Imperial's Undergraduate Primary Care Education team is composed of over thirty staff, trainees and students led by Dr Sonia Kumar. It delivers over twelve courses across the medical degree. The team's vision is to make a transformational, socially accountable difference to students, patients and communities.
Pietro Spanu is a keen and innovative teacher and Professor of Molecular Plant Pathology at Imperial, Moira Sarsfield is Senior Faculty Learning Technologist and Kate Ippolito is Senior Teaching Fellow in Educational Development. Together they work to translate educational strategy and theory into practical applications.
Giskin Day qualified originally as a botanist in South Africa, before working in science publishing and at the Science Museum in London. Committed to broadening the education of science students, she has been involved in humanities teaching to STEMM students at Imperial College for nearly two decades, chiefly in Science Communication and Medical Humanities.