Arron is a GP trainee, an NHS Clinical Entrepreneur & previously a Digital Health London Fellow. As former Deputy Lead of Emerging Technology at Department of Health & Social Care, he understands the med-tech landscape from both ‘shop-floor’ & national strategy perspectives.
Joe is an anaesthetics trainee based in London. He was awarded five Health Education England awards for his commitment to clinical service improvement through digital transformation. Joe has developed multiple award-winning digital health innovations.
Imran is a Consultant in Infection, Senior Advisory Consultant for Amazon Web Services and an Honorary Clinical Professor of Quality Improvement at UCL. Having gained a degree in computer science, he has been coding and teaching programming for many years.
Angela LamCourse mentor
Angela is a paediatric surgery themed core surgical trainee in London and a Clinician Engagement Consultant at Lantum. She is also the National Innovation Lead of the Association of Surgeons in Training and previously the National Director of the MedTech Foundation.
Matt WhallettCourse mentor
Matt learned to code alongside his work as a junior doctor. This has developed into a passion for digital innovation that improves patient safety and enhances the working life of junior doctors. Matt initially learned Java on the Code Med course and also develops iOS applications using Swift.
Saadiyah HusseinCourse mentor
Saadiyah is an NHS Physiotherapist (with main interests in Respiratory and ICU) based in London, and volunteer Emergency Ambulance Crew with St John Ambulance, she also holds a Certificate in Learning and Development. Saadiyah has coding experience in Java and Python.
Jacob EllisCourse mentor
Jacob is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Liaison Psychiatrist at UCLH and was a participant in our 17th cohort of the course. Jacob has a strong aptitude for coding and is looking to develop new ideas in the world of Psychiatry as well teaching Java to others.