Melanie Nana is an NIHR clinical research fellow and obstetric medicine registrar and at King’s College London. She holds an endocrinology national training number in Wales but moved to London in 2020 to undertake the clinical fellowship at St. Thomas’ Hospital during which time she was taught obstetric medicine by Professor Nelson-Piercy and completed the Royal College of Physicians credential in Obstetric Medicine. She is the current RCP Trainee Committee Co-Chair.
Melanie has several publications related to obstetric medicine and is co-author of the European Guideline for Liver Disease and Pregnancy and upcoming RCOG Management of Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy and Hyperemesis Gravidarum.
She was awarded an NIHR research training fellowship in 2021. Her PhD, supervised by Professor Williamson, focusses on the nutritional status of women with hyperemesis gravidarum and the neurodevelopmental and metabolic consequences for their children.