The Council

The Council


Dr John Chinegwundoh

John Chinegwundoh matriculated in 1988 at Emmanuel. He studied Medical Sciences and completed his Clinical Studies at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals in 1994. He rotated through a variety of London Medical posts and spent three years at Columbia University in New York on a Fellowship. He became a Respiratory Consultant in 2004 at Kingston Hospital in South West London. Having completed 4 years as Clinical Director for Medicine, he is now Trust Lead for Health Inequalities.

Council Member

Dr Siobhan Carver

Dr Siobhan Carver read medicine at Newnham before completing her clinical studies at Imperial. She gained her MRCP whilst working at the Royal Brompton Hospital, before moving onto GP training in Kingston. She is both an NHS and Private GP in Putney, where she specialises in Menopause and HRT, Dermatology and Paediatrics, and also runs the Paediatric Together clinic with local Consultants from St Georges Hospital. She also has a keen interest in lifestyle medicine, having completed the IBLM Diploma. She runs health inequality projects for the Chronic Disease team within the South West London CCG and is an undergraduate GP tutor for Imperial.

Honorary Cambridge Secretary

Dr Fiona Cornish

Dr Cornish has been a GP at Newnham Walk Surgery for 30 years, looking after many students and university academics. She teaches junior doctors and medical students. She has been School Doctor at King’s College School. She is a Past President of the Medical Women’s Federation. She is on the Council of the Medical Protection Society. She is a trustee of the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust, Medical Support in Romania and is Chair of the trustees of the Michaelhouse Centre. She is an Apothecary. She is a governor of Benenden School. Dr Cornish is married and has four children.

Council Member

Dr Alison McLean

Dr Alison McLean trained at Girton and the Middlesex Hospital. She specialised in GI radiology and was a Consultant at Bart’s. She currently works at King Edward VII’s Hospital in London.