Maya graduated from the University of New South Wales in Sydney in 2003 and then moved to the North East of England where she completed her basic surgical training. She took a research post in orthopaedics and was awarded an MSc in Evidence Based Medicine (orthopaedics) from Teesside University. She started training in radiology in the Northern Deanery in 2009, completed training in 2014 and undertook her post-CCT musculoskeletal fellowship at Leeds Teaching Hospitals in 2015. She returned to South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in 2016 after a short spell in Manchester Royal Infirmary, as a consultant musculoskeletal radiologist. She has been the Royal College of Radiologists iRefer MSK Editor since 2020. She has also been the regional Fellowship of Royal College of Radiologists 2A musculoskeletal lead since 2020. She has published several peer-reviewed articles and a book chapter.
- BSc(MedSc) MBBS MRCS MSc (evidence based orthopaedics) FRCR
A Prospective comparative study of quantitative X-ray (QXR) versus dual energy X-ray absorptiometry to determine the performance of QXR as a predictor of bone health for adult patients in secondary care
Rangan A, Tuck SP, Scott PD, Kottam L, Jafari M, Watson T, Lopez B, Crone B, Whitbread T, Ratcliffe A (2021)
Ultrasound-guided sub-acromial-subdeltoid bursa corticosteroid injections: a study of short- and long-term outcomes
Fawcett R, Grainger A, Robinson P, Jafari M, Rowbotham E (2018)
Mortality and re-operation in proximal femoral fractures: does it matter who operates?
Khunda A, Jafari M, Alawazzi S, Mountain A, Hui A C W (2013)
Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery