Hoda received her undergraduate medical education from the University of Birmingham in 2008. She is a Specialist Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Birmingham Women’s Hospital.
Hoda was awarded a Springboard Fellowship in 2016 from the University of Birmingham, which funded a large proportion of her PhD in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The PhD focused on establishing a novel national research programme for the study of serious rare condition in early pregnancy and acute gynaecology. She successfully developed a national network of early pregnancy units across the UK and co-ordinated a national study of caesarean scar pregnancy.
In 2014 Hoda was awarded an NIHR HTA grant as a co-applicant for the The PRISM Trial, a randomised placebo-controlled trial investigating the effectiveness of progesterone to prevent miscarriage in women with early pregnancy bleeding: (PRISM Trial: PRogesterone In Spontaneous Miscarriage Trial).
- special interest in miscarriage research and is part of the TOMMY’s research group
- specialist interest in reproductive medicine
- findings of the Trophy trial, a multicentre trial of outpatient hysteroscopy before IVF, after recurrent IVF failures were recently published in the Lancet
Hoda was appointed as an Academic Clinical Lecturer at the University of Birmingham in 2016.