Head and Deputy Heads of School
Head of School

 

   

 

 

Dr Aasifa Tredray - aasifa.tredray@nhs.net

Dr Aasifa Tredray MB ChB FRCA, started working as Head of School for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine in February 2021. She continues as Head of School of Anaesthesia following the creation of a separate School for Intensive Care Medicine in London in 2022.

She graduated from the University of Sheffield Medical School in 1996, where she started her Anaesthetic career. She moved to London in 2001 and completed her anaesthetic training in South West London and has been a Consultant Anaesthetist at St George's University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since 2006. 

Her clinical areas of interest are in Airway and Regional Anaesthesia. Educationally she has been an Advanced Module Lead, Educational Supervisor, College Tutor and most recently the Lead and Higher Training Programme Director for South West London and the South London Anaesthetic Programme Specialist Training Committee Chair.

Dr Tredray's vision is to continue delivering the high standard of training and education for all Anaesthetic trainees across London so that they are ready for their future roles as consultants. She wants all trainees to feel valued, supported, celebrated in excellence, and treated equally and fairly in an open and transparent manner.

"I look forward to continuing the work of my predecessors and taking the London School of Anaesthetics into the future."

Deputy Head of School

Carlos Kidel - c.kidel@nhs.net

Dr Carlos Kidel is a consultant anaesthetist based in The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust in North London. 

He graduated from The University of Manchester having done an undergraduate degree in Physiology at The University of Edinburgh previously. He initially worked in South Manchester and then returned to his roots in North London for his anaesthetic training in the North Central rotation.

He was briefly the College Tutor before becoming Core or Stage 1 TPD for anaesthetics from 2014 to 2022 when he was appointed to work in a new role as Deputy Head of School alongside Dr Adrienne Stewart.

He is the CPEOD lead in his NHS trust, has an interests in Obstetric Anaesthesia, anaesthesia for major complex surgery and provides a truly perioperative service buy running pre assessment clinics and staffing the Post Anaesthetic Care Unit.

He loves outdoor life and ‘encourages’ any trainees based at Royal Free to incorporate a team run on Hampstead Heath as part of their commute to work.

He is delighted to have the opportunity to work with Drs Tredray and Stewart to shape and evolve the high quality training of anaesthetists in London.

Deputy Head of School Adrienne Stewart

 

Training Programme Directors, Leads and Advisors

Regional Training Programme Directors (TPDs) and Advisors

Region Stage 1 TPD Stage 2 TPD Stage 3 TPD Regional Advisor

North West London

Ruth Bedson

Phillip Peel

Amardeep Riyat

Sian Jagger

North Central London Abigail Whiteman Kate Sherratt Trudi Young

Sonia Brocklesby

North East London Naomi Hancox Stephen Hallworth Stephen Hallworth

Roger Cordery

South East London Marina Choudhury Dev Mahtani Dev Mahtani

Oliver Rose

South West London Adam Shonfeld Daniela Mathew Anna Walton

Rene Suite

Faculty of Pain Medicine Regional Advisors: 

  • Ashish Shetty (North London)  
  • Sandesha Kothari (South London)

Pan London Training Programme Directors and Leads

TPD for Academia

Gudrun Kunst

TPD for Advanced Pain Training 

Fauzia Hasnie

TPDs for Educational Delivery 

Gunjeet Dua, Emilie Martinoni Hoogenboom

Simulation Leads

Janis Ferns, Ching Pang

Less Than Full Time Advisor and SRTT Champion

Anna Fowler

Trainee Representatives
North London I am currently CT2 in North West London. My first degree was in Geography at the University of St Andrews, I then worked for several years in the Tech industry before applying to Graduate Medicine. I have keen interest in trainee wellbeing and simulation training. Outside of anaesthesia I can be found either at the theatre, spending time with my increasing number of god children, or cooking a mean Shepherd’s pie.

Jonathon Kaberry

jonathon.kaberry@nhs.net

South London