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Matthew Gee


Honorary Teaching Fellow

  • Specialty Registrar in Medical Psychotherapy (Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust)

I teach on the Oxford Postgraduate Psychiatry Course.  I am also a Specialty Registrar in Medical Psychotherapy.  I am interested in the outcomes of psychological interventions for adults with mental health problems.  I have been involved in the teaching of Oxford medical students, including lecturing and tutoring within the Year 5 psychiatry course.

Whilst studying pre-clinical medicine at the Bute Medical School in the University of St Andrews, I was awarded the Wolfson Intercalated Award to fund research investigating a cell signalling pathway involved in the stress response, at the late stage of ACTH release from the pituitary, using murine AtT-20 pituitary tumour cell line over-expressing various GTP-binding proteins.  

After completing clinical studies in medicine at the University of Manchester, and foundation training, I trained in general practice, and subsequently core psychiatry.  I studied psychological trauma in a low/middle income country setting within the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Nairobi from 2015 to 2016. 


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