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CV, UK Based Biomedical Graduate With Business Exp. Looking Globally

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 23433

List top 5 skills: business analysis, organisation, problem solving, project co-ordination
Short Bio:

In 2013 I graduated from the University of Kent where I earned a degree in Biomedical Sciences. I have been interested in science from an early age and I am proud of achieving this qualification. During my time at Kent I also represented the university as a member of the men’s lacrosse first team and was elected club social secretary in my second year. These achievements demonstrate my self motivation, thirst for knowledge and dedication.

Current location: 

London - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Pharmaceutical and Science, IT and Technology, Medical and Nursing

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Profile

In 2013 I graduated from the University of Kent where I earned a degree in Biomedical Sciences. I have been interested in science from an early age and I am proud of achieving this qualification. During my time at Kent I also represented the university as a member of the men’s lacrosse first team and was elected club social secretary in my second year. These achievements demonstrate my self motivation, thirst for knowledge and dedication. After university I started a career in business analysis and project co-ordination. After nearly 2 years in this line of work I am eager to rekindle my love of pharmaceuticals and medicine.

Qualifications & Education

2010-2013
THE UNIVERSITY OF KENT
Biomedical Science BSc (Hons) 2:1

1st Year

 Fundamental Chemistry for Physical Scientists and Bioscientists

 Chemistry for Bioscientists

 Introduction to Biochemistry

 Skills for Bioscientists

 Human Physiology and Disease

 The Microbial World

 Molecular and Cellular Biology I

 Enzymes and Introduction to Metabolism 2nd Year

 Skills For Bioscientists 2

 Introduction to Laboratory Medicine A

 Pharmacology

 Physiology

 Physiology of the Microbial Cell I

 Infection and Immunity

 Gene Expression and Its Control

 Catabolic and Biosynthetic Process of Life 3rd Year

 Introduction to Laboratory Medicine C

 Haematology and Blood Transfusion

 Integrated Endocrinology and Metabolism

 Advanced Immunology

 Virology

 Pathogens & Pathogenicity

Skills gained during my degree

 I gained an in-depth knowledge of disease and medicine including the pathogenesis of major diseases and the mechanism of actions of many pharmaceuticals. I also gained an overview knowledge of bio-chemistry.

 I developed my laboratory techniques and my ability to collect, analyse and accurately present data both written and verbally.

Final Year Research Project – “The induction of porphyria in pathogen colonies via locating and utilising structural differences in the enzyme Protoporphyrinogen Oxidase”. I was required to methodically obtain, analyse and present research data with reference to the pharmaceutical field.

2003-2010
Woodbridge High School

A-Levels: Biology (C), Business Studies (C), Physical Education (C)

GCSEs: 11 including Maths, English and Science at grades A*-C

Career Summary

Sept 2013 – Present: FirstBaseIT (Project Co-ordinator/Business analyst)

During my time at FirstBaseIT (a small software development company), I have been a part of a rapidly growing business. My role was to take large projects from the client gathering stage through to live release. I have spent time client site as well as managing a team of developers based in India. I have proven myself as an important asset to the company, which is demonstrated by the pay rises that I have received.

Skills

Communication My ability to convey my knowledge and views has been tested throughout my social and educational life. My above average communication skills have been tested during my time spent client site and my successful year long service as social secretary.

Teamwork I have undergone successful teamwork in the academic and non-academic environment. Most notably, working in a close knit team of 5 at FirstBaseIT.

Problem solving I have always excelled as a problem solver, I attribute this to my ability to remain calm under pressure. To be successful in any project management role, one must be able to methodically and rapidly achieve the best solution for any problem that arises.

Organisation A high level of organisation is necessary to gain a 2:1 in a labour intensive degree such as biomedical sciences.