Medicine: the graduate entry course

Pembroke admits two Graduate Entry students each year to read medicine in the Graduate Entry course.  The College provides tutorials to cover both the taught modules of the course and clinical teaching of these students.  

Dr Richard Harrington (GP & Deputy Director of Graduate Entry Medical Course) and Dr Caroline Rodgers provide first year teaching for graduate entry students in College. 

We then have an impressive team of clinicians who provide clinical teaching in College.

  • Richard Harrington (Deputy Director of GE course, General Practioner).
  • Caroline Rodgers (General Practioner)
  • Lois Brand (Consultant in Emergency Medicine – Deputy Director of the Clinical School)
  • PG Roy (Consultant Surgeon)
  • Jessica Rudnay (Junior Doctor)
  • Fielder Camm (Cardiologist)
  • Natalie Redgrave (Junior Doctor)
  • James Livermore (Neurologist)
  • Oliver Rider (Consultant Cardiologist)
  • Richard Colling (Clinical Lecturer in Histopathology)
  • Edward Mitchell (Consultant Psychiatrist)
  • Prof Fredrik Karpe (Professor of Endocrinology)
  • Mr Jonny Rees (Consultant Orthopaedics Surgeon)
  • Prof Irene Tracey (Professor and Head of Clinical Neuroscience)

 “… it's honestly been superb teaching, and the four of us have felt very well taken care of in the lead up to Finals. The teaching program compares favourably with every other college that I've come across

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