I am a PhD student now in Aston, trying to develop a novel therapeutic platform for T-cell therapy. I was Master's student in Imperial College London and I have graduated from UCL with BSc Bioprocessing of New Medicine (Science and Engineering) in 2017 summer. I have tutored young adult aged 16-18 during my undergraduate degree in Chemistry and Biology before so I am very aware of the programme. I usually tailor the tutoring sessions to the needs of the student, given that they have told me what they want to do. I also try to find exercises because I believe practice makes perfect.
I have been giving lessons for 3 years now and I have had 5 students in total. I volunteered with a programme so I didn't ask how my student did - the organisation forbids it. But I know one of my students went into Imperial, studying biochemistry now!
I am on the Dean's list 2017 and I achieved a first in my undergraduate degree. I was also rewarded the Future Targeted Healthcare Manufacturing Hub Prize for my research project and the PwC Prize for Bioprocessing/Life Sciences Enterprise Presentation of a Business Plan. I finished my studies with Distinction on MSc Genes Drugs and Stem Cells and I really enjoy doing health-related science research. Currently doing a PhD.
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