Dr Martina Rodie is a Consultant Neonatologist in the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow and an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Glasgow.
She trained in the West of Scotland and was awarded her PhD from the University of Glasgow in 2017. She was previously the Clinical Lead for the Scottish Differences of Sex Development Managed Clinical Network. Her research interests include differences of sex development, congenital anomalies and rare conditions.
Martina works with babies born prematurely or with complex problems requiring the specialist medical and surgical care provided at the Royal Hospital for Children. Many of these babies are affected by rare conditions.
She has been working with The Office for Rare Conditions since its inception in 2017 and is currently the Clinical Lead. The Office for Rare Conditions, which is supported by the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, the University of Glasgow and Greater Glasgow & Clyde NHS Board, works with patients and families affected by rare, low prevalence and undiagnosed conditions and the healthcare professionals who work with them.