Rebecca Stoner

Clinical Research Fellow

I studied medicine at the University of Aberdeen, with a year out studying Medical Engineering at QMUL.

I became interested in trauma and orthopaedics and undertook my elective with the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine in Birmingham.

 Between Foundation training in Oxford and Core Surgical Training in Mersey, I completed the MSc Orthopaedic Trauma Sciences at QMUL.

My dissertation was a systematic review of the accuracy of scoring systems to predict amputation in paediatric mangled limb injuries. 

I commenced higher training in Trauma & Orthopaedics in the North West (Mersey) Deanery in 2019, and was delighted for the opportunity to step out of training to join the COMBAT-AID group at C4TS. 

My research is in the field of prognostic modelling in acute traumatic coagulopathy and limb salvage. I am looking at how Bayesian Networks can aid decision making in these areas of trauma in both military and civilian contexts. 

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