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Dr Aran Singanayagam PhD MRCP

Dr. Aran Singanayagam MRCP PhD is an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Respiratory Medicine at Imperial College London. He qualified from the University of Edinburgh medical school and was awarded distinction in final MBChB examinations and a first class honours Intercalated BSc in physiology. As a clinical academic, he has been involved in clinical and translational research and has published over 40 papers in peer-reviewed journals.

Aran has extensive teaching experience and has  taught examination skills on the PACESAhead course at St. George’s Hospital and acted as a clinical skills tutor and examiner for Green Templeton college at the University of Oxford. He has also been a course organiser for BSc in Global health at Imperial College and a personal tutor for Years 1 to 2 medicine MBChB. at Imperial College.
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Dr Ernie Wong MRCP

Dr Wong is a specialist registrar and clinical research fellow at Imperial College, London. As a clinical academic, he has trained at St. George’s Hospital and is currently completing a PhD at the National Heart and Lung Institute. He was recently nominated for the Young Investigator award at the European Respiratory Society Lung Science Conference.

Ernie has a strong teaching background over a wide range of audiences, from prospective medical students to junior doctors approaching MRCP PACES. He has been tutor for final year medical students at Imperial College and a tutor on the St. George’s PACES course.
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Dr Jaideep Dhariwal MRCP

Dr Dhariwal is a clinical research fellow within the Airway Disease Infection group at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College, London. Jaideep graduated from Imperial College in 2006 and is currently undertaking a PhD investigating the mechanisms of asthma exacerbations and has published in peer reviewed journals as well as presenting his work at international conferences.

Jai has extensive teaching experience developed over the last eight years, for both undergraduate medical students and junior doctors approaching their postgraduate membership examinations. He has talked on the key skills necessary to pass OSCEs at the Royal Society of Medicine, as well as acting as a clinical skills tutor at Imperial College. He has taught small group tutorials on the undergraduate medicine programme at Imperial College as well as providing clinical demonstration on the MSc in Allergy.