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From Dunn School student to High Court judge: The Inspiring Journey of Omphemetse Mooki
In a career journey that transcends boundaries, Omphemetse Mooki's story stands as a testament to the limitless possibilities that determination and a pursuit of excellence can achieve.
Company co-founded by Dunn School alumnus awarded £1.8 million to tackle Postoperative Delirium
Dr Benjamin Dodsworth completed his PhD in the Dunn School and went on to co-found and become the Chief Scientific Officer of PIPRA (Pre-Interventional Preventive Risk Assessment) based in Zurich, Switzerland. Founded in 2019, PIPRA is a digital health company that aims to combat Postoperative Delirium, the most common post-surgical complication affecting 20% of patients...