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Beth Jakubowski

BA (Hons), MSc


Researcher in Pregnancy Health Care, DPhil Candidate

I am an NIHR/CLARHC/PCRT funded DPhil student in the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences, working with the Cardiovascular Disease Team (CVD). I am a maternal health researcher, specifically looking at the self-management of hypertensive pregnancies.

I run the UDIP diagnostic accuracy study, which is looking at the self-testing of proteinuria in hypertensive pregnancies. This work includes looking at the feasibility and acceptability of self-testing and self-monitoring of blood pressure in pregnancy. 

Prior to joining the department I achieved an undergraduate degree in Politics with International Relations from the University of York. I also have an MSc in Reproductive and Sexual Health Research from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.