I'm an emergency doctor from the UK who has been working for MSF for four years.
In that time I've worked mainly in emergency projects, including for fourteen months in Syria. I've also worked in conflicts in the Central African Republic and East Ukraine, in Ethiopian camps for refugees from South Sudan, and twice for natural disasters in the Philippines, including running MSF's inflatable hospital in Tacloban, a city devastated by Typhoon Yolanda.
I was most recently working as MSF's emergency coordinator for North Yemen.
When I'm not working for MSF I work as a medic at Glastonbury Festival.