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CV, Recent Graduate Medical Engineer Seeking Work in Research

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 11817

List top 5 skills: analysis, communication, leadership, medical engineer, research
Short Bio:

Good self management and leadership skills; broad knowledge and experience in clinical settings; good administrative skills; strong presentation and communication skills; extensive commercial awareness; proficiency/advanced level language skills (Urdu, English) advanced computer skills (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Solid Edge, MATHCAD, MATLAB, MINITAB)

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map


British Pakistani

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

other, Medical and Nursing

Spoken languages: 

english, Urdu

Locations I am interested in working:


List of countries I have a visa to work in:

Pakistan, United Kingdom

Education, Qualifications:

2010 – 2014 University of Bradford, Bradford, UK

Medical Engineering (MEng)

First Year modules: Manufacturing Systems (96%), Cell and microbiology for engineers (70%), Engineering Computation (79.4%), Material technology and processing (76%), Engineering Analysis (88.6%), Mechanical technology (96.1%), Fluid Mechanics (80%), Functional anatomy and physiology (66%), Anatomy and medical terminology (84%), Introduction to Solid Modelling (80%) and Introductory Mechatronics (61.5%).

Second Year modules: Sensors and Actuators (57%), Biomechanics (64%), Thermodynamics (74%), Healthcare Technology project (84%), Further Engineering Analysis (88%), Materials Engineering and Design (80%), Human Biodynamics (84%), Engineering Statistics (85%), Computer Modelling Techniques (90%), Financial Management (85%), Circuits and Systems (77%)

Third Year modules: Biomaterials (81%), Materials Failure Analysis (75%), Medical Ethics and Regulation (59%), Computer Applications of Numerical Methods (56%), Tissue Engineering and Wound Repair (74%), Final Year Project (85%), Medical Instrumentation and Imaging (81%), Reliability Engineering (98%), Implant Design and Technology (80%), Rehabilitation Engineering (75%)

Master modules: Advanced Project (82%), Design Optimisation (93%), Advanced Numerical Methods (74%), Interdisciplinary Competitive Design (68%), Coaching Development (74%), Genomic Coding (75%), Infection Control (81%), Clinical Biomechanics (88%)

2008-2010 St. Joseph Catholic College, Bradford, UK

A-Levels: Biology (B), Mathematics (A), Urdu (A*), General Studies (D)

AS-Levels: Physics (A), ICT (B)

2006-2008 Nab Wood School (Humanities Specialist and Multicultural), Bradford, UK

13 GCSEs at grades A*-B including Mathematics, English and Sciences

Work Experience:

7 – 11 April 2014 Clinical Placement

Nuclear medicine department, Lewisham Hospital, London

A clinical placement in the nuclear medicine imaging department to further insight into different aspects of radiology and gather data on osteoporotic patients.

4 – 8 February 2013 Clinical Placement

Nuclear medicine department, Kings College Hospital, London

A clinical placement in the nuclear medicine imaging department to gain further knowledge, understanding and the practical aspect of medical engineering. Bone densitometry, computed tomography spectrometry and radio-pharmacy were the core of this placement.

September 2012 – May 2014 Information Assistant – Student Union Reception and Advice Centre

University of Bradford, UK

Administrative duties including: filing, dealing with queries (telephone and direct communication with students), sorting mail, answering calls, arranging appointments, book keeping

Publications and Conference Proceedings:

• Q. Tammer1, M. Youseffi1 and A. Rashid2 “Does treatment for osteoporosis really work? A Statistical analysis of bone mineral density for lumbar spine and femur after medication. 7th UK & RI PGR Conference In Biomedical Engineering And Medical Physics, July 2013, Surrey, UK

• Q. Tammer1, M. Youseffi1 “Can osteoporosis be prevented or reversed? Nutritional protocol for reversal of osteoporosis without medication side-effects” for ‘The International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society’.

Achievements and Awards:

• 2014 – Finalist for the JRI Prize for Best Taught Masters Poster Presentation for paper ‘Osteoporosis and Pharmaceutical Drugs – is this the best treatment?’

• 2013 – IMechE Best Project Prize for a meritorious project on the subject of ‘Does treatment for osteoporosis really work?’ as part of the MEng Medical Engineering course

• Student representative for Medical Engineering and student ambassador for the Engineering, design and technology department

• 2006-2008 – Junior Windsor Fellowship Programme training organised by Aim Higher for students with exceptional curricular abilities during GCSE.

• 2007 – 3rd position by writing a story for a children’s book “No Time Like Present” printed by Asian Cultural Association

Skills Profile:

• Communication: Gained from working as an information assistant as well as helping out with open days. Telephone manners from admin work and working as a clearing helpline assistant. Other oral skills gained from personal tutoring as well as presenting in conferences.

• Team-working: Gained from “Continuing Higher Education” as well as working on a 12 weeks group project, “Off-Road Walking Frame”, in the university (Module: Healthcare Technology Project). Also enhanced from interdisciplinary competitive design where a neonatal incubator was designed.

• Commercial awareness: Gained from memberships to Professional Engineering (IMechE), Health Wellness and Society and Rheumatology Network.

• Research and analysis: Mostly obtained from dissertations and projects where clinical based investigations have been made and statistical analysis has been applied to data for interpretation.

• Leadership skills: Gained from being a student representative and student ambassador for my course in the university. Also, improved from being a team leader for group projects.

• Time management: Learnt throughout school and university and by working to deadlines. Possess the ability to work to deadlines and under pressure.

• IT Skills: – Modelling: SOLID EDGE

– Basic: Microsoft Office Software skills and numeracy skills

– Analysis: MATLAB, MINITAB, MATHCAD, appreciation of Microsoft Excel for advanced analysis


English – (Professional proficiency), Urdu (Native Language), Hindi (Spoken), Punjabi (Spoken)