About Dr Dinah Parums

Double immunofluorescence of vascular smooth muscle cells (green/red/yellow)

Dr Dinah Parums. Double immunofluorescence of vascular smooth muscle cells (green/red/yellow)

Dr Dinah Parums                                                

Dr Dinah Parums, Senior Lecturer in Histopathology, 1996

Dr Dinah Parums, Senior Lecturer in Histopathology, 1996 

Dr Dinah Parums is a U.K. medical graduate (Cambridge University and Oxford University) with completion of postgraduate specialist training and the following additional credentials:

More than eight years experience of working with industry, including four years as an external Pathology Consultant to Pfizer Global R&D and four years working full time at Astrazeneca as a Principal Physician/Pathologist (Translational Science, Oncology);

PhD (Cambridge University);

Membership and Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists, U.K. (with maintenance of annual CPD requirements for the Royal College of Pathologists, U.K. (1995 to 2005));

Ten years clinical and managerial experience at Consultant level;

More than 40 peer reviewed research papers;

Undergraduate and postgraduate medical and scientific teaching;

Supervision of postgraduate degrees in science and medicine within clinical, academic and industry environments;

Membership of professional bodies including the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, the British Association of Pharmaceutical Physicians (BrAPP), the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) and the US/Canadian Academy of Pathologists (USCAP);

Dr Dinah Parums has more than twenty years of teaching experience at all levels, including undergraduates, postgraduates, clinicians, biomedical scientists and technical staff.

Dinah has more than 20 years of experience as a peer reviewer for several biomedical journals. In August 2016, she was elected to membership of the Editorial Board of Medical Science Monitor.

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