Meetings with shubz has turned into a weekly ritual. My postgrad is looming and we are getting close to a finished product. Shubz has not only coded the front end he has made the pages responsive and friendly to mobile usage. I have managed to fuse the backend data models with forms on the pages. … Continue reading I’m late again ….. where does the time go?!
Today I got to see the insides of a medical physics academic’s office at UCL. The office was littered with books, tech, papers and a whiteboard scrawled with equations. I cannot help feel at home. The mess invoked the emotion that the academic is a person of action, a doer. This is irrational; a room … Continue reading Pitching my book to academic publishers
Nathan was nurse for 12 years while completing an MSc in statistics and an MRes in clinical research and beginning a BSc in physics. While he finishes that he is undertaking a PhD at UCL in mathematical modelling in biology - specifically looking to develop statistical techniques to interpret spectroscopic data to improve the diagnosis … Continue reading Interview: Nathan Blake
Every now and again I have a twitter day. This means that when I’m out or doing something mundane I will scroll through my twitter feeds responding to multiple tweets and then responding to the replies. Until I develop the self-control of only responding to a few posts I will not be able to do … Continue reading No evidence for parachutes is rarely a clever response
Hi everybody, my name is Dr. Abison Logeswaran and I’m currently working as a specialty registrar in Ophthalmology at the Royal Free London. Upon completion of my medical degree, I went on to complete my MSc in Health Informatics at City University London. Completing my MSc part-time while undertaking my foundation training (first two years … Continue reading The Digital Doctor
Here we are again, meeting in Soho. Shubz has developed the front end of the landing page with an interest form. I’ve developed the data models for the back end of the site. Courses, providers, and categories all have to interact with each other and inherit attributes. The only issue I have now is welding … Continue reading Freedom…… it’s addictive
Dr Chong Graduated from Imperial College London and is now a ophthalmology trainee. He organises talks and courses at a range of events including venues like Imperial Warf in London and the Royal Society of Medicine. Yu Jeat has a keen business mind and has completed an MSc in informatics. Alongside his clinical practice, he has also … Continue reading Interview: Dr Yu Jeat Chong
When it comes to tech meetings I just love Soho. The lively streets are slightly frayed at the edges and the whole neighborhood oozes an optimistic, none pretentious energy. One street sports trendy coffee shops whilst the next hosts drug dealers who are so blatant at their trade, I’m shocked they’re not arrested within minutes. … Continue reading Where are we going in life?