The London 2012 Olympic Games
A number of our staff, graduates and student provided medical care and support to athletes and the general public at this summer's Olympic and Paralympic Games:
Dr Lisa Hodgson worked at the London Olympic Games in the capacity as Venue Medical Manager within the Central Zones with particular responsibility for Horse Guards Parade (HGP). HGP was a temporary venue hosting the Men’s and Women’s Beach Volleyball tournament.
Dr Clodagh Dugdale looked after the Equestrian event at Greenwich Park, as well as the BMX Cycling event at the BMX Track.
Professor Mark Batt was at Wimbledon looking after the Tennis competition of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Dr Debbie Palmer-Green worked as a researcher for the International Olympic Committee on their Injury and Illness Surveillance programme which involved 204 National Olympic Committees.
Dr Gurj Bhogal (2010 graduate) was a Sports Medicine doctor at ExCel London, looking after mainly the boxing event.
Dr Betty Cantonsmith (2009 graduate) was the Team Doctor for Paralympic Archery GB. She was at the Paralympic Archery event at Lord's Cricket Ground in September.
Dr Guy Evans (2011 graduate) was a Field of Play Recovery Team Leader for the football tournament.
Dr Anyl Lloyd Gopeesingh (2004 graduate) attended in the capacity as Team Physician for Trinidad and Tobago.
Miss Linda Hardy (2007 graduate) was a member of the physiotherapy team for the LOCOG (London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games) at the athlete village.
Mr Kevin Hunt (2003 graduate) was a physiotherapist at the Equestrian event at Greenwich Park.
Miss Rosy Hyman (2010 graduate) was an osteopath at the Sailing venue in Weymouth for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Dr Pria Krishnasamy (2007 graduate) covered Water Polo at the Water Polo Arena and Paralympic Cycling at the Velodrome.
Dr Susie Northover (2000 graduate) was at the Gymnastics competition at North Greenwich Arena as a Sports Medic. She also covered Goalball at the Paralympic Games.
Dr Lizzy Ojelade (2006 graduate) was a Field of Play Recovery Team member at the Olympic Stadium for the Olympics and at the Excel Centre for the Paralympics.
Dr Winston Rennie (2008 graduate), as a member of the British Society of Skeletal Radiologists, provided MRI scanning for athletes in the Olympic Park.
Ms Julie Sparrow (1999 graduate) was one of two LOCOG volunteer physiotherapists with a roving brief. She was based in the Olympic Village Polyclinic.
Dr Kate Strachan (1999 graduate) is the Medical Officer for the GB Slalom Canoeing team and was at the Lee Valley White Water Centre this summer. She also looked after the athletes at the holding camp at Loughborough in July.
Dr Patrick Wheeler (2004 graduate) is the Chief Medical Officer for British Triathlon and worked with them at the Triathlon in Hyde Park. Dr Wheeler is also the Lead Doctor for Paralympics GB. He wasworking with a team to provide medical care to all the British Paralympic athletes at the Paralympic Games. In addition, he is the Chief Medical Officer for GB Disability Target Shooting.
Dr Anna Zickerman-Quinn (2001 graduate) covered the Sailing event in Weymouth.
Dr Jonathan Power, a part-time student due to graduate in December, was working as a Field of Play Recovery Team Leader at the Aquatics Centre covering Swimming, Diving and Synchronised Swimming.