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Prof Judith Holloway is the Programme Lead for the MSc Allergy, and Chair of the BSACI National Allergy Education Network. She led the development and publishing of the first BSACI National Allergy Education Strategy.
In Prof Holloway's role on the MSc Allergy, she is Module Leader for three modules: Foundations of Allergic Disease module, Teaching the Teachers to Teach and the Dissertation modules. Her work in leading excellence in allergy teaching has been recognised with the award of National Teaching Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. Judith has designed the MSc Allergy course to help GP's, hospital based doctors, nurses, dietitians and others in all health care sectors to gain a greater understanding of allergic diseases and to be able to translate this knowledge into their everyday practice, whilst helping students develop a competency in allergy sufficient to educate colleagues, adult and paediatric patients and their families.
Prof Holloway is passionate about supporting colleagues and students to achieve excellence through her holistic approach to learning and teaching. She actively works with and mentors lecturers, clinicians, postdocs and PhD students to share her experience and give them the knowledge and confidence to develop their own learning, teaching and leadership skills. Many of the clinical MSc students teach their peers and students with no formal training. To support their delivery of Higher Education (HE), she developed the Teaching the Teachers to Teach (T5) module, which champions innovative teaching methods. It is designed with an imaginative blend of theory and interactivity to have a transformational effect on students’ approach to learning and teaching. This module is accredited by Advance HE and students who successfully complete it are eligible for Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).
As Director of Postgraduate Taught Programmes in the Faculty of Medicine (2014-18) and continuing as an experienced Programme Lead, Judith is ideally placed to transfer her success and experience in designing and leading her allergy education programme to the development of existing and new clinical programmes within the University of Southampton, so helping academics empower students to improve healthcare provision around the world.
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Professor Judith Holloway is Professorial Fellow in Allergy within Medicine at the University of Southampton.
Prof Judith Holloway completed her doctorate with Professor Stephen Holgate at the University of Southampton in 1999 developing methods for the identification and isolation of dendritic cells from peripheral blood and their application to the study of high affinity IgE receptor (FcεRI) expression by dendritic cells in atopic asthma. Following this, Judith undertook postdoctoral studies of gestational immunology with Professor John Warner, investigating the development of the human immune system during pregnancy and the first year of life with emphasis on the role of dendritic cells in the immune system at this time and the increased prevalence of allergic disease. With Dr Englyst, her years of experience developing flow cytometry methods for identifying rare cells is now being used to innovate new machines and methodology to identify microvesicles which hold huge potential as biomarkers, as a way of detecting and following disease development and progression.
In 2007 Judith was appointed Lecturer in Allergy and Programme Leader of the MSc Allergy. Judith was awarded the Vice-Chancellor's Teaching Award in 2010 and 2018 for her work on the MSc Allergy programme. She became a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2014 and in 2017, her education in allergy was recognised by the internationally acclaimed award of National Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Prof Holloway’s MSc Allergy course is recognised at national, European and worldwide levels, receiving endorsement from the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology (BSACI), the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI), accreditation from the Hong Kong Medical Council as the only quotable course in allergy and is part of Southampton Allergy Centre, a World Allergy Organisation (WAO) Centre of Excellence.
Judith is also a passionate leader, inspiring and supporting colleagues to enable them to deliver the best educational experience for students. She achieves this both within the Faculty in her role as Programme Lead and across the University through her work teaching and mentoring on the PG Cert Academic Practice and UKPSF PREP Framework.
- National Teaching Fellowship (2017)
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