Daniel is an academic foundation trainee working at University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire with a focus on public health.
Prior to medicine Daniel completed a Bsc in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Salford after which he held numerous roles, most notably; a dementia specialised health care assistant, FE level lecturer in biomedical science and biomedical scientist (blood sciences).
Daniel has conducted research in various topics, including; the impact of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene programmes on health in rural Ethiopia, the diagnosis and management of spinal infections and the role of reverse transcriptase enzymes in acute leukaemia cell lines.
Daniel is a trustee for Hope International Development Agency UK, an organisation dedicated to providing potable water sources to those that need it most.
In his free time Daniel relishes any opportunity to travel and can often be found lost in a good book.