Kate is as a consultant obstetric physician at Barts Health NHS Trust and physician-lead of the North-East London maternal medicine network. She was lead investigator for a multicentre prospective cohort study examining the implications of CKD for women’s health and pregnancy. She has published articles on pre-pregnancy counselling, gestational acute kidney injury, superimposed pre-eclampsia in women with chronic kidney disease, transplantation in pregnancy, glomerular disease in women, thyroid disease in pregnancy, and management of inflammatory bowel disease in pregnancy. She member of both the UK expert consensus group on kidney disease in pregnancy and the international KDIGO international group examining controversies in women’s health and kidney disease. She is lead author of the first UK guideline for the management of pregnancy in women with kidney disease. She has authored chapters on obstetric nephrology for the Oxford Textbook of Clinical Medicine, Oxford Textbook of Clinical Nephrology, Comprehensive Clinical Nephrology and Chesley’s Hypertension. She is an author of the popular Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine.