Michael (Mike) STROUD

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1955-04-17
Education Trinity Sch Croydon, UCL (BSc), St George's Hosp Med Sch (MB BS), Univ of London (MD)
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Recreations Polar travel, ultra distance running
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Style Dr Mike Stroud, OBE
Career doctor and explorer; various NHS trg posts 1979-85, NHS registrar in med 1987-89, research in human performance 1989-95 (latterly chief scientist in physiology Defence Research Agency Centre for Human Scis), research fell in nutrition and sr registrar in gastroenterology Southampton Univ Hosps NHS Tst 1995-98, conslt gastroenterologist and sr lectr in med, gastroenterology and nutrition Southampton Univ Hosps NHS Tst 1998-; Footsteps of Scott Antarctic expdn 1985-86, 5 North Pole expdns 1986-90, crossed Antarctic with Sir Ranulph Fiennes 1992-93 (first unsupported crossing in history), ldr UK team Marathon of the Sands Sahara Desert 1994, Eco-Challenge adventure race 1995 and 1996, first unsupported, non-stop desert crossing of Qatar 2002, seven full marathons on seven continents in seven days with Sir Ranulph Fiennes 2003; various TV and radio appearances incl as endurance expert Are You Tough Enough for the SAS (BBC) and presenter The Challenge (BBC); Polar Medal 1995; memb Physiology Soc 1994; MRCP (UK) 1984, FRCP (London and Edinburgh) 1995; FRGS 1994
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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