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STFS academic foundation doctor (2010-2012)
Dr Ahmed completed academic foundation training at King’s College London, receiving the ‘outstanding trainee’ award whilst also serving as trainee representative for South Thames Foundation School. His research focused on the role of alveolar nitric oxide in sickle cell disease. He has also published and presented internationally on reducing health inequality and improving patient participation and access to health services.
For further information see https://www.fmlm.ac.uk/naeem-ahmed.
Entry updated: March 2014
STFS academic foundation doctor (2008-10)
Dr Kumar is a specialty trainee at the Oxford School of Anaesthesia. He is living in Antarctica for 13 months during 2012/13, conducting human spaceflight research for the European Space Agency and is researching human physiology and psychology as part of the agency’s preparations for a possible manned mission to Mars.Website: www.alexanderkumar.comBlog: www.esa.int/concordiaEuropean Space Agency website: http://www.south2014.com/the-team.html Entry updated: June 2012