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RCSI MATTERS
CLASS OF 2009
Paul Dhillon, now practising in Canada, and Sujanna
Muttu (1995 graduate), now practising in Malaysia, both
successfully completed the Diploma in Tropical Medicine
and Hygiene at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical
Medicine in 2014.
Sujanna Muttu (Class of 1995) and Paul Dhillon (Class of 2009).
CLASS OF 2008
Andrew Watt, vice-president of the Students' Union in 2006-
7 and currently a postgraduate trainee at the University of
Toronto, was married to Courtney Crumb in the countryside
northeast of Toronto, Canada on August 30, 2014. A special
mention goes out to Anders Huitfeldt, also of the RCSI
Medicine class of 2008, for travelling from Boston, where he
is in the PhD programme at the Harvard School of Health,
for the occasion.
Andrew Watt and Courtney Crumb.
Photo credit: Catherine Farquharson
CLASS OF 2005
Ole-Petter Hamnvik and his husband Kevin have adopted
their first son, Jasper Nicolai Hamnvik-Ard. He was born on
October 7, 2014, and he's doing great!
CLASS OF 2003
After 17 happy years in Ireland, Thomas King has returned
to his native London to undertake subspecialty training in
reproductive medicine at University College Hospital. "It
has been a wonderful time, and I am privileged that RCSI
has been at the centre of my life in Ireland, starting as an
undergraduate, followed by a postgraduate MD, and then
completing the cycle as an RCSI tutor in Connolly and
Waterford Hospitals. I would also not have met my wife,
Crystal Wong (RCSI/PMC Class of 2003) were it not for RCSI,
and we are pleased to announce the birth of our second
child, Max, who was born in September 2014. We have many
fond memories of RCSI and look forward to maintaining
close ties in the future."
Crystal Wong, Thomas King and family
CLASS OF 1995
Kholoud Qasem has been chosen by the Kuwait Institute of
Medical Specialities to Chair the Examination Committee of
the Kuwait Board of Dermatology.
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