Tel: 020 7188 3148
Area of expertise: parasite infections, vaccines, community-acquired bacterial infections and antimicrobial resistance
Anna Goodman is a consultant in infectious diseases and general (internal) medicine. She runs a general infectious diseases clinic Thursday afternoons at Guy’s Hospital.
Anna trained in medicine at Oxford University and the University of London. She experienced medicine abroad in Vanuatu and Kenya and completed a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. She returned to obtain UK clinical infection training in Oxford.
She was awarded an MRC clinical training fellowship and undertook research into vaccines for malaria. She completed a DPhil on this topic at the University of Oxford. Following completion of her DPhil she gained specialist clinical experience as a registrar at Northwick Park Hospital (specialising in tuberculosis and imported infections), the Royal Free Hospital (developing an interest in bone infections) and the Hospital for Tropical Diseases.
Education and training
- MRCP (infectious diseases)
- MA (Oxon)
- MBBS (Oxford University and University College London).
- Parasite infections
- Community-acquired bacterial infections and antimicrobial resistance
- Bone and joint infection.
- Host response to vaccination
- Antibiotic selection, duration and usage in infection
- Malaria vaccines