UCL Medical School is proud to hold a Silver Athena Swan award for good employment practices for women working in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine (STEMM) in higher education and research.
Working alongside our academics are a dedicated team of Professional Services staff who support our full spectrum of activity. A full list of divisional staff and their contact details can be found on our A-Z Staff Directory.
- Professor Deborah Gill
Director of UCL Medical School
In April 2015 Deborah was appointed Professor of Medical Education and Director of the Division after a nine month period as Interim Director.
During this time she has restructured the Division into four broad areas of activity: the MBBS Programme; Postgraduate Medical Education; The Medical Education Research Unit; and MSEC – the consultancy unit of the Medical School.
Deborah is an active researcher and international education consultant and is a senior academic GP in North London.
- Dr Ann Griffin
Deputy Director and Head of Research Department of Medical Education.
Ann is Deputy Director of UCL Medical School, Head of the Research Department of Medical Education, and lead for all postgraduate activity.
She is senior academic and practising General Practitioner. She has specific expertise in the Quality Assurance of Medical Education and has responsibility for the overall quality of the student experience at UCL.
- Lee Standen
Lee is a professional administrator and manager with extensive experience of higher education.
A social sciences graduate, Lee has a postgraduate qualification in higher education management and has worked in a number of roles across UCL.
- Gaynor Jones
Head of MBBS Management
Gaynor has extensive experience in MBBS programme management having contributed to the mergers of 3 medical schools and, in 2011, leading a major re-structuring of MBBS professional services to establish the team within the newly created Division of UCL Medical School.
A language graduate, Gaynor has a Postgraduate Certificate in Education and a particular interest in medical education. Gaynor contributes to consultancy activities and leads a project in collaboration with Medical Schools Council to process the national SJT examination for all medical graduates applying for foundation training.