Tag: Alexandra Abel

Meeting the Dean: Part Three

In the third of a three-part interview series with Dean of Hull York Medical School Professor Una Macleod, MB BS students Chaitra Dinesh, Vassili Crispi, and Alexandra Abel speak to Una about her time as […]

Meeting the Dean: Part Two

In the second of a three-part interview series with Professor Una Macleod, HYMS students Chaitra Dinesh, Vassili Crispi, and Alexandra Abel focus on the Dean’s research interests and academic background, and gain valuable advice for […]

Breast surgeon and cancer patient Dr Liz O’Riordan comes to HYMS

Liz O’Riordan is a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon. In 2015, she was diagnosed with Stage III breast cancer. Since her diagnosis, Liz has maintained an award-winning blog, where she chronicles her experience of dealing with cancer […]

An interview with Dr David Lyness: HYMS graduate and founder of propofology.com

Dr David Lyness graduated from HYMS in 2013 and is currently an Anaesthetics/ICU Trainee in Northern Ireland. While at HYMS, David co-founded the pre-hospital care programme in Yorkshire, and was the academic forum lead for […]

Broken Little Robots: an uplifting play about depression

Three Drama graduates from the University of Hull are bringing fear, anxiety, and depression to the Hull Truck Theatre with their show ‘Broken Little Robots’… but they are also bringing optimism, celebration, and hope for […]

An interview with James Alexander Hall: professional actor and cystic fibrosis patient

This week is Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Awareness Week in the UK. To mark this important week, we have chosen to interview an inspiring local patient – James Alexander Hall, 27-year-old professional actor from Lincolnshire. Our […]

Neuropods and the Next Generation: Highlights from SBNS Newcastle 2016

All photos used in this post credited to John Murray – PNJ photography www.pnjphotography.com The iconic Sage Gateshead concert venue was the setting for the Society of British Neurological Surgeons (SBNS) Spring Meeting. SBNS meetings last for three […]