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Meet host Derek
Dr Derek K. Tracy
Derek is the Medical Director of West London NHS Trust, and a senior lecturer and King's College London and University College London. He's the editor for public engagement at the British Journal of Psychiatry.
Meet host Dawn
Dr Dawn N. Albertson
A neurobiologist by training, Chartered Psychologist by title, and educator through blood, sweat and tears, Dawn currently leads Psychology at Bath Spa University.
Meet host Sukhi
Professor Sukhi S. Shergill
A multilingual MD/PhD, Sukhi is a Professor of Psychiatry at Kent and Medway Medical School in Canterbury and Professor of Psychiatry and Systems Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience at King’s College London; Director of Research and Consultant Psychiatrist.
Meet host Dan
Dr Dan W. Joyce
Certified genius and MD/PhD wunderkid, Dan works at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford and is a Consultant Psychiatrist with Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.
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