New Fellows of 2024

Posted on: Friday 28 June 2024
Author: FPM

Congratulations to our new Fellows of FPM

FPM Awards 2024

We are very pleased to announce new Fellows (FFPM) of 2024

Fellowship is based on experience and seniority in the profession, and recognises achievement at a high level in the profession.

Find out more about some of them below (displayed in alphabetical order):

Dr Abraham undertook her medical training in London, Oxford and Cambridge. She was a Clinical Lecturer at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology and undertook her PhD, as a Wellcome Clinical Training Fellow, examining the effect of glucocorticoids on pro-inflammatory intracellular signalling. Her novel finding was that a Dual Specificity Phosphatase (DUSP1) renders partial glucocorticoid resistance (J Exp Med 2006). Her research interests in Basic Science include intracellular signalling regulation, post-transcriptional regulation and RNA stability. She is a recognised specialist in Rheumatology/Immunology, Internal Medicine and has developed novel Clinical trial designs from First in Human to phase 4 clinical trials with monoclonals antibodies, small molecules, vaccines and plasma derived proteins across therapeutic areas.

Dr Abraham has worked in the NHS as a Consultant and also as a Senior Lecturer in Rheumatology at Imperial College. She has held senior leadership roles in the National Institute of Health Research including rheumatology lead, divisional lead and national industry and biosimilars lead. With her interest in translational and experimental medicine, she has developed and published on biomarker/imaging and drug discovery programmes in Psoriatic arthritis (Psa)and Psoriasis (Pso).

Within Pharmaceutical Medicine she has been head of therapeutic strategies in Immunology and has led clinical development across many indications including dermatology, respiratory, neurology, cardiovascular and renal medicine. Additionally, she is engaged in a number of Public and Patient engagement initiatives to help understanding the needs and value of biomedical research and designing patient centric trials. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, London and Glasgow. She is also a fellow and past president of the Rheumatology and Immunology Sections of the Royal Society of Medicine. In 2018 Dr Abraham received a Nomination for the Top 50 women Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness.

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