At CATO we are really proud of all of our NMHAPP researchers across the Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC). The work they do is so important in improving services and patient care; promoting and developing the NMAHPP professions and contributing to a positive organisational reputation.

Below, we’ve highlighted a number of our Imperial AHSC colleagues who are at varying stages of their clinical academic career. We hope that by reading their stories, you will find them not only intriguing but also inspiring, showcasing the diverse pathways available for pursuing a rewarding research career.

If they've inspired you to get involved, take a look at our Training and Support pages for advice on where to begin your research career, or how to take it to the next level.


Humans of Health Research

To celebrate the extraordinary work of our clinical researchers, the Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre has launched an online photography exhibition to spotlight some of Imperial’s clinical researchers and their innovative work. These people include research midwives, physiotherapists, pharmacists, nurses, patients and healthcare scientists. It also features the patients who have benefited, and whose experiences and input have influenced and inspired the research.

Covering a broad range of medical specialities, each portrait highlights what motivates these hardworking staff as well as demonstrating why their research is vital.

View the collection of stories on the Imperial website.