I have been an NHS Consultant Clinical Geneticist since 2000, at the North West Thames Regional Genetics service. I trained in adult medicine before specialising in Clinical Genetics and my PhD studies were investigating the Pathogenesis of Noonan Syndrome. I specialise in Dysmorphology and Cancer genetics. I was Clinical Lead for the North West Thames Regional Genetics Service from 2007-2010 and during this time I helped set up the UK EDS National Diagnostic Service along with colleagues in Sheffield. I was Clinical Director of the London based EDS National Diagnostic Service until 2011 and since January 2015 I have been Clinical Lead of the London based part of the Ehlers Danlos Syndrome National Diagnostic Service with supervision from colleagues in Sheffield.
I was Chair of the South East England Genetics Network from 2011 to 2013. I was Cancer Lead for our service from 2010-2015. I was elected to join the Steering Group for the Cancer Genetic Group of the British Society for Genetic Medicine in 2013 and I remain an active member of this group. I am the principal investigator for a number of Cancer Genetic studies and I actively recruit to general genetic and cancer studies. I have a broad experience in all areas of clinical genetics. Since January 2015 I have been specialising mainly in diagnosing complex EDS.