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Tom Moberly

Tom Moberly has been the UK Editor of The BMJ since August 2016, and joined The BMJ in November 2012 as the editor of BMJ Careers. Before working at The BMJ, he was the deputy news editor of GP magazine. He has also worked as a science reporter for Scrip World Pharmaceutical News and as a news and features writer for The Pharmaceutical Journal.

He completed an MSc in Neuroscience at Oxford University, during which his work focused on investigating language processing using brain imaging techniques and studying the genetics of autism using gene sequencing. Before his MSC, he completed a BA(Hons) in psychology, philosophy, and physiology, also at Oxford University.

You can follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/tommoberly.

I declare that that I have read and understood the BMJ Group policy on declarations of interest. I hereby declare the following interests, according to the policy.

© I have the following interests to declare:

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I am a member of the committee of the charity HealthWatch, a voluntary non-profit-making body that works to assist the development of good practices in the assessment and testing of treatments and the conduct of clinical trials.

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