I believe in making the lesson a productive conversation that will allow the student to first, understand the subject and second, learn how to adapt themselves so that they would no longer require my lessons and become more independent.
I want each student to first explain to me what they know. After that, we build on that foundation and slowly build on their understanding while simultaneously improving study techniques.
I am a student and a photographer. As well as a fitness enthusiast and healthcare professional. I have studied for a long time and know how to tackle the life of academia. After acquiring my Master's, I started studying medicine and therefore, my area of expertise resides within maths and science and more niche subjects at the university level. This includes biomedical modules and research.
However, I also teach at the GCSE level. I currently teach two GCSE students privately, who struggle due to a language barrier but have seen improvement with the lessons.
Barts and the London: Medicine (MBBS)
First year student.
University College London: Translational Neurology MRes (Distinction)
Practical skills acquired at university: Staining, Immunohistochemistry, Immunofluorescence, qPCR, Cortical
Brain tissue analysis via microscopes and imaging analysis software (ImageJ and Imagescope).
Student academic representative: Liaised between students and staff to raise student issues and help staff improve the academic experience for the students.
Final Year Project: “The expression of heat shock proteins DNAJB1 and HSP27 in Alzheimer’s disease”.
University of Hertfordshire: Biomedical Science BSc (1st class Hons) 2013 – 2016
Practical skills acquired at university: Staining, Microscopic investigation, Aseptic techniques and bacterial cultivation, maintenance of cell growth and culture, protein qualification and quantification, enzyme assays, use of a haemocytometer, preparation of a blood film, blood type testing, liver function tests, western blotting, SDS- PAGE, Agarose gel electrophoresis.
Final Year Project: “The potential use of resveratrol analogues in cancer therapy: Investigating LPS-stimulated murine macrophages and iNOS inhibition”.
Kingsbury High School Sixth Form: A-levels 2011 – 2013
Completed Biology (B), Chemistry (B), and Mathematics (C) A-levels and Photography (B) AS-level qualifications.
Kingsbury High School: GCSEs 2010 – 2011
Achieved GCSEs (Grades A* - B) certificates in Mathematics, English, Arabic, Double Science and IT. Also achieved a community sports leadership award and completed the higher sports leadership award course.
Arabic – Fluent. English – Fluent.
Provided upon request.
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