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Dr Nidhi Gupta
Dr Nidhi Gupta completed an honours undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Imperial College London before studying Medicine at St. George’s University Medical School, London. Graduating in 2004, she later gained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in London as well as a Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Health, and a Masters degree in Infectious Diseases.
She worked internationally with the Ageing and Life Course department at the World Health Organisation in Geneva, and with International SOS as Chief Medical Officer in Papua New Guinea.
She gained CCTs in Acute and General Medicine, and now works as a consultant in medicine in London.
She combines her medical career with a second life in filmmaking, directing and producing all our video content.
Dr Edward Banham-Hall
Dr Edward Banham-Hall qualified from the Royal Free and University College London Medical School in 2004, passing with several awards and prizes. He then completed medical rotations and gained entry to the Royal College of Physicians.
He later undertook a PhD at the University of Cambridge, discovering a new rare disease in the process, and publishing his findings in the world-leading journal Science.
He now works as an NHS consultant in medicine in Cambridge, UK, and as a Principle Investigator for a range of clinical trials for new and emerging treatments.