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Sarah Haynes

DPhil Student


Sarah is a junior doctor from Sydney, Australia with a passion for global women's health. Sarah graduated from the University of New South Wales, Sydney in 2021 with a Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Medical Studies. Sarah worked as a junior doctor for almost two years in Australia, before being awarded the Rhodes Scholarship to undertake post-graduate study at Oxford University. 

Sarah is currently undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy in Women's and Reproductive Health under the supervision of Professor Jane Hirst and Professor Simon Stanworth. Her research area of interest is iron deficiency anaemia in pregnancy, with a particular focus on the consequences in pregnancy and the role of novel diagnostics. 


  • Doctor of Medicine (MD), University of New South Wales 2021
  • Bachelor of Medical Studies, University of New South Wales 2018 
  • Diploma of Speech and Communication, Australian Speech and Communication Association 2014