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James Masters

Clinical Lecturer in Trauma and Orthopaedics

James’ research interest is in infection as a complication of surgery. He completed his DPhil in 2019 in the Oxford Trauma and Emergency Care group investigating surgical site infection after hip fracture surgery. His doctoral work was funded by the Royal College of Surgeons of England and Dunhill Medical Trust. He was recently awarded the AO UK &I Trauma Research Prize for parts of this work.

During his DPhil time James also took part in the University of Oxford/University of Cape Town PhD exchange programme where he gained an interest in exploring clinical effectiveness research beyond the UK. This is an area that he hopes to work in more closely as part of his clinical lecturer post.