Academic Clinical Fellow
BA (Hons) MBChB (Hons) MRCP
Anna graduated from Oxford University in 2013 and since then has completed several years of medical training in Oxford and London, before choosing general practice. She has a long-standing interest in global health, particularly of non-communicable disease, and primary health care delivery, having completed a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene from the London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, in 2015, and spent time clinically working across a range of settings in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Her interest in ageing and elderly medicine blossomed from time as a CEO Clinical Research Fellow at University College London Hospital and the MRC unit of Lifelong Health Ageing. Her current interest is surrounding identification of frailty in the community, and how acute illness can inform us about overall health status.
She is a clinical GP trainee in Oxford, and clinical lecturer in medicine at Worcester College.
Diagnostic accuracy of FEVER-Pain and centor criteria for bacterial throat infection in adults with sore throat: a secondary analysis of a randomised controlled trial.
Seeley A. et al, (2021), BJGP Open
Rapid community point-of-care testing for COVID-19 (RAPTOR-C19): protocol for a platform diagnostic study.
Nicholson BD. et al, (2021), Diagn Progn Res, 5
The consistent burden in published estimates of delirium occurrence in medical inpatients over four decades: a systematic review and meta-analysis study
Gibb K. et al, (2020), Age and Ageing, 49, 352 - 360
Pharmacotherapy for hypertension in Sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review and network meta-analysis
Seeley A. et al, (2020), BMC Medicine, 18
INCIDENCE, ETIOLOGY, AND OUTCOMES OF COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN PEDIATRIC ADMISSIONS IN MALAWI
Evans RDR. et al, (2018), PERITONEAL DIALYSIS INTERNATIONAL, 38, 405 - 412