Author: Department of Immunology and Inflammation Communications

In profile: Dr Wayne Mitchell, Senior Teaching Fellow

Wayne Mitchell

This post was originally published on the Department of Medicine Staff Blog on 20 November 2018.

Dr Wayne Mitchell is a Senior Teaching Fellow who has been awarded a President’s Award for Excellence in Supporting the Student Experience, in recognition of his efforts to create a better learning environment for students. We spoke to him more about his role for the latest instalment of our Staff Profile series.

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In profile: Dr Sophie Rutschmann, Senior Lecturer and Academic Lead for Postgraduate Education (Faculty of Medicine)

Dr Sophie Rutschmann
Dr Sophie Rutschmann

This post was originally published on the Department of Medicine Staff Blog on 25 January 2019.

In the latest instalment of our Staff Profile series, we spoke to Dr Sophie Rutschmann about balancing her two roles as a Senior Lecturer and Academic Lead for Postgraduate Education in the Faculty of Medicine, the far-reaching benefits of teaching, and fostering an effective learning environment for students.

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In profile: Professor Frederick Tam, Ken and Mary Minton Chair of Renal Medicine

Professor Frederick Tam
Professor Frederick Tam

This post was originally published on the Department of Medicine Staff Blog on 19 February 2019

In the latest instalment of our Staff Profile series, we spoke to Professor Frederick Tam about the importance of curiosity, and the key challenges facing the future of healthcare and medicine.

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Getting to know the new Department of Immunology and Inflammation

Department of Immunology and Inflammation
Members of the new Department of Immunology and Inflammation gathered at the Academy of Medical Sciences in central London. 

This post was originally published on the Department of Medicine Staff Blog on 20 May 2019.

On Friday 10 May, academics gathered at the Academy of Medical Sciences to define the direction and priorities of the new Department of Immunology and Inflammation, ahead of its official launch this August.


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