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Information for current MBBS Students and Staff
Welcome to the MBBS website which holds information to help students and staff to navigate the MBBS, IBSc and MBPhD programmes. These programmes are led by Dr Deborah Gill through UCL Medical School and a team of Vice and Sub Deans drawn from the Medical School and associated NHS Trusts. Student support is led by Divisional Tutor, Dr W Coppola, assisted by a team of Student Support Tutors. The MBBS, IBSc and MBPhD programmes are supported by Medical Student Administration at 3 campus offices.
To all UCL MBBS students
We should be very grateful if you would note the email addresses below for contacting Medical Student Administration.
These shared email addresses replace individual staff email addresses and have been introduced to facilitate more efficient responses to student emails, in particular by enabling teams to cover when individual members of staff are absent.
We should be very grateful if you would direct all your emails to these addresses.
|Year Teams||Year firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Student Support Clinics||Student Support appointments for students in Years email@example.com|
|Student Support appointments for students in Years firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Personal Tutors||Personal Tutors for students in Years email@example.com|
Personal Tutors for students in Year
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If you experience problems logging in to the system please contact the UCL IS helpdesk.