Education & training
Areas of teaching
Members of the MSk Lab teach on a range of courses for students from the college and other universities. Including several courses from the undergraduate MBBS in Medicine and intercalated BSc: comprising lectures, practical classes, surgical simulations and small group tutorials.
*Intercalated BSc projects
Students in Year 4 of the BSc have the option to work on an MSk lab supervised research project.
The MSk Lab teaches the Surgical Technology and Innovation on the BSc in Surgery and Anaesthesia.
MSk Lab Faculty contributions to the Intercalated BSc Pathway in Surgery and Anaesthesia:
Prof Alison McGregor - Course Director
Dr Paul Strutton - Director of Projects
Dr Richie Abel - Module Leader
Ms Julia Cork - Manager Education Team
Postgraduate MD(Res) and PhD
We are a collaborative group specialising in various aspects of the musculoskeletal system including bone and joint disease, surgical technology and human performance.
You can view our individual research interests - see our People page
If you are interested in making a contribution to the research carried out by the Msk Lab or you have a research idea you'd like to propose, please contact Matthew Ryan, Research Manager
+44 (0) 20 3311 1448
More information about postgraduate opportunities at Imperial College:
Postgraduate courses and opportunities
Training courses for surgeons
9 February 2018
1 day course at the MSk Lab for CT1/2/3 and ST3/4/5
23 Febuary 2018
1 day cadaveric course with a focus on medial, lateral and petellofemoral compartmental knee arthroplasty.
14 March 2018
Lectures and full length mock interview of new 5 station format with detailed personal feedback.
23 March 2018
Annual prize day for NWT Orthopaedic Registrar Rotaion including educational presentations and course dinner.
The MSk Lab hosts a variety of surgical orthopaedic short course in the CeramTec Skills Lab
Please see the Courses archive
If you are interested in attending or running a course in the MSk Lab facilities
Kathy Lewis, Administrator