Dr Eva Wooding
Clinical Research Fellow
Geoffrey Pope Building, University of Exeter , Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4QD, UK
I am a clinical paediatrician with an interest in reactive oxygen species production to aspergillus infection in cystic fibrosis, working in the Warris group.
I qualified as a medical doctor in 2013 and completed general training in the South West before specialising in paediatrics in 2016. I continue to work as a paediatric doctor at the Royal Devon University Hospital in Exeter, with an interest in paediatric infectious diseases.
BMBS, MClinEd, MRCPCH
2018-2024: Academic Clinical Fellow in Paediatrics, Royal Devon University Hospital and the University of Exeter
2016-18: Speciality Trainee in Paediatrics, Peninsula Deanery
2013-16: Foundation Doctor, Peninsula Deanery
2013: BMBS, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth
Research group links
External Engagement and Impact
Competitively won research fellowships
NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship in Paediatrics (Sept 2018-Sept 2024)
Wellcome Translational Research @ Exeter (TREE) Fellowship (Sept 2022-Jan 2023)
Co-chair of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Trainee Research Network
Co-chair of the Peninsula Trainee Research Audit and Innovation Network (clinical early careers research group)
I have a Masters in Clinical Education and have an interest in postgraduate clinical education.
I teach regularly for the PenARC Making Sense of Evidence programme teaching healthcare professionals to source and appraise best evidence.
I also contribute to the BMBS undergraduate medical teaching programme, having led sessions on critical appraisal and paediatric communication skills in addition to bedside teaching for students rotating through paediatrics or the neonatal unit.