MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCS
Eman is currently undertaking research into the reduction of surgical site infections within closed surgical incisions using negative pressure wound therapy, and the associated economic implications under the supervision of Ms Carolynne Vaizey and Mr Janindra Warusavitarne.
Eman gained her undergraduate medical degree from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of medicine, graduating in 2010. She also completed an intercalated BSc at Imperial College London. Her foundation and core surgical training were completed in South Thames and North Central Deaneries within London. She has completed a further two years within Colorectal Surgery and has decided to step out for a period of research within the Colorectal and General Surgical field.
Eman is currently undertaking a period of research at St Mark’s under the supervision of Ms Carolynne Vaizey and Mr Janindra Warusavitarne. Her research will look at reducing post operative wound infections in a select group of patients using specialist dressings, and the economic implications of this. She will also be looking at the microbiology of infections affecting those with chronic wounds pre-operatively, and the implications this may have for peri-operative antibiotic choices.