Zahra is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Midwifery. She joined Kings College London in 2016 as a Clinical Teacher, having worked clinically at University College London Hospital. There she gained experience in specialist areas including female genital mutilation (FGM) and multiple pregnancies.
Subsequently, Zahra completed a PGCert in Clinical Education from Kings College London, became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and attained an MSc in Global Public Health & Policy from Queen Mary University of London.
In 2018, Zahra was appointed as a Teaching Fellow and currently teaches across various midwifery modules within the Faculty, for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She is also a Link Lecturer to Imperial College Hospital Trusts.
Zahra’s specific areas of interest include; global health, obstetric emergencies, FGM and health inequalities.