clinical fellow

clinical fellow

A junior doctor trainee post in the UK which may be filled by a specialist registrar—e.g., in paediatrics, surgery, or emergency medicine.
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She is grateful to her clinical fellow, Dr Stephen Fenning, for his contribution to this article.
She was a Fellow in Medical Oncology and Clinical Fellow in Medicine at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, and a Fellow in Medical Oncology and Pharmacology at Yale University School of Medicine, where she also served as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine.
WWRC Anaesthesiology Department staff who contributed to the textbook include Dr Roshan Fernando, senior consultant; Dr Mitko Kocarev, consultant; Dr Fatima Khatoon, consultant; and Dr Sikha Shastham Valappil, clinical fellow. Dr Fernando, who was the primary editor of the textbook said it will be a vital resource for clinicians dealing with the complex healthcare needs of pregnant patients, where care is tailored to the needs of two patients (mother and child).
The WWRC Anaesthesiology Department staff who contributed to the textbook include Senior Consultant Dr Roshan Fernando, Consultant Dr Mitko Kocarev, Consultant Dr Fatima Khatoon and Clinical Fellow Dr Sikha Shastham Valappil.
Dr Gospel, aircrew doctor and clinical fellow in paediatric intensive care at the Freeman, was part of the team delivering ECMO therapy in hospital.
Dr Gospel, aircrew doctor and clinical fellow in paediatric intensive care at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, was part of the team responsible for delivering the ECMO therapy in hospital.
Alimena, a clinical fellow in obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, presented a large, retrospective study showing that use of brachytherapy mediated survival differences by race.
Golam Khandaker, a Wellcome Trust Intermediate Clinical Fellow at the University of Cambridge, led the new research with his colleague Stephen Burgess.
Larcher is a clinical fellow in the Intensive Care Medicine Department at the University Hospital of Montpellier.
Dr Kai Hensel, a senior clinical fellow at Cambridge University, said: "Unpleasant as hangovers are, we should remember that they do have one important benefit, at least: they are a protective warning sign."
Dr Kai Hensel, a senior clinical fellow at Cambridge University and senior author of the study, said: "Unpleasant as hangovers are, we should remember that they do have one important benefit, at least: they are a protective warning sign that will certainly have aided humans over the ages to change their future behaviour.
Study leader Dr Sean Zheng, academic clinical fellow in cardiology at King's College London, said: 'This study demonstrates that there is insufficient evidence to recommend routine aspirin use in the prevention of heart attacks, strokes and cardiovascular deaths in people without cardiovascular disease.'

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