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Dr John Bradley

Dr John Bradley

Director of Studies

Dr Bradley is a Associate Lecturer in Medicine and Consultant Physician and Nephrologist.

His research aims to understand the mechanisms through which alterations in vascular cell function contribute to vascular disease and transplant rejection.

As Director of Studies Dr Bradley is responsible for choosing the best supervisors to work with you for each of your papers.

Mr Chris Constant

Mr Chris Constant


Mr Constant designed the internationally accepted method of assessing the function of the shoulder and worked as a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon to Addenbrooke's Hospital until his retirement in 2006. He now specialises in teaching.

Prof Jordan Pober

Prof Jordan Pober


Prof Pober is Bayer Professor of Translational Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine, and a visiting Fellow at Trinity Hall.

His research involves understanding the functions of vascular endothelial cells in inflammatory and immune responses and, reciprocally, how inflammation and immunity affect vascular health and function.

Dr Ian Wilkinson

Dr Ian Wilkinson

Staff Fellow in Clinical Medicine

Dr Wilkinson is a University Reader and Honorary Consultant in Clinical Pharmacology, Addenbrookes.

His research centres on the physiology and pharmacology of the cardiovascular system, and particularly the large arteries and endothelial function.

Dr Ian Wilkinson

Professor James Ritter


Professor Ritter is Emeritus Professor of Clinical Pharmacology at Kings College London and a Fellow of the British Pharmacological Society. He has made important contributions to our understanding of prostaglandin biosynthesis, particularly that low dose aspirin is an inhibitor of thomboxane biosynthesis that relatively spares prostacyclin. He has worked on endothelial dysfunction in cardiovascular disease, and has pioneered the use of pulse waveform analysis for measuring endothelial function non-invasively, as a tool for use in large-scale outcome trials in cardiovascular disease.

Dr Ian Wilkinson

Mr Jai Chitnavis


Mr Jai Chitnavis trained in orthopaedics in Oxford and Sydney. He practised for more than eight years as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon, specialising in knee surgery at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust. After 25 years of working for the NHS, Mr Chitnavis now works independently and manages a knee clinic in Cambridge



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