Academic Profile: Dr Sally Frampton
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Following her undergraduate degree in Politics and Sociology at the University of Bristol, Sally worked in the library and archives sector in London for a number of years. Following this she completed an MA and PhD in the history of medicine at University College London. Her PhD thesis looked at the controversial introduction of ovarian surgery into medical practice in the nineteenth century. She is currently turning this research into a monograph.
Sally came to Oxford in March 2014 as a Postdoctoral Research Assistant on the AHRC funded project Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the 19th and 21st Centuries, headed by Professor Sally Shuttleworth. Her research looks at the rich variety of ways non-professional persons contributed to medical knowledge and debate during the nineteenth century. In 2018, she joined the the Diseases of Modern Life project https://diseasesofmodernlife.org/.