Victoria Sephton graduated from Leeds University Medical School in 1995 and undertook specialist training in Liverpool. In 1999 - 2001 she joined the Hewitt Centre as a clinical research fellow, where she was trained in assisted conception and reproductive medicine. During this post was lead investigator for a phase 3 clinical trial, gaining detailed knowledge of the rigours of research and how to obtain and report high quality data.
Following her completion of training she was appointed as a Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at Warrington & Halton NHS Foundation Trust in 2011. As well as being the Lead for Acute Gynaecology and Early Pregnancy she also has established the One Stop Fertility Clinic and has a special interest in recurrent pregnancy loss.
As part of her commitment to education she is an RCOG preceptor for Early Pregnancy Ultrasound Advanced Training. She is also Less than full time training advisor for Health Education North West , Mersey Deanery, and sits on the executive board for training.
Awards and merits:
Awarded £ 40,000 grant for phase 3 clinical trial - Ferring Pharmaceuticals 2001.