Part of the Governing Board of Trustees

Martina Sykorova, Mgr MA MRes

Martina is a doctoral researcher at the School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham, UK. Prior to starting her PhD she worked as a research associate on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership project that looked into current issues in wound care within Nottinghamshire, UK. Between 2014 and 2017 she was involved in the LIMPRINT study led by Professor Christine Moffatt that aimed to estimate the impact and prevalence of chronic oedema worldwide. When working on this project Martina developed her passion for researching lymphoedema which led to her decision to pursue a PhD in this field. Prior to starting her PhD she studied public health, and business and management. Her PhD aims to identify enablers and barriers to a successful chronic oedema & wet legs care pathway implementation in the community.
Martina has worked on several Limprint and other health-related research projects as a part-time researcher in the UK and Denmark.

Martina joined the ILF Board (Young Researcher Member) in June 2019.