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Krentz comes to Profil Institute from the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Postgraduate Medical School where he currently holds a position at Associate Professor level within the Institute of Diabetes for Older People (IDOP).
In 1963 he was appointed Reader in Anatomical Pathology at the Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith.
Professor Winstanley was born in Liverpool and graduated from Liverpool Medical School in 1979, undertaking his first training posts in Merseyside, going on to the Royal Postgraduate Medical School and the Brompton Hospital.
He arrived from the Royal Postgraduate Medical School in London with his highly distinguished mentor, Professor Sir Dillwyn Williams, and established the first NHS electron microscopy unit in the Department of Pathology where he was to spend the rest of his working life.
Nicola Christie of the University of Surrey Postgraduate Medical School.
Sanchez, * Branislava Uzelac-Keserovic, ([dagger]) Konstantin Apostolov, ([double dagger]) and Luis Enjuanes * * Centro Nacional de Biotecnologica, CSIC, Campus Universidad Autonoma, Cantoblanco, Madrid, Spain; ([dagger]) Institute of Virology "Torlak," Belgrade, Yugoslavia; and ([double dagger]) Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London, United Kingdom.
After qualifying in 1983, she worked at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, followed by a post at Queen Mary College, both in the University of London.
A six-month trial carried out in 1997 by Dr Duncan Anderson, a neurologist at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School in London, reported a 76 per cent improvement among PMS sufferers using light therapy.