Dr Eva Wooding
Geoffrey Pope Building, University of Exeter , Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4QD, UK
Office hours: Tuesdays-Thursdays (1 academic week in 4)
Tuesdays-Thursdays (1 academic week in 4)
I qualified as a medical doctor in 2013 and worked in general medicine and surgery in the South West before specialising in paediatrics in 2016.
I continue to work as a paediatric doctor at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, with an interest in paediatric infectious diseases.
Since 2018 I have worked as an Academic Clinical Fellow in paediatrics. During this time I worked at the Institute for Health Research on a surveillance study of Sydenham’s Chorea and as a clinical rater for a national survey. I am a regular tutor on the NIHR PenARC’s Making Sense of Evidence programme, teaching applied critical appraisal to practicing healthcare professionals and teach on the undergraduate BMBS programme on systematic reviews.
In 2021 I began working with Prof. Adilia Warris and Dr Emily Chesshyre on a review of Aspergillus in paediatric cystic fibrosis. Since then I have relocated to the MRC Centre for Medical Mycology at the University of Exeter where I am engaging in laboratory-based training to support my early career as a clinical academic in medical mycology.