Find out what a career in haematology is like - join Dr Jenny Vidler for this informative, free event.

This online event will shine a spotlight on careers in haematology. Our speakers are haematology registrars, Dr Jenny Vidler and Chibuzo Mowete. The session (to be held on Zoom Webinar) aims to give medical students and Foundation Doctors a comprehensive introduction this fascinating pathology specialty. Our speakers will cover:

  • Their personal journey into their specialty
  • What working in their specialty is like day to day
  • The contribution that haematology makes to medicine and healthcare. 

The speakers will make lots of time for questions. Join us for this exciting and unique event - book your place for free. 

This event is being run jointly by The Royal College of Pathologists, the Manchester Pathology Society and the Pathology Sub-Committee of the UCL Medical Society.

Meet our speakers

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Dr Jenny Vidler (left) and Dr Chibuzo Mowete (right)

Dr Jennifer Vidler, a Haematology Registrar at King's College Hospital, London, developed an interest in clinical research during her Academic Foundation Programme in Haematology. Her passion for clinical trials led to her recognition as the 2022 British Society for Haematology - NIHR Trainee Researcher of the Year. Throughout the pandemic, Dr Vidler actively participated in Covid-19 clinical trials, including training as an Associate PI for the RECOVERY Trial. She is dedicated to mentoring trainees in acquiring skills for designing and delivering high-quality clinical trials. Dr Vidler is actively involved in various national committees to promote this goal. Currently, she is undertaking a Fellowship in myeloid and transplant clinical trials, while also pursuing a research degree.

Dr Chibuzo Mowete is a South London and KSS haematology registrar. She has taken time out of training to pursue research in transfusion medicine. She is currently a NHSBT clinical research fellow working within the SWiFT Trial performing a mechanistic study to understand the role of whole blood transfusion in major trauma haemorrhage.

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  • 18:00 - 21/05/2024 to 19:00 - 21/05/2024