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Sabrina Keating

MSc, MA (Hons)

DPhil Student, Research Assistant

Sabrina is a current DPhil student and research assistant within the department contributing to research on women's health services. She holds an MA in Health, Science, and Society from the University of Edinburgh and an MSc in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology from Oxford University. Her DPhil project focuses on the management of polycystic ovary syndrome in UK primary care, examining the communication of risk and management of comorbidity.

As a research assistant, she currently contributes to a project on the use of at-home fetal Dopplers during pregnancy. Previously, Sabrina contributed to a range of qualitative patient experience studies in her role as an Ann McPherson Fellow.