My teaching method varies depending on the student, and I structure each lesson accordingly to ensure the most can be gained from tutoring. I like to take a positive and relaxed approach, as I feel this carries through in a students work.
I am a recent Biochemistry graduate with two years of experience tutoring science subjects to all school ages. I have also completed an internship teaching biology and chemistry to schools around the UK, and I am eager to help younger student fulfill their full potential!
A highly motivated Biochemistry and Immunology graduate with a passion to pursue a career in bioscience research. I have proven to be a hardworking and reliable individual who is willing and excited to expand my knowledge of inflammatory disease therapeutics. Excellent at working both independently and as part of a team through my positive work ethic and my ability to plan and manage time effectively.
2017 – 2020
First Class Honours - BSc Biochemistry and Immunology, University of Strathclyde; 2nd year direct entrant.
Undergraduate Thesis – ‘An investigation into novel targets for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.’
In my final year I was awarded The Immunology Prize, sponsored by the British Society of Immunology: “Awarded to the student with the best academic performance in the final Immunology classes and Immunology-coded 40-credit project component.
Nat 5 Chemistry - A
Nat 5 Biology - A
Nat 5 Physics - A
Nat 5 Maths - A
Nat 5 English - A
Nat 5 PE - A
Higher Chemistry - A
Higher Biology - A
Higher Physics - A
Higher Maths - A
Higher Psychology - A
Higher English - B
Advanced Higher Chemistry - A
Advanced Higher Biology - B
Scottish Science Baccalaureate - Distinction
Further Academic experiences
In my final undergraduate year, I was selected to study an additional class: ‘Advanced techniques in in vivo biology,’ funded by the British Pharmacological Society. This involved carrying out various in vivo techniques as part of different projects, including areas of immunology, behavioural neuroscience, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.
I previously developed my interest in disease pathophysiology by undertaking the Scottish Science Baccalaureate interdisciplinary project. In my chosen topic of "The role of neuroimaging in Alzheimer's disease", I worked with Biomedical Imaging Centre to study neuroimaging techniques alongside mechanisms of disease progression. This enabled development of research, interpersonal and presentation skills, with the overall experience heightening my interest in the study of human diseases.
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