Healthcare professionals and external collaborators are vital to our work here at Warwick Medical School, contributing their expertise to enhance our educational and research activities. Their contributions ensure that our programmes are not only academically excellent, but also directly relevant to clinical practice and benefit the community that we serve.
Honorary and visiting title applications
The University of Warwick offers a range of honorary titles to key external individuals who help and support our mission. Medical teachers, research collaborators and prospective visitors are welcome to apply, as well as those undertaking integrated academic training (IAT).
Having an honorary title facilitates your connection with academia and enables WMS to ensure that your expert contribution is recognised.
We welcome new enquiries from prospective collaborators and partners.
If you are looking for a research collaborator, teachers in a specialist area, authoritative guidance from experts or a media comment, search our web pages or speak to us about suitable contacts.
The Clinical Faculty at Warwick Medical School emcompasses the continually evolving network of all those who contribute to the School's progress in providing quality education, exciting and productive research and healthcare improvement.
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Warwick is a small medical school that works closely with a wide range of both internal and external clinical experts to provide a rounded and exciting curriculum for our graduate student intake.
WMS has strengths in the following key disciplines:
- Critical care
- Mental health
- Academic Primary Care
- Public health
- Reproductive health
Latest Clinical Faculty news
In this study, UHPLC-MS/MS lipidomics was used to measure the dynamic changes in lipid composition as a function of age and gender throughout the lifespan of genetically identical male and female D. magna. The collaborative study between Mirbahai and Viant groups demonstrated that more than half of all lipids measured, including triglycerides and diglycerides are statistically different between female and male D. magna with age. This study provides a benchmark dataset to enhance our understanding of the significant role of lipids in regulation of health and disease.
Constantinou, J. k., Southam, A. D., Kvist, J., Jones, M. R., Viant, M. R., Mirbahai, L. (2020) Characterisation of the dynamic nature of lipids throughout the lifespan of genetically identical female and male Daphnia magna. Scientific Reports, 10 (1): 5576, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-62476-z.