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Centre for Education
Research & Impact
The Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine has always had a clear mission – to deliver world-class education and research. In order to support continued excellence and innovation in these areas, the Centre for Education was formed to provide educational leadership across the Faculty.
The Centre for Education is led by Co-Directors Prof Helen Collins & Prof Nicki Cohen and is managed by Dr Tania Alcantarilla. The focus is on enhancing the Faculty’s undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research programmes by developing:
As many of the Faculty's undergraduate education programmes draw on expertise across the Faculty's academic structure, the two Schools of Education - i.e., the School of Bioscience Education with its Teaching Departments and the GKT School of Medical Education - are responsible for the coordination and delivery of these programme and are the academic "home" for our students.
The KUMEC Team provides, supports and promotes medical education in community contexts. This is applied through fostering learning opportunities with and for patients, students and community teachers, with the aim of producing caring and well-trained doctors.
Our staff within the Centre for Education.
Details of the Academic Promotions process for 2022/23
King’s Gordon Museum of Pathology is the largest medical museum in the UK and contains some rare and unique artefacts including Lister’s antiseptic spray and the original specimens of kidneys, adrenal glands and lymph nodes.
The Museum of Life Sciences is located in the Hodgkin Building on Guy's campus and exists to celebrate and explain the diversity of animal and plant life in the context of the biological and health sciences.
5 Minutes with Rachel Hunt – Lecturer in Bioscience Education
5 minutes with David Byrne – Director of Technology Enhanced Learning
5 minutes with Kirsty Massetti - Dissecting Room Technical Manager at King's College London.
5 minutes with Anna Collini, a Teaching Fellow in Medical Education for the Centre for Education.
14 February 2024
Humanising Healthcare: Mind The Gap provides an opportunity to hear from researchers addressing…
7 December 2023
Medical Humanities researchers have partnered with Tamasha, a London-based theatre production…
15 August 2023
We are deeply saddened to share news of the recent passing of Professor Richard John Wyndham…
14 March 2023
First published in 1872, the journal provides a historical record of the life and times of students…