Currently working in Occupational Medicine mainly (but not exclusively) for the Oil & Gas Industry. :-
Occupational Health Physician working mainly with the Oil/Gas & Chemical Industries
Member of Cleveland Local Medical Committee (LMC)
Accessory job roles include :-
Approved by the HSE as an 'Approved Medical Examiner of Divers' (AMED)
Medical Referee for UK Diving Medical Committee (UKDMC)
Approved as Appraiser for Society of Occupational Medicine (SOM)
Approved for Offshore Medicals (OGUK)
Interested in Medical Computing
Interested in Family Planning
Interested in the application of IT systems in Clinical Practice
Previous job roles include :-
Medical Director for local Hyperbaric Chamber (until its closure in 2008)
From 2014-2019 was the North East Representative on the Clinical Reference Group (CRG) for Hyperbarics for NHS England
GP Tutor for Redcar & Cleveland
GP Partner in a PMS Practice (Woodside Surgery, Loftus)
GP Appraiser for Redcar and Cleveland PCT
GP with Special Interests (GPwSI) for Langbaurgh Primary Care Trust
University Tutor Photograph (taken 2008)
Consultancy services available include :-
Unix and Linux Systems
Web Site Design
Research carried out includes:-
Medical Research Council (MRC) Clinical Training Fellowship (RPMS, London).
Computational Neurobiology at Caltech, USA.
Evoked Potentials in Psychiatric Research (University of Edinburgh).
Main hobbies outside of work:-
Running a variety of Linux Systems (Currently Linux Mint and Ubuntu) via a BT Business Broadband connection
Running (Mainly 5km distance via Parkruns)
Food (Suggestions for interesting new places to eat are always welcome)
Saxophone (Enjoy playing the Alto Saxophone but need a lot more practice!)
I spent time working in the USA carrying out research into the field of Computational Neurobiology at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). Caltech is one of the most prestigious private universities on the West Coast of the United States and rivals the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on the East Coast.
MRC Clinical Training Fellowship in Medical Imaging (MRI) carried out at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School (RPMS) in London. This work was carried out within the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Unit and involved both computer programming and clinical imaging work.
altered 29th March 2021