Nurturing the next generation of researchers and clinicians in Paediatrics and Child Health is central to the Centre's mission. Our goal is to promote excellent holistic undergraduate and postgraduate education to equip our trainees to be inquisitive and able to contribute to advances in paediatrics and child health, promoting healthy development and the early identification of disease in future generations of children.

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Gareth Tudor-Williams is Lead for Education and Deputy Director for the Centre for Paediatrics and Child Health, a Professor of Paediatric Infectious Diseases at Imperial College London, and Consultant in Paediatric Infectious Diseases at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, St. Mary’s Hospital, London. He has been a passionate supporter of undergraduates at Imperial College for many years, as Paediatric course co-director with Prof Mitch Blair for ten years and as the lead for students rotating through the St. Mary’s campus to the present day. He was awarded the ICSM Distinguished Teacher Award in 2017. He is highly engaged in postgraduate education in Paediatric Infectious Diseases particularly blood-borne virus infections in children, currently supporting training programmes for health care workers across the Russian Federation, Pakistan and the Central Asian Republics with PENTA and UNICEF. He believes that every affiliated member of the Centre of Paediatrics and Child Health, on academic or NHS contracts, should be enabled to contribute to our education mission at some level.