Jake Mann

Doctor in Cambridge, United Kingdom

Jake Mann

Doctor in Cambridge, United Kingdom

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I'm a young doctor who combines an outstanding academic profile with involvement in research, teaching, philanthropy and entrepreneurship.

I graduated from Birmingham medical school winning the Gold Medal as top in my cohort and the Vice-Chancellor’s Award: the highest award at the University.

Since September 2014 I have started paediatrics training in Cambridge, UK, on an Academic Clinical Fellowship.

I have wide research experience, with international publications and presentations. I'm am particularly interested in fatty liver disease and insulin resistance.

I have hundreds of hours of teaching experience, especially in basic sciences. I designed and taught the UK's first series of pre-clinical science revision courses with One 2 One Medicine Ltd.

Charity and volunteering are important to me; I have worked at a school in Zambia and in 2012 I ran 78 miles in 24-hours to raise over £2000 for Mind. My work with Birmingham MedSoc was recognised by being given the award for outstanding contribution, voted for by the student body.

Outside of work, I run marathons and play the piano.

I'm always looking for new, exciting projects and can be contacted at jakemann@doctors.org.uk