Annelies is a Neonatal GRID Trainee in the Wessex deanery. She is interested in quality improvement, research and clinical medicine. As a 30-week Triplet herself, she understands the importance of, and has benefited from, excellent advancements in neonatal care. Outside of medicine, Annelies is a military wife and enjoys socialising, the beach and paddleboarding.
Emma is an ACF ST2 in Paediatrics working in London. She got involved in NeoTRIPs after working as a local lead for the murmur project. She is excited to work with Aless and Chantelle to lead QI projects in NeoTRIPs and support trainees to collaborate on multi-centre projects to improve outcomes for babies in our units.
I’m a newly appointed ST6 GRID trainee from Scotland but working in the North-East deanery having done all my paediatrics training in the North-East. I have a keen interest in education, mentoring and the patient journey. Recently, I have been working in multiple projects with a focus in the understanding of metabolic bone disease of […]
I completed my medical school and Paediatric training in India. After that, I went to Singapore and did a PICU fellowship in National University Hospital, Singapore before moving to the UK in 2018. In the UK, I have worked as a middle grade clinical fellow in several units including the NICU in the Royal London […]