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Matthew Frise


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I read medicine as an undergraduate at the University of Cambridge before moving to Oxford for my clinical studies, which I completed in 2004.

Towards the end of my postgraduate medical training I undertook a DPhil in Professor Robbins' group examining the role of iron deficiency in human hypoxia physiology.

I now work full time in the NHS as a Consultant in Acute Medicine and Intensive Care at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, and remain actively involved in research with a particular focus on iron homeostasis and cardiopulmonary pathophysiology.

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