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Isaac Jarratt Barnham

Teaching Fellow in Medical Ethics and Law

October 2021-current

Isaac is a Teaching Fellow at the Ethox Centre, with particular involvement in the education of Oxford’s Medical students. He leads a range of seminars and classes covering the core topics of medical ethics and approaches to essay writing. He also tutors at a number of Oxford colleges.

After obtaining his undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Cambridge, Isaac held several university research posts before moving to Oxford to begin his medical studies. He hopes to pursue surgical training following graduation, whilst continuing to work within undergraduate medical education.