Director of the Institute for Women’s Health at UCL and Co-Director of
the Department of Health Policy Research Unit in Maternal Health and
Care, University of Oxford. I spent 100% of my time on academic
The Institute for Women's Health has a strong programme of teaching at both undergraduate and graduate level and is a recognized centre for graduate clinical training.
We organise a major course module in Women’s Health and Communicable Diseases for approximately 400 undergraduate students each academic year within Phase 2 (Year 4) of the UCL medical curriculum as well as contributing to intercalated BSc’s and running SSCs (Student Selected Components).
Graduate education at the Institute is provided through:
- Graduate Taught Programmes: an MSc in Prenatal Genetics and Fetal Medicine, an MSc in Reproductive Science and Women's Health and a distance learning MSc in Haemoglobinopathies with major international collaboration.
- Graduate Research Programmes: our research groups, of international reputation in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Women’s Health, and Maternal and Child Health, provide a range of graduate research opportunities in these fields.
- Clinical Graduate Training: the Institute is a recognized centre for clinical postgraduate training across the breadth of Women’s Health and we have RCOG approved sub-specialty training posts in women’s cancer, reproductive medicine, urogynaecology, and in fetal and maternal medicine. We are accredited for sub-specialty training in gynaecological oncology with the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology and have many visitors from Europe for training.
For more information on the career destinations of our graduate students see our Past Graduate Student Career Paths page.
Page last modified on 01 may 13 01:16 by Vijay Devineni