Dr Tanvi Agrawal is a teaching fellow for the early years of the MBBS program at Imperial College School of Medicine. She is the topic lead for Urology and Renal Medicine under the Bioregulatory Systems (BRS) module, and Research Experiences under the Clinical Research and Innovation (CRI) module for both MBBS Years 1&2. She is also an academic tutor with academic and welfare responsibilities of MBBS Year 1&2 students.
She has completed her PhD in translational Immunology from University College London (UCL) on the prestigious Grand Challenges studentship, UCL. She also has a MRes Biosciences degree in Biotechnology from UCL and a Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Biotechnology Engineering from Delhi College of Engineering, University of Delhi, India.
Her pedagogical research interests include partnering with students on curriculum review projects, and is currently leading two projects:
- Imperial MedSTEP: This project was awarded the Imperial College London StudentShapers funding for two consecutive years 2018 & 2019. More information about this project can be found here - StudentShapers report and News article.
- Student Involvement Project (SIP): MBBS students were partnered with the MBBS faculty to work together in the ongoing curriculum review of the program.