Category: Inspiring Clinicians

Interview: Shubz Upadhyay

Shubz is the front end developer for myGPevents.co.uk with has done a range of things. In travel medicine, he’s looked after patients all over the world. He’s also a clinical lead for the German based health tech company Ada Health, and he codes. It just doesn’t stop for this guy and more things are around the…

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Interview: James Bird

James Bird is the Lead Nurse for Emergency Services at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. Although he doesn’t code in standard languages such as Python or Java he has still managed to provide a software solution that improved the incident reporting that charge nurses encountered in A and E. This software solution that as implemented…

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Interview: Gareth Thompson

Gareth has over 10 years of experience as an Accident & Emergency doctor in the NHS and completed his MBA at London Business School where he was awarded the MSc05 scholarship. He has consulted on several projects across the public and private health sectors from financing rare diseases to improving patient flow in a sports medicine…

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Interview: Gyles Morrison

Born and raised in East London, he graduated from Bart’s & the London School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2011 and worked in a number of specialities across the North East Of Yorkshire including Paediatrics, Acute Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynaecology. After three years of clinical practice, he took the leap in to IT and…

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Interview: Nathan Blake

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…

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Interview: Dr Yu Jeat Chong

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…

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