Why we’re here

For us, it's all about medical education. We relish each and every opportunity to help students learn.

One 2 One Support

At our core is a small team of academic doctors striving to deliver the highest quality of revision course to students across the UK and beyond.

Since 2010, we have helped hundreds of students get into medical school and thousands more succeed at their medical school exams.

Our partners

  • MDU

    The Medical Defence Union is the leading medical defence organisation in the UK. One 2 One Medicine and the MDU have worked together closely over the past 5 years to produce what is now our longest running course: Pre Clinical Medicine.

Meet the team

  • Dr. Grant Milne


    Grant graduated from the Judge Business School, Cambridge University in 2009 and went on to read clinical medicine at University College London.

    He founded One 2 One Medicine in late 2010 winning UCL's Entrepreneurs Challenge and placing 3rd in National University Entrepreneurs Challenge 2011. Grant is passionate about teaching and has been involved in start up education projects at hospitals and universities for the past 6 years.

  • Dr. Jake Mann

    Educational Lead

    Jake Mann is a young doctor with an outstanding academic profile, extensive teaching experience and involvement in research.
    Jake graduated from Birmingham medical school top of his cohort, with 8 distinctions and 14 prizes. The Vice-Chancellor's Award was given to Jake Mann in 2012; it is the highest award at the University and illustrates scholarship, personality and leadership. He is currently completing an academic clinical run through in paediatrics in Cambridge and is a physiology supervisor at the University of Cambridge.

  • Dr. Oliver Ziff
    BMedSc MBChB

    Pre Clinical Lecturer

    Oliver is a junior doctor working in London currently on an academic foundation programme at University College Hospitals Foundation Trust. He graduated from Birmingham medical school in 2014 with Honours and intercalated in Cardiovascular Physiology, gaining First Class Honours and the Arthur Thompson Scholarship. During his time at medical school he was awarded numerous academic prizes including those in Epidemiology, Clinical Sciences and Medical Education. Oliver is passionate about teaching and successfully founded and ran the Peer Assisted Learning Sessions (PALS) programme at Birmingham University.

  • Dr. Hannah Walker
    MBBS BSc

    Interview and UKCAT Lecturer

    Hannah is a junior doctor currently working in London. She graduated from Imperial College London in 2015, obtaining numerous distinctions and merits including a starred distinction in Paediatrics. She intercalated in Reproduction and Development earning a First Class Honours.

    Hannah has a keen interest in medical education and has been actively involved in running Med Ed schemes as a student and a junior doctors.

  • Dr Blair Merrick

    Clinical Lecturer

    Blair is currently in his second year of core medical training in London. He is hoping to pursue a career in infectious diseases and is presently working towards a diploma in tropical medicine and hygiene. He graduated from Birmingham medical school with honours and multiple distinctions in 2013, and achieved the Arthur Thompson Prize for work during his intercalation year in clinical sciences. He is a keen educator having been involved in regular bedside teaching and lecturing of undergraduate students, and has helped set up and run a national FY1 preparatory course for new medical graduates.

  • Dr Majd Protty
    MBChB PgDip MSc MRCP(UK) MAcadMEd

    Pre Clinical Lecturer

    Majd graduated from Birmingham in 2013 with honours, multiple distinctions and prizes. He was awarded the prestigious university “Chancellor’s prize” for his outstanding academic progress and contribution to the life of the University. Recently, Majd was awarded a distinction for his masters studies in cardiovascular therapeutics at Cardiff University. He is currently a Welsh Clinical Academic Training (WCAT) fellow in Cardiology. Majd has a long-standing interest in medical education. In 2014 he coordinated the FY1-delivered undergraduate medical student teaching at the University Hospital of Wales. He is currently the RCP Associate tutor at the Royal Gwent Hospital and is responsible for organising MRCP PACES teaching.

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We're always on the look out for great medical talent. If you are a medical student or doctor with a strong motivation to help others learn we want to hear from you.

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