I am a friendly and patient tutor who gains satisfaction in helping people realise their full potential. It is important to understand how each student learns and tailor sessions to make the lesson memorable. A major focus is on exam technique and ensuring the student understands how to demonstrate they posses the required knowledge.
In 2017 I completed my PhD in Surgical Sciences, focusing on immunology, at the University of Oxford. Previous to this I studied Biochemistry at the University of Leeds, gaining a upper second class honours degree.
I have spent time working as a scientist in the pharmaceutical industry and academia, and I have worked as a consultant in the pharmaceutical sector. I am currently implementing an IT project focused on biological services at King`s College London. About a third of my time is spent teaching PhD students, research assistants, technicians, principle investigators and professors. This is something I find particularly rewarding.
Availability: I am available during weekday evenings and at the weekend.
Willing to travel: 10 miles
Experience: I started tutoring whilst at secondary school after discovering a school initiative that encouraged more able, older pupils to help younger students with their academic progress in core subjects. While working as a research assistant and as a PhD student at the University of Oxford I tutored a number of A-level and Masters students. About a third of my time at work is currently spent teaching researchers, from technicians to professors, how to use a new genetic tracking system that I am implementing at King`s College London.
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