DAME HILDA LLOYD NETWORK TEAM

PROFESSOR SHAKILA THANGARATINAM

Founder of Dame Hilda Lloyd Network

Professor of Maternal and Perinatal Health at the University of Birmingham
Joint Director of WHO Collaborating Centre for Global Women's Health

s.thangaratinam@bham.ac.uk

@thangaratinam

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MEDICAL STUDENT TIER

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Student Lead

DEVIKA NAIR

Fourth-year medical student

University of Birmingham

dxn641@student.bham.ac.uk

@D_Nair_

TRAINEE TIER

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Co-Trainee Lead

DR JAY GHOSH

ST4 O&G at Worcester Royal Hospital, Clinical Research Fellow at Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research and Chair of West Midlands O&G Trainees.

@jayghosh27

MIDWIFERY TIER

Julie Hadley

Associate Professor

JULIE HADLEY


Head of Department for Midwifery and Lead Midwife for Education
Birmingham City University

DAME HILDA LLOYD CHAMPIONS

The below individuals have been recognised for their commitment and involvement in Dame Hilda Lloyd Network.

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ADEOLU BANJOKO

Adeolu Banjoko is a fourth year medical student with an avid passion for women’s health. She has completed two audits in urogynaecology, one published in the Journal of Post Reproductive Health and both presented nationally. She also did her dissertation project in prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart disease. She is currently working on a fertility audit at BWH. Adeolu hopes to pursue a career in Obstetrics and Gynaecology after medical school.

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DANIELLE SUTHERLAND

Danielle is a fourth-year medical student at the University of Birmingham. She has previously been involved in research investigating the use of androgens in fertility treatment and presented the findings at ESHRE 2020 and Fertility 2021. She is passionate about research that empowers women to make informed choices about their health and fertility.

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MILLIE MANNING

Millie has a particular interest in fertility and reproductive health. She is currently undertaking two contraception audits and working on a project that will investigate fertility treatment outcomes in women with existing congenital heart defects.

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KIRAN KHAMB

Kiran is interested in all things Women’s Health! She is particularly passionate about creating a positive healthcare experience for women and their children, where being a person of colour no longer affects their care and outcomes. Having carried out audits herself for O&G departments, she is excited to take this further and contribute to the field – hopefully giving future women more positive and holistic experiences surrounding their healthcare.

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GURKIRAN BHOGAL

Gurkiran is a third-year medical student passionate about pursuing a future career in obstetrics and gynaecology. She is excited to be intercalating in Clinical Sciences and Women’s Health, and hopes to build on her existing experience contributing to projects on infertility in women with polycystic ovary syndrome