I graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2013 with the Vice Chancellor's Prize. I was enthused by research throughout my undergraduate studies and undertook a number of funded research internships, including at Harvard University, MRC Harwell and the Universities of Birmingham and Manchester. I have since earned considerable translational experience as a graduate, both during the Academic Foundation Programme and, from August 2015, in my current role as an Academic Clinical Fellow in Clinical Oncology. I currently combine an interest in discovery science laboratory work with my role coordinating a precision oncology trial.
Academic Interest: I am interested in using biophysical and molecular research methods to better understand the cellular biology of oesophageal adenocarcinoma.