TeachMedics Mentorship

HELPING DOCTORS ACHIEVE THEIR FULL POTENTIAL

Available Tutors

Dr. Yang Chen BMBCh MA MRCP

yang.chen@teachmedics.com

 

Current Role:

NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow (Cardiology), ST4

Yang has trained at Cambridge, Oxford and more recently London, where he completed Foundation training in the North West Thames deanery, obtaining his full MRCP as an FY2. He completed his Core medical training in August 2017 and won the Royal College of Physicians Teale Essay prize in his CT1 year. Since October 2017, Yang has held an Academic Clinical Fellowship post at UCL in Cardiology. Yang has a passion for teaching, with 300+ hours of high-quality feedback. He has been nominated and recognised as a stand-out teacher. His skills have led him to holding a formal teaching role as an ALS instructor as well as lecturing and mentoring QMUL Bart’s medical students. 

Interview Experience:

CMT/ACCS-AM, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship, ST3 Clinical Cardiology 

Dr. Fielder Camm BMBCh MA MRCP

fielder.camm@teachmedics.com

 

Current Role:

NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow (Cardiology), ST4

Fielder is currently an ACF in cardiology in Oxford undertaking a research year working at the Nuffield Department of Public Health examining risk factors and determinants of atrial fibrillation within the UKB biobank population.  When applying for CMT he ranked 1st of all London applicants and has recently secured a scholarship to undertake a DPhil in cardiology at the University of Oxford.

Interview Experience:

CMT/ACCS-AM, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship, DPhil/PhD

Dr. Hussam Rostom BMBCh MA MRCP FHEA

hussam.rostom@teachmedics.com

Current Role:

Chemical Pathology & Metabolic Medicine Trainee, ST4

 

Hussam qualified with a first class BA during his pre-clinical years at Cambridge, having been top of his class and obtaining numerous prizes during his time there. He moved to Oxford for his clinical training, where he obtained a distinction overall, and is currently completing his Core Medical Training in Oxford with an interest in Metabolic Medicine. He has a long-standing passion for teaching and has accumulated extensive teaching experience with excellent feedback. In addition, he has recently become a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in addition to his role as Doll Teaching Fellow at Green Templeton College in Oxford.

 

Interview Experience:

CMT/ACCS-AM, Doll Fellowship (Green Templeton College, Oxford), ST3 Metabolic Medicine

 

Dr. Nicholas Sunderland BMBCh BA MRCP

nicholas.sunderland@teachmedics.com

 

Current role: 

Cardiac Electrophysiology Research Fellow, Auckland Bioengineering Institute

Nick completed his undergraduate medical training at Oxford, attaining numerous prizes, merits and distinctions as well as a high first class honours degree in Myocardial, Vascular, and Respiratory biology. He then moved to London after accepting a place on the Cardiology Academic Foundation Programme at King's College Hospital. Since then he has completed his ACCS-acute medicine core training in the South London Deanery and is currently undertaking a 2 year research fellowship in the field of cardiac electrophysiology at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Interview experience:

Academic Foundation Programme, CMT/ACCS-AM

Dr. Myura Nagendran BMBCh MA MRCP FRCA

myura.nagendran@teachmedics.com

 

Current Role:

Intensive Care Medicine Trainee, ST4

Myura completed Academic Foundation training in London and obtained his full MRCP during FY2. He is one of only a handful of trainees to have then achieved full FRCA during core anaesthetic training. Myura is an Honorary Clinical Research Fellow at Imperial College London with over 40 published papers including work in the BMJ, The Lancet and the Cochrane Database. He has developed special expertise in conducting reviews, including an international guideline for AF surgery and consultancy work for UCLP aimed at identifying cost-saving opportunities for large health providers. Myura ranked first in London recruitment to the NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowships in Intensive Care Medicine and began his post at Royal Free Hospital from August 2018 at ST4 level. Myura is keen to support young aspiring doctors navigate the challenges of combining a clinical and academic career.

Interview Experience:

Academic Foundation Programme, CMT/ACCS-AM, Core Anaesthetics/ACCS-anaesthetics, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship, Intensive Care Medicine,  ST3

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Dr. Dominic Crocombe MBBS MRCP

dominic.crocombe@teachmedics.com

 

Current Role:

Core Medical Trainee, CT1

Dom studied medicine at UCL and is currently a Core Medical Trainee with professional interests in gastroenterology, nutrition and global health. He has been heavily involved in medical education as both student and doctor with notable experiences in peer-to-peer teaching and improving preparedness at transition points. He has published in Medical Teacher and presented at international conferences on medical education. Having worked on TeachMedics’ annual How to Survive F1 by F1 course for several years, Dominic took on the role of Course Co-ordinator in 2018.

Interview Experience:

CMT/ACCS-AM