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Dr Thomas Smith, Head of Aerospace Physiology, King's College London, and OUCAGS alumnus, talks about his #MedSciLife.

The #MedSciLife series showcases the personal stories of people working in medical and health research, showing how researchers manage their work-life blend.

Dr Thomas Smith's story

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