Sunjuri Sun is a medical doctor and DPhil student at the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, University of Oxford. She is supervised by Professor Marian Knight, Professor Charles Roehr and Mr Benjamin Allin and is the recipient of the Nuffield Department of Population Health Scholarship. Her area of research focuses upon utilising the big data to investigate long-term outcomes following early childhood surgery.
Prior to joining the unit, Sunjuri completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery with First Class Honours at Monash University in Australia. She was awarded a Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Honours) at Monash University for her honours research project investigating respiratory management strategies for extremely preterm infants, where she was based in the neonatal intensive care unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
Sun S, Ravintharan N, Jassal K, Nandurkar R, Yesul K, Boo E, Smit V, Fitzgerald M. COVID-19 pandemic consciousness: droplet contamination and aerosolization during pleural decompression. ANZ J Surg. 2020 Oct 8:10.1111/ans.16388. doi: 10.1111/ans.16388.
Horne RSC, Sun S, Yiallourou SR, Fyfe KL, Odoi A, Wong FY. Comparison of the longitudinal effects of persistent periodic breathing and apnoea on cerebral oxygenation in term- and preterm-born infants. J Physiol. 2018 Dec;596(23):6021-6031. doi: 10.1113/JP275686.