Sheba graduated in Medicine with a distinction (in both clinical sciences and special studies) from Guys, Kings and St Thomas’ School of Medicine and also holds a BSc (1st Class Hons) in Human Biology. She completed joint clinical and academic foundation training at Kings College Hospital and Hammersmith Hospital. Sheba also obtained experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology before proceeding to core medical training at Kings College Hospital and was appointed as an academic SpR in Endocrinology and Diabetes in the North West Thames rotation in 2010. She is currently undertaking a clinical research fellowship funded by the Wellcome Trust.
Sheba has enjoyed bedside teaching since the outset of becoming a junior doctor and has held a position of clinical skills facilitator in the past and she is also involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching at Imperial College London. Since 2013, Sheba has taught on the Ealing PACES course and she feels that this is a well-established course having personally developed the necessary skills required to approach the PACES exam when she attended as an SHO. As a tutor on the course now, she feels that the course structure allows ample time and exposure for candidates to obtain the same benefits as she did. Candidates can expect to see an excellent breadth of cases, fine tune their clinical skills and obtain constructive feedback