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Celebrating 10 years of successes in the Department of Medicine

Members of the Department of Medicine
Clockwise from TLHC: MSc Human Molecular Genetics alumni at this year’s graduation ceremony with Professor Toby Andrew and Dr Filippo Tamanini; Vanessa Powell, Joanna Thompson, Vicky Salem and Leah Grey, who helped to lead and coordinate the Department’s successful Athena SWAN Silver Award renewal; Members of the Paediatric Infectious Disease research team at this year’s President’s Awards ceremony; Dr Djordje Gveric and Professor Richard Reynolds working in the Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Tissue Bank.

Before the launch of the new Faculty of Medicine structure on 1 August 2019, we reflect on a decade of successes in the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London.

This overview captures just a small number of the countless contributions of our staff and students over the years. We would like to thank all members of the Department, past and present, their immeasurable hard work, friendship and support.


As it happened: Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism Divisional Away Day

DEM Away Day

The Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism held its 2018 Away Day on Friday 2 November at The Royal Society in London. (more…)

Watch: DoM hosts inaugural Athena SWAN lecture

On 1 February 2018, the Department of Medicine hosted its inaugural Athena SWAN lecture.

The lecture – ‘Driving Performance via Generational Culture Change’ – was delivered by Professor Alexandra Beauregard (Middlesex University Business School).

The talk discussed a number of topics, including:

  • the presence of bias in organisational processes
  • how businesses can benefit from a gender-balanced workforce
  • what a work-life balance means to the modern worker

Watch the lecture in full via YouTube: https://youtu.be/x9yt2LcaKj0