A yearly teaching award organised by the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine Development team encourages those involved with the Medical School to nominate outstanding teachers and formally acknowledge their work.
After review a panel, Professor David Edwards, Head of Perinatal Imaging and Health, School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences was named personal tutor of the year, being cited as a source of support and encouragement for his tutees over the years.
'He has always listened to feedback from tutees and organized social events for tutees to meet one another across year groups,’ the feedback read.
‘Even with the demands of being a senior academic, Professor Edwards is generous with his time and makes a concerted effort to get to know students. He has had a hugely positive impact on students’ journeys at King’s and helped them become confident in their abilities.’
We were delighted to recognise Professor Edwards for his enthusiastic support of medical students over many years. Many congratulations to him.– Professor Nicky Cohen, Dean, Medical School
Congratulations to Professor Edwards for this wonderful achievement! It is with tutors like him that our School nurtures students to become successful and positive future leaders in healthcare.– Professor Sebastien Ourselin FREng, Head, School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences
It’s a real pleasure to work with the medical students, who are a wonderfully motivated and smart group of young people.– Professor David Edwards, Head of the Department of Perinatal Imaging and Health