Medicine

What our students think

Daniel Asby

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“The deciding factor in choosing Southampton was the enthusiasm and excitement shown by my PhD supervisor when he described the research”
Course: Full-time PhD in Human Genetics
Current position: Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the University of Manchester
Year of Graduation: 2010

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Oluwadamilola Bamigbade

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“The teaching and facilities are great. Throughout my 4 years here I've seen the curriculum change due to student feedback and also new facilities being developed. ”
Course: BM5
Current position: Year 4

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Adam Fazarkerley

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“There were many reasons why I choose Southampton; I wanted to stay down south, I really liked the integrated nature of the course and I heard that it is really good for medicine.”
Course: BM5
Current position: Year 5

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Amy Jones

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“I hope that eventually my research will help us understand why some people may be predisposed to developing cancer.”
Course: Part-time PhD in Human Genetics
Current position: Post-doctoral research fellow at the Wessex Regional Genetics Laboratory at Salisbury District Hospital
Year of Graduation: 2010

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Kelly Lowings

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“I knew that Medicine at Southampton had a good reputation for its research into this area (infection, inflammation and immunity) so I really wanted to carry on studying there”
Course: Full-time PhD in Infection, Inflammation and Immunity
Current position: Scientist with the Health Protection Agency
Year of Graduation: 2010

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Raymond McCrudden

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“It was a great privilege to study Medicine at Southampton as the University is a major player in research in the UK”
Course: Part-time Doctorate of Medicine in Biomedical Sciences
Current position: Consultant Physician in Gastroenterology at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital
Year of Graduation: 2010

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Sid Mohan

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“I am having a great time at Southampton and really feel at home here now. To anyone thinking about Southampton to study medicine I would thoroughly recommend it.”
Course: BM5 4th year

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Hannah Oliver

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“The Faculty of Medicine has offered me a lot of support over the past 3 years and I feel that I will be fully supported if I have any problems in the future. Learning here is a pleasure and I have no doubt that any medic at the University of Southampton will make a wonderful doctor.”
Course: Medicine and MMedSc
Current position: Year 4

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Claire Powell

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“I decided to study at the University of Southampton because I knew it was very strong at research-based learning and when I looked around I was very impressed with the facilities - both academic and social”
Course: Full-time PhD in Infection, Inflammation and Immunity
Current position: Studying a Bachelor of Medicine degree course at the University of Southampton
Year of Graduation: 2010

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Sohaib Rufai

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“Everybody here is very friendly, the campus is great, the Student Union put on fantastic events regularly and, of course, Southampton General Hospital is among the finest tertiary hospitals in the country. Choose Southampton - it is a choice you will not regret!”
Course: BM5
Current position: Year 3

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Hannah Selinger

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“Southampton is one of the best places to study Medicine in the UK and its reputation is well-deserved, I love the course and completely understand why it is so oversubscribed! One of the best things is that you are very much free to develop your own interests, in whatever they may be and the range of opportunities within the clinical environments is fantastic. ”
Course: BM5
Current position: Year 3

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Keval Shah

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“Southampton has a unique graduate entry course with early patient contact. It is one where you acquire clinical skills early on and have the opportunity to develop these throughout the medical degree.”
Course: BM4
Current position: Year 3

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