Shelly joined the UK Medical Careers Research Group (UKMCRG) in June 2015. Shelly has a degree in Biology (BSc) and a PhD. Before joining the UKMCRG Shelly worked in the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford where she researched the epidemiology and demographic impacts of disease in wild animals. Her work within the UKMCRG has focused on understanding changes in junior doctors’ preparedness and attitude to clinical work and on understanding the determinants of doctors' working patterns.
Factors associated with less-than-full-time working in medical practice: results of surveys of five cohorts of UK doctors, 10 years after graduation.
Lachish S. et al, (2016), Hum Resour Health, 14
Self-reported preparedness for clinical work has increased among recent cohorts of UK-trained first-year doctors.
Lachish S. et al, (2016), Postgrad Med J, 92, 460 - 465
Associations between perceived institutional support, job enjoyment, and intentions to work in the United Kingdom: national questionnaire survey of first year doctors.
Lachish S. et al, (2016), BMC Med Educ, 16
The lyme disease pathogen has no effect on the survival of its rodent reservoir host.
Voordouw MJ. et al, (2015), PLoS One, 10
Evidence of a link between survival and pair fidelity across multiple tit populations
Culina A. et al, (2015), Journal of Avian Biology