George’s alumnus Frank Chinegwundoh (MBBS 1984) has been busy since receiving an MBE in 2013. As well as continuing his clinical and teaching duties he has been working nationally with Public Health England on their recent campaign raising awareness of the risks of prostrate cancer amongst black men.
Retrievals Registrar Kate Clayton graduated from the Graduate Entry programme at St George's in 2008. Here she talks to us about her current job in Queensland, Australia, some of the things she loves and some of her fondest memories of St George's.
Neomi Bennett who graduated in Adult Nursing at the Faculty of Health Social Care and Education in 2011 has more than one string to her bow.
St George’s alumni are more than just great healthcare professionals, many have gone on to be successful contributors to the publishing world too.
A runaway goat – curing blindness in forgotten India
By Lucy Mathen (MBBS 1994)
About the book:
Lucy Mathen’s enjoyable account of her journey: from successful journalist, to doctor, to founder of Second Sight- the charity that cures the blind in India where no one else will.
Retired senior clinical lecturer in public health Sarah Walters OBE graduated from St George's in 1985. Here she talks to us about her jobs, some of the things she loves, some which she loves to hate and her memories of St George's.