Jake Mann

Jake Mann is a young doctor who combines an outstanding academic profile with involvement in research, teaching, philanthropy and entrepreneurship.

Jake graduated from Birmingham medical school winning the Gold Medal as top in his cohort. The Vice-Chancellor’s Award was given to Jake Mann in 2012; it is the highest award at the University and illustrates scholarship, personality and leadership. He is about to start paediatrics training in Cambridge on an Academic Clinical Fellowship.

Dr. Mann has wide research experience, with international publications and presentations. He is particularly interested in the metabolic syndrome and liver pathophysiology.

He is currently undertaking research into the molecular mechanisms of colorectal cancer, funded by a national bursary. Jake is lead author for a physiology textbook that he is in the process of writing.

Jake has hundreds of hours of teaching experience, especially in basic sciences. He designed and taught the UK's first series of pre-clinical science revision courses in April 2013 with One 2 One Medicine.

Charity and volunteering are important to Dr. Mann – he has worked at a school in Zambia and recently ran 78 miles in 24-hours to raise over £2000 for Mind. His contribution to Birmingham MedSoc was recognised by being given the award for outstanding contribution, voted for by the student body. Jake also has an interest in entrepreneurial projects. He has authored several iPhone apps with One 2 One Medicine and is an editor for OnExamination's paediatrics section.

Outside of work Jake runs marathons and plays the piano.

Jake is always looking for new, exciting projects and can be contacted at jakemann@doctors.org.uk