BSc(Hons) MB ChB DCP MRCGP MRCPsych
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.
Thinking differently: is the burden worth the benefit in core psychiatric trainees’ learning about psychodynamic theory?
Gee M. and Economou A., (2017)
Improving the effectiveness of psychotherapy in two public hospitals in Nairobi.
Falkenström F. et al, (2017), Bjpsych international, 14, 64 - 66
Tearing Up The Script: What we learnt delivering a creative MRCPsych course in Oxford
Lennox A. et al, (2017)
Alcohol: Preventing Harmful Drinking
Gee MD., (2011), Innovait: education and inspiration for general practice, 4, 634 - 639