Biomedical Sciences

Success in annual awards for outstanding teaching

Congratulations to Dr Kim Picozzi who won the Kendall Award for Teaching in Medicine at this year's EUSA Teaching Awards.

The Students' Association Teaching Awards – the first of their kind in the UK – celebrate the best contributions made to students' learning experiences in the past year. Now in their tenth year, the awards were presented at a ceremony in Teviot Row House.

 The Kendall Award recognises the best teaching within the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.

My warmest congratulations to Dr Kim Picozzi who was this year’s recipient of the EUSA Teaching Awards Kendall Award for Teaching in Medicine. Kim’s citation is as follows;

"Kim is a very approachable, enthusiastic and inspiring teacher. She is fantastic at organising intellectually stimulating courses and her lecture style is fun and engaging. Her lectures are by far the best I have received at the university and I always actively looked forward to her lectures as a highlight of my working week."

Prof Mike Shipston, Dean of Biomedical Sciences

Further information

Dr Kim Picozzi's staff profile

EUSA Teaching Awards

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