I completed my MB BChir, as well as a BA in Pathology, at Trinity College, Cambridge and graduated in 2014. I then moved to the Oxford deanery to work as a junior doctor and am now a core medical trainee at the John Radcliffe hospital.
I have an interest in medical education and, prior to my role at New College, have supervised clinical students at Cambridge’s School of Medicine and have been involved in the development of the teaching programme for foundation doctors at the John Radcliffe.
Having yet to settle on a medical specialty, my research interests remain broad-based but previous research experience has centred around work on Barrett’s oesophagus and cardiac transplantation. I have also contributed book chapters to medical textbooks, written microbiology guidelines for the John Radcliffe and am a peer reviewer for BMJ Quality Improvement Reports.
Thirty-Five Years of Heart Transplantation at Papworth Hospital: Factors Influencing Outcomes of 25-Year Survivors, Prabhu et al, 2014. The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 33; 4; S177.
Anxiety Disorders, Prabhu, A. and Agius, M. 2014. Community Psychiatry, edited by Agius, M., Pregelj, P. and Zalar B. ISBN 978-961-93235-6-4.
Hypertension, Prabhu, A. Unofficial Guide to Medicine, 1st Edition, edited by Byrne, P. (publishing scheduled for 2017).
Gastrointestinal Microbiology Guidelines, Microguide Phone App, Oxford University Hospitals, 2016.