Dr Claire Thomas

Speciality: Microbiology

Role at hospital

Director of Infection Prevention and Control

 

Specialist interests

Clinical Microbiology, Infectious Diseases

 

Professional memberships

  • Membership of Royal College of Physicians
  • Fellow of Royal College of Pathologists
  • European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
  • British Medical Association
  • Royal Society Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
  • Singapore Infectious Diseases Society

 

Additional information and comments

Dr Thomas trained in Medicine at Oxford University, and St Bartholomews Medical School, London, after completing a PhD thesis in Molecular Virology at Oxford University.

Her registrar training was at Imperial College, in Infectious Diseases and Microbiology.

Research interests include HIV/Hepatitis C co-infection, resistance in gram negatives, new laboratory diagnostics and hospital epidemiology.

She has worked at Consultant level since 2005, beginning at Imperial College NHS Trust, London, before her appointment at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

She has worked abroad in Cambodia, Malawi, and spent 2 years in Singapore, as a Senior Consultant in Infectious Diseases, and General Medicine, at the Singapore General Hospital.

Clinical interests include management of infectious diseases, tropical and travel medicine, global health, hospital epidemiology and infection prevention and control.

 

 

 

 

 


updated 19 July 2017

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