UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences


Women and Girls in Science

To celebrate International Women's Day we're featuring some of our brilliant staff and students at the Faculty of Medical Sciences.
Nekisa Zakeri

Dr Nekisa Zakeri

Dr Nekisa Zakeri is an Honorary Research Fellow. In 2020, she reached the national final of the 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.

Ramani Moonesinghe

Professor Ramani Moonesinghe

Professor Ramani Moonesinghe has been made an OBE for services to anaesthesia, perioperative and critical care.

Dr Susan Heavey and Dr Hayley Pye

Dr Susan Heavey and Dr Hayley Pye

Cancer researchers Dr Susan Heavey and Dr Hayley Pye have created a YouTube channel called Cancer Research Demystified.

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Professor Jennifer Rohn

Jennifer Rohn is a Professorial Research Fellow in the UCL Division of Medicine and Head of the Centre of Urological Biology at UCL.

Prof Caroline Moore

Professor Caroline Moore

Caroline Moore is Professor of Urology at UCL and Honorary Consultant Urological Surgeon at University College Hospital. 

 Mala Maini

Professor Mala Maini

Professor of Viral Immunology in the UCL Division of Infection and Immunity and Consultant Physician in a viral hepatitis clinic.

Dr Claire Roddie

Dr Claire Roddie

Dr Claire Roddie is Associate Professor in Haemato-Oncology at UCL. Watch Claire explain how CAR-T cell therapy works.

Maxine Tran UCL

Professor Maxine Tran

Maxine Tran is Professor of Urology, Honorary Consultant Urological Surgeon, and academic lead for the Centre for Kidney Cancer.

Katherine Woolf UCL

Professor Katherine Woolf

Katherine Woolf is Professor of Medical Education Research and Deputy Lead for Research at UCL Medical School since 2015.

Medical Sciences Lecture Series

UCL Medical Sciences Lecture Series - virtual events designed to inspire you with the fascinating world of medical sciences. View all public lectures.

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Can we grow artificial tissues and organs in the lab?

Prof. Wenhui Song discusses the latest advances and challenges in growing synthetic tissues and organs for regenerative medicine and surgical treatments.

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Why is dental health so important for children?

Dr Susan Parekh, Clinical Senior Lecturer at UCL Eastman Dental Institute, focuses on the problems of children’s poor oral health and the role of the Paediatric Dentist.

Students in Science

We're very proud of our students and alumni. Learn more about their #lifeinmedicalsciences.

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