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  • Professor Keyoumars Ashkan, Professor of Neurosurgery, King's College Hospital, London

    • 4 Aug 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Keyoumars Ashkan, professor of neurosurgery, at King's College Hospital in London. Professor Ashkan has a special interest in functional neurosurgery, image-guided surgery, and surgery for brain and spinal tumours. He is president of the British Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, and lead for the Genomics England programme for brain tumours.

  • Sam Thenabadu, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, King's College London

    • 4 Aug 2022

    Today, the subject is Sam Thenabadu, a consultant in emergency medicine at King's College London. Dr Thenabadu is a deputy dean for King's College London medical school, and was lead crowd doctor at the Olympic Stadium in London.

  • Professor John O'Grady, Retired Professor of Hepatology, King's College Hospital, London

    • 21 Jul 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor John O'Grady, who is a recently retired professor of hepatology at King's College Hospital in London. Professor O'Grady is renowned for his research in hepatology, which has shaped the treatment of patients with liver disease.

  • Professor John Moxham, Retired Professor of Respiratory Medicine, King's College London

    • 21 Jul 2022

    Today, the subject is professor John Moxham, a retired professor of respiratory medicine at King's College London. Professor Moxham has had a distinguished career in research and last year was awarded the British Thoracic Society Medal for his contributions to respiratory physiology.

  • Professor Claire Sharpe, Professor of Renal Medicine, King’s College London

    • 18 Jul 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Claire Sharpe, a professor of renal medicine, King’s College London. Professor Sharpe is a national expert in the fields of chronic kidney disease in patients with sickle cell disease.

  • Professor Beverley Hunt, Professor of Haematology, Guy's Hospital in London

    • 18 Jul 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Beverley Hunt, who is a professor of haematology at Guy's Hospital in London. Professor Hunt is an international expert in both thrombosis and haemostasis. Her key achievements include developing national guidelines for the prevention of venous thromboembolism, and setting up her own award-winning charity, Thrombosis UK.

  • Mr Ben Challacombe, Consultant Urologist, Guy's and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London

    • 18 Jul 2022

    Today, the subject is Mr Ben Challacombe, a consultant urologist at Guy's and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London. Mr Challacombe is an expert in robotic surgery, runs the International Robotic Fellowship Programme, and was also involved in the first, televised broadcast of a robotic partial nephrectomy in the UK.

  • Professor Bijan Modarai, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Guy's Hospital, London

    • 18 Jul 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Bijan Modarai who is a professor of vascular surgery and consultant vascular surgeon at Guy's Hospital in London. Professor Modarai is a British Heart Foundation senior clinical research fellow, and he co-manages the largest UK practice of complex endovascular repairs.

  • Professor Tim Lancaster, Dean of Medical School, King's College London

    • 18 Jul 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Tim Lancaster, who is a GP and dean of King's College London Medical School. Professor Lancaster was previously the clinical dean at Oxford where he was also professor of primary care.

  • Professor Janice Rymer, Consultant Gynaecologist, Guy's Hospital in London

    • 30 Jun 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Janice Rymer, the national specialty advisor for gynaecology for NHS England and Improvement. She has also held many senior leadership roles within the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and King's College London Medical School.

  • Dr Aleksandar Ivetic, Reader in Cardiovascular Biology, King's College London

    • 30 Jun 2022

    Today, the subject is Dr Aleksandar Ivetic, a principal investigator of a large lab researching leukocyte recruitment, and also the postgraduate lead for research for the School of Cardiovascular Medicine and Sciences. Dr Ivetic has a strong interest in understanding how immune cells respond to myocardial infarction.

  • Dr James Galloway, an Academic Rheumatologist and Senior Lecturer at King's College London

    • 30 Jun 2022

    Today, the subject is Dr James Galloway, an academic rheumatologist and senior lecturer at King's College London. His research is focused on clinical epidemiology, especially relating to pharmacovigilance.

  • Professor Timothy Jackson, Professor of Retinal Research, King's College London

    • 23 Jun 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Timothy Jackson, professor of retinal research at King's College London. Professor Jackson has a strong interest in retinal disease.

  • Dr Simon Broughton, Director of Child's Health, King's College Hospital

    • 16 Jun 2022

    Today, the subject is Dr Simon Broughton, a general paediatrician and Director of Child's Health at King's College Hospital. Dr Broughton holds multiple senior roles in education and training, including the recruitment lead for the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

  • Professor Jeanette Dickson, President of the Royal College of Radiologists

    • 12 May 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Jeanette Dickson, a consultant clinical oncologist and president of the Royal College of Radiologists. Professor Dickson’s main clinical interest is in the multimodal management of thoracic malignancies and she also maintains a strong interest in medical education.

  • Mr Edward Morris, President of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

    • 12 May 2022

    Today, the subject is Mr Edward Morris, a consultant gynaecologist and president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Mr Morris has a strong interest in both menopause and endometriosis.

  • Professor Adrian James, President of Royal College of Psychiatry

    • 24 Mar 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Adrian James, a consultant forensic psychiatrist in Devon and president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Professor James has held a series of senior leadership roles and has also been heavily involved with the royal college, bringing a quality improvement approach to workforce wellbeing. 

  • Professor Andrew Goddard, President of Royal College of Physician

    • 24 Mar 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Andrew Goddard, a consultant gastroenterologist and president of the Royal College of Physicians, the youngest president in more than 400 years.

  • Professor Mike Osborn, President of Royal College of Pathologists

    • 24 Mar 2022

    Today, the subject is Professor Michael Osborn, a consultant histopathologist and president of the Royal College of Pathologists. Professor Osborn divides his time between post-mortems, diagnostic gastrointestinal histopathology, bowel screening and medical education.