Dr Chandratre is a consultant Rheumatologist who graduated in 2005 from the University Of Wales College Of Medicine with MBBch and first class honours BSc in Molecular and cellular Biology. She completed foundation and core medical training in West and East Midlands respectively. She started Rheumatology registrar training in Liverpool and subsequently gained an academic fellowship from the NIHR School for Primary Care Research to undertake a doctoral thesis at Keele University researching the Health Related Quality of Life in Gout.
After completing her Rheumatology training, Dr Chandratre returned to the West Midlands and has been a consultant at Sandwell & West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust since March 2017. She is a general rheumatologist and has expertise in a range of Rheumatological conditions. She performs a wide range of joint and soft tissue injections. Her special interests are in auto-inflammatory diseases such as crystal arthritis and Behcets syndrome. She is developing into the role of the lead for the National Centre of Excellence for Behcets Disease.
She is also the lead for Community rheumatology and the Medical infusion unit. She serves as a Medical Examiner for the trust, which promotes learning from deaths. She has published in peer reviewed journals and presented nationally and internationally. Her current research is investigating the prevalence and incidence of Behcets disease in the UK. In addition she is a tutor for medical students in years 3 and 4. Dr Chandratre also actively engages in providing clinical teaching to allied health professionals, junior colleagues and GPs (peer led teaching).
During her spare time is devoted towards her two young children and her husband who is also a doctor. Dr Chandratre enjoys cooking, music and sports.
Education and distinctions
- July 2015 | PhD (Health Related Quality of Life in Gout: A mixed methods study), Keele University
- July 2005 | MBBCh (Merit) University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff
- June 2003| Intercalated BSc (1st class Honours) Cellular and Molecular Pathology, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff