinatal Imaging Centre at the Rosie Hospital.
My main research interests are in brain development and injury in the newborn, using novel monitoring and imaging technologies and their translation into routine clinical care. I work closely with Professor David Rowitch (Head of Paediatrics, Cambridge University) in the development of the Cambridge Neuro NICU, developing a brain-orientated model of care for newborn infants.
I am the co-director of neoLAB, which is a collaborative group between the Cambridge Centre for Perinatal Neuroscience and the DOT-HUB lab based at UCL (www.neolabresearch.com). The group has been involved in developing state-of-the-art optical imaging systems to study functional activity in the developing brain.