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My tip about work experience: Just do it!

My name is Georgia Bowler and I am a second year MPT student. My plan after this degree is to progress onto the University of Nottingham’s Graduate Entry Medicine Programme (GEM). I started studying at Nottingham just a few months after moving back from Australia, where I had lived for 7 years. The move back was …

Representing Medical Physiology and Therapeutics at the Education Network Awards

My name is Kiara Abayasekara and I’m a first-year course rep. My co-course rep: Chinonso Nzewuji and I were delighted to represent MPT at the Education Network Awards on the 12th June 2019. As first year course reps both myself and Chinonso were invited to the Education Network Awards upon both the School of Medicine …

Poster Day for our 3rd year MPT students

          Well done to all of our Final Year MPT students who presented their Hons project posters on the 5th June 2019. The standard was very high indeed and all should be congratulated for the professional displays and manner in which they spoke about their research findings.  Special mention should be …

Medical placements in the Dominican Republic

Abidul Ahad, Curtis Brownrigg, and Ahmed Khan received Cascade funding to undertake medical placements in the Dominican Republic in the second year of their Medical Physiology and Therapeutics BSc course. Below is an extract from their report on their two-week experience. On the 17th June 2018, we flew out to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to undertake …

Career paths

My name is Erica and I am on my final year studying Medical Physiology and Therapeutics (MPT) at the University of Nottingham and I am hoping to study medicine after my MPT degree. I did not go straight onto the MPT course after A-levels, instead I was studying Biomedical Science. In my first year on …

BSc project

Angharad Davies, a recent MPT graduate, was awarded the “Education & Teaching” prize for early career researchers at the Europhysiology Conference 2018 in September for her poster which highlighted her Honours project findings regarding the use of novel active learning methods in class. She shares her experience of the project and MPT below.  About the project …

Studying Medical Physiology and Therapeutics (MPT)

Lara from the School of Medicine tells us why she chose to study MPT and what the course is like in this first post on the MPT Life blog. Hi, my name is Lara and I have just finished my second year at the University of Nottingham studying Medical Physiology and Therapeutics (MPT) and I …