Sally is professor in medical microbiology at the University of East London.
Sally’s expertise has evolved from arthropod-borne borrelial infections to encompass a wide array of bacterial zoonoses including Rickettsia, Coxiellla, Leptospira and Bartonella. This work has gone from field-based studies through to molecular profiling and from developing countries to those in more affluent nations.
She’s extensively involved with dissemination of research and serves in several editorial and advisory roles. She currently serves on SfAM’s meetings subcommittee and has been a regular participant at SfAM meetings for a number of years.