Mr Seni Mylvaganam
BSc (Hons) MBBS MA MFST FRCS
Seni graduated from the Royal Free and University College London Medical School also obtaining a first class honours in Pharmacology. He is a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon at Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust. He has a passion for education and training completing a Masters in medical education whilst also publishing in the field and is the author of a book on surgical training. He has an extensive experience in coordinating and delivering undergraduate surgical training. He is an inaugural member of the Royal College of Surgeons faculty of surgical trainers. He is an educational supervisor of foundation doctors and is also an honorary clinical tutor of the University of Birmingham Medical School. His experience also extends into the postgraduate training arena as an ATLS and CCrISP instructor for the Royal College of Surgeons (Eng).
BSc MD MRCP
Specialist Registrar in Cardiology subspecialising in Coronary & Structural Intervention, with a special interest in Adult Congenital Heart Disease, University Hospitals Birmingham, Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
1997, BSc in Physiology
2000, MBBS, University College London.
2008, MD Research, Imperial College London, in coronary intervention and endothelial function
BA(hons) BM Bch MRCS PhD
Mark is a senior SpR on the Warwick part of the West Midlands orthopaedic training program. He is also a Clinical Lecturer in orthopaedics at the University of Warwick with a clinical interest in lower limb arthroplasty and an academic interest in how patient factors affect outcome. Mark is engaged in formal teaching programs at undergraduate and postgraduate level within the university. He is also a regular reviewer for the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery and sits on the university Biomedical Research and Ethics Committee.
Kiran Singh Randhawa, MBChB, MRCS, FRCR
Kiran is a Consultant General & Intervention Radiologist at Russell’s Hall Hospital. His passion for teaching started as a junior doctor during his surgical training. He has been lecturing on the X Ray Survival training course since mid 2009.
DR. Bilal Salman – x Ray Survival
Bil completed an undergraduate degree in Anatomy and Human Biology in Liverpool before moving to the West Midlands to study Medicine at Warwick on the graduate entry Programme. He is currently and Academic Clinical Fellow (ACF) in Clinical Radiology based in the West Midlands. Prior to taking up this post he completed Core Training in Emergency Medicine. He first got involved with teaching as a medical student and has continued ever since!