Professor Geraldine Harshorne
Head of Clinical Faculty
Professor Hartshorne is a clinical scientist and academic, whose specialism is in IVF and infertility. She became the first Head of Clinical Faculty in 2015 and has led a range of developments aimed at promoting communication and collaboration across organisational boundaries, including renewing the application process for Honorary Associations.
Professor Colin Macdougall
Head of MB ChB
Professor Macdougall's main interest is in the development of Case-Based Learning curricula, particularly for graduate-entry students, and the role of the UK medical elective in modern medical curricula. He is also interested in the epidemiology of fatal and severe allergic reactions to food in children and runs a local paediatric allergy service at University Hospital, Coventry.
Dr Catherine Bennett
Principal Teaching Fellow
Catherine's key responsibilities at Warwick Medical School include academic leadership of faculty development for our MB ChB course and postgraduate teaching on our Masters in Medical Education.
As Academic Lead for Faculty Development for our graduate-entry MB ChB Catherine leads the development of strategy for teacher development, including for clinical teachers in all our partner NHS trusts and primary care.
Professor Charles Hutchinson
Clinical Imagining, IAT Lead
Professor Hutchinson looks at the changes seen on CT in interstitial fibrosis, the patterns of change seen in prothesis loosening on PET-CT imaging and characterising MR in brown fat imaging and in mytotis.
Dr Jason Madan
Director of Postgraduate Research Programmes
Dr Madan’s research involves the application of economic methods to health technology assessment in a wide range of clinical settings, including cancer, mental health, and tuberculosis.
His current responsibility as director of PGR programmes builds on his experience of developing and delivering health economics training for both specialists and non-specialists and his enthusiasm for encouraging and supporting postgraduate research students.
Professor Lawrence Young
Pro-Dean for External Affairs
Professor Young is internationally recognised for his work on the role of virus infection (Epstein–Barr virus and human papillomavirus) in the pathogenesis of various tumours.
He joined WMS full time in September 2017 as Pro-Dean for External Affairs, with a focus on developing our external partnerships.