I teach undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional development courses relevant to my research interests and expertise in molecular epidemiology and reproductive health.

I enjoy designing courses, sessions and assessments that are ‘constructively alligned’, which helps student to meet the intended learning outcomes for the teaching. My sessions are interactive and use a range of media and activities. I particularly like using a ‘flipped classroom’ approach where students are given some digital material to read/watch/complete in their own time before coming to a live session to participate in interactive discussions and group tasks.