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University of Exeter Medical School

Professor Kevin Brandom

Professor Kevin Brandom

Associate Professor (E&S) of Medical Education



 College House G.00A


College House, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK


Kevin is an Associate Professor of Medical Education and a senior member of the Medicial School's academic teaching faculty. He is the BMBS Director of Assessment and Senior Academic Misconduct Officer for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. Kevin has a background in pharmacology and supports teaching on this topic in the BMBS and Medical sciences programmes.

In addition to his undergraduate teaching, Kevin also contributes to the teaching on our Master of Clinical Education programme. Leading sessions on the "Teaching in a Digital World"  and "Assessing Learning" modules. 

Kevin was invited faculty at the Harvard Macy institute (2015-19) where he contributed to the course, Healthcare Educators 2.0: Transforming your teaching for the Digital Age.

Alongside his work at Exeter, Kevin is currently Director-Membership of the Association for the Study of Medical Educaion (ASME).  

He Joined the Medical school in 2007 having previously worked at the University of Bristol. 


  • 2000 BSc (Hons) Pharmacology, University of Leeds
  • 2004 PhD Pharmacology / Cell Signaling, University of Bristol
  • 2011 Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • 2012 ASPIRE Senior Fellow
  • 2013 Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

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Journal articles

Kelly NAA, Brandom KG, Mattick KL (2015). Improving preparedness of medical students and junior doctors to manage patients with diabetes. BMJ Open Diabetes Res Care, 3(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Natasha G, Brandom KG, Young EC, Young PJ (2008). Valproate and spinal muscular atrophy (Review). Mol Med Rep, 1(2), 161-165. Abstract.  Author URL.
Venkateswarlu K, Brandom KG, Yun H (2007). PI-3-kinase-dependent membrane recruitment of centaurin-alpha2 is essential for its effect on ARF6-mediated actin cytoskeleton reorganisation. J Cell Sci, 120(Pt 5), 792-801. Abstract.  Author URL.
Venkateswarlu K, Brandom KG, Lawrence JL (2004). Centaurin-alpha1 is an in vivo phosphatidylinositol 3,4,5-trisphosphate-dependent GTPase-activating protein for ARF6 that is involved in actin cytoskeleton organization. J Biol Chem, 279(8), 6205-6208. Abstract.  Author URL.
Brandom KG, Venkateswarlu K (2001). Analysis of the importance of two PH domains of centaurin-αl for P1P3 binding. Biochemical Society Transactions, 29(3), a81-a81.

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External Engagement and Impact

Committee/panel activities

Medical Schools Council Assessment Alliance

ASME TEL Special Interest Group

 External Examiner for Brunel Medical School 

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  • Director of Assessments
  • Senior Academic Misconduct Officer
  • Member of the Assessment Advisory Panel



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