Imperial College AHSC is developing and delivering world class education and training for its students, healthcare professionals and support staff.
The education and training mission of the Imperial College AHSC is guided by an Education Committee, which oversees, develops and delivers training and education opportunities.
To promote the work of the AHSC and bring to life examples of where our research is impacting clinical practice and improving patient outcomes, the AHSC runs regular lunchtime seminars for staff, patients and the public.
Information on forthcoming seminars as well as videos of previous presentations are available to view.
As an internationally leading centre for research and training, Imperial College AHSC is keen to attract and cultivate the brightest and most promising clinical academic researchers at all stages of their careers.
The Clinical Academic Training Office (CATO) is the AHSC’s post-graduate academic training hub offering advice and information on academic careers, recruitment, training and funding. It provides a range of opportunities and resources for doctors, nurses, midwives, pharmacists, allied health professionals and healthcare scientists who are interested in pursuing a clinical academic career.
One of our goals is to educate and train the future generation of multidisciplinary clinical scientists and allied healthcare professionals. The Imperial College AHSC brings healthcare professionals together with chemists, physicists, engineers and data scientists to address areas of unmet clinical need and capitalize on the wealth of world-class research undertaken at the College. This provides a rich and unique training environment for clinicians. In addition CATO provides opportunities for postgraduate students to enrich their training experience through cross-disciplinary training modules and courses (e.g. in genomic medicine).