|A highly motivated, confident and reliable Biology graduate looking for a trainee/junior position in an IVF clinic|
Biologist with an MSc in Reproductive medicine and ethics looking for trainee/junior roles within the IVF field. I have a real passion for the subject and my goal is to become a clinical embryoligist or andrologist, either via the NHS STP programme or a private provider.
Edith Secondary school June-July 2018
- Temporary position working as a Science technician. Tasks included preparing class practicals, assisting teachers on health and safety, performing equipment checks and stock take.
Holiday extras December 2017-April 2018
- Sales specialist working in a call centre to sell shortbreaks, as well as helping customers. Duties involved making sales over the phone, emailing customers and liasing with a larger team to provide good customer service.
Power Efficiency (now Ecova) Summer 2014 and Summer 2015
- Office-based work as a technical client support agent.
- Responsibilities included answering emails, phoning clients and coordinating site visits with colleagues.
Central care July 2016-January 2018
Part time on call consultant, for a company that provides emergency cover to hostels.
- Recruitment agency in which I worked as part of a team as well as individually to provide excellent customer service to hundreds of hostels around London. Tasks included answering emails, speaking to customers, and working under high pressure to provide a fast service to the clients.
2017-2017 University of Kent Reproductive Medicine and Ethics MSc
- Topics covered included:
- CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing experiment
- In vitro fertilisation
- Sex chromosomes and genetics
- Scientific communication skills
- Research project entitled "Investigation of H2A.X phosphorylation kinetics in spermatogenesis".
- Required that I work methodically with regards to health and safety regulations and pay close attention to detail in order to achieve accurate results.
- Included 3 months of practical experience in the laboratory, working alongside PHD and post-doctoral colleagues.
- Use of various laboratory techniques including; immunohistochemistry, use of high powered microscopes, animal dissection, tissue preperation, preparing reagents and analysing data.
2013-2016 University of Kent Biology BSc (Hons)
- Upper second class
- 1st year subjects included:
- Introduction to Biochemistry
- Enzymes and introduction to metabolism
- Molecular and cellular biology
- Human physiology and disease
- Genetics and Evolution
- 2nd year subjects included:
- Gene expression and its control
- Cell biology
- Infection and immunity
- Animal form and function
- Plant physiology and adaptation
- Microbial physiology and genetics
- 3rd year subjects included:
- The cell cycle
- Frontiers in Oncology
- Cancer biology
- Biology and human identity
- Research project entitled: Is acquired resistance to chemotherapy the main hurdle in the battle to treat/defeat breast cancer?
- Practical skills acquired include:
- Preparation and identification of nucleic acids, protein isolation and separation by gel filtration. Use of a haemocytometer, microscopic investigation, aseptic technique and bacterial isolation and cultivation.
- Cell breakage, ELISA, immunoassays, spectroscopy, enzyme assays, protein purification, gene cloning, gas chromatography, HPLC and microscopy.
- Well versed in sterile microbiological techniques allowing for the maintenance and growth of bacterial and yeast cell cultures, UV mutagenesis, western blot analysis, agarose gel electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE, DNA and RNA extraction and spectrophotometry
Bexley Grammar School 2005-2013
- 4 A levels: Biology B, History B, Physical education C, Spanish D
- 12 GCSE’s graded A*-C, including A’s in English, Maths and Biology.
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