I am an Anatomist and a General Practitioner in the National Health Service. I formerly worked as an Anatomy Teaching Fellow at the University of Birmingham, teaching undergraduate medical, dental, pharmacy and biomedical material science students. I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a member of the following learned societies, The Royal Society of Medicine, Royal Society of Biology, Anatomical Society and the British Association of Clinical Anatomists.
I graduated as a medical doctor from Queen Mary University of London, St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London School of Medicine. My postgraduate clinical training included the following specialities, general medicine & surgery, diabetes, metabolic medicine, hepatology, emergency medicine, upper GI surgery, urology, stroke medicine, psychiatry and general practice.
I read for an MSc in Functional and Clinical Anatomy from the University of Birmingham and graduated with distinction. My areas of particular interest include regional anatomy of the head & neck and neuroanatomy. I founded Clinical Anatomy Courses, to allow me to pursue my passion for teaching and developing unique and engaging course content. I’m also fortunate to have the opportunity to teach on dissection based courses, in the Netherlands with my colleague Karl Jacobs from Anatomy Inside.