While at Oxford earning her undergraduate degree, Rodina focused her academic interests on the genetics and developmental biology of the immune system, which led her to undertake research at the Institute of Molecular Pathology in Vienna. There, she pursued how stem cells signal between each other in embryonic life stages. Prior to embarking on medical school, Rodina followed her passion for dance and trained professionally at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, founded by Sir Paul McCartney. Following her internship, Rodina ranked in the top 5% of candidates to win a place on one of the leading residency programs in the UK in her chosen specialty of anesthesiology. Rodina delivers anesthesia for a vast array of surgeries, cares for the sickest patients on the Intensive Care Unit, is the airway specialist on the hospital on-call emergency resuscitation team, and has additional expertise in pain management. Rodina is an instructor for the Resuscitation Council UK, teaching students and colleagues life-saving skills for cardiac arrest situations. She is also Guest Faculty at London South Bank University. Presently, she is in a Fellowship in the Intensive Care of premature and newborn babies in her hometown of London.