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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.

Find out more.

Making connections

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.

Contacts

Prof Geraldine Hartshorne, Head of Clinical Faculty
Dolores Towers, Divisional Support Officer, 02476 15115

Clinical Faculty


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.

Research

Our research aims to understand the foundations of health and disease, and to apply the new knowledge gained for the benefit of all, including those in low and middle-income countries.

Biomedical Science
Health Sciences
Clinical Trials Unit
WMS Centres/ Units/ Institutes

Contribute to medical teaching

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.

Find out about the many opportunities to contribute to teaching our MB ChB students.

Our disciplines

WMS has strengths in the following key disciplines:

Research degrees

Supervising a research student
If you’re interested in supervising a student or have any questions regarding supervision, please contact Sean Barrett on wms.rdcoord@warwick.ac.uk who will be able to help.

Studying for a research degree
PhD by Published Work
Latest Clinical Faculty news

WMS Dean receives OBE

Many congratulations to our Dean, Professor Sudhesh Kumar, who received an OBE from the Queen in London on 10 October in recognition of his services to medicine and diabetes care.

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