Area of expertise: lead for paediatric HIV, lead for paediatric immunology, lead for paediatric immunology and infectious diseases (PIID) research
Languages spoken: English
Julia graduated from the University of Oxford and completed her postgraduate paediatric training in Oxford, Newcastle and London. Julia completed the Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and then worked in Blantyre, Malawi as a lecturer in paediatrics with her clinical work based at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre. She was awarded a Welcome Trust Clinical Training Fellowship to study “Cardiovascular Effects of HIV in African Children” and was awarded her PhD in 2016. Julia worked for the MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL focusing on international paediatric HIV trials. Julia holds postgraduate qualifications in teaching and enjoys teaching. She has been a consultant at Evelina London since 2017.
- 2016 PhD, University College London.
- 2005 DTM & H, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. (Distinction)
- 2004 MRCPCH. RCPCH, UK.
- 2001 BM BCh, Oxford University. 2001
- 1998 BA (Hons) Physiological Sciences, Oxford University. (1st Class)
HIV, immunology, adolescents, research
- Undergraduate - clinical tutor for year 2, educational supervisor year 4 and 5
- Postgraduate – MRCPCH, PENTA
- Treatment of SARS CoV and complications in children