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Dr Stuart Morton  PhD, FHEA

Senior Teaching Fellow in Anatomy

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Stuart joined the Centre of Learning Anatomical Sciences (CLAS) having previously taught all aspects of anatomy to medical, dental and science students. His research interests lie in medical education and the liver. As part of his doctoral studies, Stuart researched cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer) and polycystic liver disease in labs at Padua, Milan and Yale.

Qualifications

BSc, Biomedical Materials Science, University of Birmingham (2004)

MSc, Biomedical Sciences, Aston University (2011)

Ph.D, Medicine, University of Padua (2015)

 

Appointments held

Anatomy Demonstrator, University of Birmingham (2008-2010)

Anatomy Tutor and Lecturer, University of Padua (2012-2014)

Sessional Lecturer, University of Worcester (2015)

Senior Anatomy Demonstrator, University of Oxford (2015)

Anatomy Teaching Fellow, University of Southampton (2015-2017)

 

 

Research group

Medical Education

Foundations of Medicine Tutor
Personal Academic Tutor

Member of Anatomical Society
Member of British Association of Clinical Anatomists (BACA)
Member of European Association of the Study of the Liver (EASL)
Fellow of Higher Education Academy
Member of Faculty of Medicine Ethics Committee

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Conferences

BM5 Foundations of Medicine
BM4 Gastrointestinal Anatomy Lead
BM5 Gastrointestinal Anatomy Lead
BM5 Endocrine and the Life Cycle
BM5 Respiratory, Cardiovascular and Renal Module Lead
Research student supervisor

 

 

Dr Stuart Morton
Centre for Learning Anatomical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, AB84, level B, South academic block, Southampton General Hospital, Tremona Road, Southampton SO16 6YD, UK

Room Number: SGH/AB84/MP845

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