Meet our team
Ace Medics was founded by a team of Doctors.
We love Biology and Chemistry and wanted to combine our passion for teaching with our favourite subjects.
Dr Roshni Wadhwani
Dr Roshni Wadhwani graduated from King's College London School of Medicine in 2017 with a Distinction and also a first class honours in Cardiovascular Sciences from Imperial College London.
She scored 11A* at GCSE and 3A* at A-level. She has been a tutor for GCSE and A-level sciences for over 10 years.
Dr Charmian Chong
Dr Charmian Chong graduated from University College London in 2017 and also studied an intercalated BSc in Primary Health Care. She completed her foundation training in South Thames and aspires to be a Paediatrician. She scored 10A* and 3A* at A-level.
Dr Amy Partridge
Dr Amy Partridge graduated from the University of Oxford (Queens College and Green Templeton College) in 2018 and also obtained a BA in Medical Sciences, with a specialist interest in Infection and Immunity. She completed her foundation training in North West Thames where she has been actively involved in organising and leading teaching sessions for medical students. She achieved 13A*s at GCSE and 3A* at A-level.
Raunak Chandiramani is a 4th year medical student at Imperial College London and is currently undertaking an additional BSc in Endocrinology and Medical Sciences. She achieved 4A* at A-level in which she was awarded the Cambridge certificate for the highest scoring Biology grade for AS-Levels.
She has had experience with tutoring a range of students for GCSE and A-level sciences for over 5 years.
Shubham Gupta is a 4th Year Medical Student at Imperial College London. He achieved a Distinction in 3rd year medicine, 11A*s in his GCSEs and 3A*s & 3As in his A-levels. He is passionate about teaching and mentorship and has been involved in coaching disadvantaged students ranging from GCSEs and A-levels to UCAT and Medical School Applications.
He is keen to develop his leadership skills and will be presenting his research on Care Navigation in Primary Care at the Leaders in Healthcare Conference 2020. Shubham will be studying his BSc in Surgical Design, Technology & Innovation from 2020-2021.
Dr Tamkin Abas
Dr Tamkin Abas graduated with a Distinction from the University of Manchester in 2017 and also obtained a first class honours degree in Management from Imperial College Business school. She is a highly experienced tutor having worked with a range of students in various settings.
She has been a private tutor for over 10 years for Biology and Chemistry as well as providing service for a large private educational company. She has been actively involved in organising teaching sessions for medical students at Imperial College school of Medicine. She has a specialist interest in paediatric emergency medicine.
Dr Krushna Patel
Dr Krushna Patel graduated from University College London and King's College London school of Medicine in 2017.
She completed her foundation training in South Thames where she led and organised several programmes as a mentor for medical students transitioning to Doctors. She was given a trainee merit award for her national contribution to teaching.
Dr Kiran Patel
Dr Kiran Patel underwent postgraduate clinical training in Northwest and Central London hospitals and was awarded the Foundation School's clinical excellence prize with merit in 2014. He gained membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) in 2016 and began his specialist cardiology training in northwest London in 2017.
He was awarded a British Heart Foundation scholarship to pursue research in cardiovascular sciences and is currently undertaking a PHD. He has been awarded with numerous accolades including three competitive travel bursaries to be a visiting fellow at Harvard Medical School. He was runner-up for the Young Investigator Award at the London Cardiovascular Society in 2012 for this work.
He continues to manage an active teaching portfolio alongside his clinical and academic commitments, including teaching medical students and prospective medical applicants as well as delivering lectures on the postgraduate cardiovascular science (MSc) programme at Imperial College London.
Get in touch!
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