Dr Adil Jaulim MB BS BMedSci
Doctoral Research Fellow,
University of Cambridge
Adil graduated from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry and with Distinction in 2013. He secured his first choice Academic Foundation Programme post in Nottingham and is set to undertake a surgically based project.
Adil undertook his intercalated BMedSci degree between 2009 and 2010 obtaining a first class honours degree. His research project involved identifying enzymes in skin aimed at promoting steroid synthesis. This led to a publication in a peer reviewed scientific journal. Since his intercalated degree, Adil has taken to academic writing and not only published further literature reviews but also become a reviewer for scientific journals.
At medical school, Adil was one of the chief organisers to the first ever student organised Microsurgery Course across the London Deanery which aims to expose medical students to the finer intricacies of operating with the help of a microscope. Throughout medical school, Adil worked closely with the historical Potts Barbers - Barts and The London Surgical Society and campaigned tirelessly to keep the prestigious society open when threatened with closure in 2010 through organising various academic events. He was awarded the highest honour entitled the ‘Blues Award’ upon graduation for his contribution to Potts Barbers Society by the Barts and The London Student Association (BLSA).
As the Founder of a new project entitled Medicine: The Bigger Picture, Adil hopes to motivate colleagues to be inspired to take up a position of leadership within their workplace. He anticipates this project will help fellow juniors to understand the basics of hospital management and so that they can be engaged enough to innovate practices within their trusts and continuously improve patient safety.