Emma Flint, Clinical Teaching Associate
Emma recently graduated (in 2020) from Wadham College with a degree in Medicine (BM BCh) and is currently an Academic Foundation Doctor with Oxford University Hospitals.
She is a College Clinical Teaching Associate for Wadham, providing teaching for our medical students in the latter three years of their course. She has an interest in Medical Education, as well as academic interests in epidemiology and metabolic health. Her research to date has primarily been focused within the fields of Women’s and Reproductive Health and Paediatrics.
The role of angiogenic factors in the management of preeclampsia; Emma J. Flint A. Sofia Cerdeira Christopher W. Redman Manu Vatish; Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Protocol for a longitudinal, prospective cohort study investigating the biology of uterine fibroids and endometriosis, and patients’ quality of life: the FENOX study. Thomas Theodor Tapmeier, Hannah Mohamed Nazri1, Kavita S Subramaniam, Sanjiv Manek, Kurtis Garbutt, Emma J Flint, Cecilia Cheuk, Carol Hubbard, Kelly Barrett, Emily Shepherd, Krina T Zondervan, Christian Malte Becker; BMJ