Dr Catherine Jeppesen
CCT in Medical Microbiology & Virology (London Deanery, South Coast Rotation) Feb 2011
FRCPath Part 1 2007, Part 2 2010
MSc Clinical Microbiology Queen Mary University of London 2008
MRCP Royal College of Physicians, London 2005
BM BCh Magdalen College, University of Oxford 2001
BA Med Sci Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge 1998
I have worked as a microbiology consultant at DCH since 2012. I was initially the lead doctor for infection control and since 2015 I have been the laboratory lead and clinical lead for the department.
Prior to DCH, as well as completing specialist training in Medical Microbiology and Virology in Brighton/ Worthing/ Chichester/Redhill, I completed a specialist attachment in Public Health Microbiology at PHE Centre for Infections (Colindale), and spent a year as a clinical research fellow with Oxford Vaccine Group working on a typhoid vaccine trial.
Dr Amy Bond
CCT in Medical Microbiology and Virology (Yorkshire and The Humber) August 2017
FRCPath Part 2 2017
FRCPath Part 1 2014
BMBS Peninsula Medical School 2009
BSC(Hons) Physics with Medical Physics 1990
I trained at Peninsula Medical School and completed my Foundation Training in the Southwest. I undertook my speciality training in Medical Microbiology and Virology in Yorkshire and The Humber region, working in Leeds, York and Hull.
On completion of my training I returned to the Southwest and have worked as a Consultant in locum and substantive posts in Dorset and Devon. I have been at Dorset County Hospital since January 2021.