Biomedical Science Graduate
Posted: Sunday the 20th December, 2020. 15h16
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Overview: I am currently an IBMS accredited biomedical science honours degree graduate, with the grade of 2:1 achieved overall. I have carried out numerous lab works throughout the course, working on my own biochemical research project on my third year which was the preparation of a DNA construct suitable for heterologous expression of Swoo_1173 in E.coli.
I believe that by taking this opportunity for work, I will be able gain precious experience in the field, increasing my confidence and gives me a nice start to my future career. I’d also like to gain more experience working in labs as I enjoy it thoroughly, both working alone and as part of a team as I did in my final year project.
In the project, I’ve used many commonly used but useful techniques such as gel electrophoresis, PCR amplification, gene cloning using pGEM-T Easy vector and restriction enzyme mapping in order to determine the 3D construct of my protein through crystallography.
One of my third year modules included bioinformatics in which I’ve learned the usage of Putty and other very important apps such as Tophat, Cufflinks and Bowtie and the command lines for them through which I’ve been able to achieve quality check, DNA sequencing and many more genome based coding.
For other certain modules I was required to create and present a few oral powerpoint presentations in which I’ve chosen and researched topics on my own and as part of a team, completing the said presentations within the given deadlines which despite a slight issue in a script; it was completed to a fairy good standard.
Due to my interests for the subject and the general science around it, I have, by my own personal means, gained some scientific experiences in my own time. For example, I volunteered at a clinic in Japan where I’ve seen consumption of barium sulfate by an actual patient and the x-ray of it as well as CT and MRI scans and a detailed talk by an expert on the analysis of the generated models and images.
Despite the many lectures and deadlines I attend to and complete in my years at university, I managed to organise my time table in order to attend and be a well-fitting and contributing member to the societies I attend such as Japanese society. In the society, there are many communications between people of different nationalities which I do quite enjoy as well as the teaching which I’ve partly organised too.
Current location: United Kingdom
Qualifications: Biomedical Science
Qualified at: University of Essex
Country qualified: United Kingdom
RCVS registered: No
Been qualified for: 1 years. I graduated in 2020
Type of practice I have experience in: N/A
Sole charge experience: No
Accommodation needed: No
Drivers licence: No
Availability: From January
Computer skills: Putty, Microsoft Excel, Word and Powerpoint
Desired location: Nottinghamshire, Newark. Close to the castle
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