Alex is an Infectious Disease Doctor and Researcher from Oxford. This is the fifth instalment of his honest and insightful work/life diary. We may be easing out of lockdown, but it’s certainly not over yet!
As many of you will know, my husband Alex is an Infectious Disease Doctor and Researcher in Oxford UK. This diary gives insight into his daily life on the frontline and how we, his family, are coping.
My husband Dr Alex Mentzer is an Infectious Disease physician and researcher in Oxford, UK. This is the third instalment of his diary of a doctor on the front line..
If you’ve been reading the blog, then you’ll know that Alex is an Infectious Disease Doctor and researcher in Oxford, UK. More about him here. This is the second instalment of his online diary. Friday evening – Oh no – feeling unwell Alex comes home on Friday night feeling achy and chilled. Our son throwsContinue reading “Diary of a Doctor on the Front Line – Chapter 2”
Alex is an Infectious Disease Registrar at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. He’s also a Scientific Group Leader at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics where he specialises in looking at genetic susceptibility to certain diseases. As you already know, his focus right now is coronavirus. I’ve been recording his day-to-day events, thoughts and feelings for the past few weeks. The aim is to give insight into the wonderful work happening here in Oxford, not only by Alex, but by the amazing people at the hospital and university.