Dr Richard Howell

Richard qualified in Medicine in 1976 from the University of London. He furthered his studies in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and is a fellow of the RCOG. He specialised in Reproductive medicine and surgery and set up one of the first NHS funded IVF units in the UK at St Bartholomews Hospital in London. He has worked in South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Kenya and lectured extensively throughout India and East Africa. He moved to Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2005 and as well as maintaining a significant clinical commitment, he became actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate education. He was sub Dean for year 5 medical students at BSMS and was an external examiner at the University of Lusaka for 5 years. He currently runs an MSc in Physician Associate studies at BSMS.