Experienced tutor and PhD student specialising in Biochemistry and Oncology at UCL
Jack is a PhD student, specialising in Biochemistry and Oncology at UCL, and an experienced tutor. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from the University of Nottingham and a Master’s in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Imperial College London. During his Master’s and PhD, Jack has provided subject tutoring and dissertation support to both undergraduate and Master’s students, all of whom have achieved excellent results. He also has experience tutoring A-level Biology and Chemistry on the major examination boards.
University College London (University of London)
University of Nottingham
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
In the past year I have taught a four A level biology students and two A level Chemistry students as well as providing tutoring for two higher education students with dissertation support.
During my PhD and Masters of Research, I have taught both undergraduate and masters students. They were typically taught in a laboratory setting to demonstrate techniques and explain fundamental principles. One of my Masters students managed to obtain a Distinction award for her laboratory work and thesis writing and is now applying to the PhD programme herself.
- Distinction in Masters of Research Distinction from Imperial College London (2018-2019)
- 2.1 in Bachelor of Science from University of Nottingham (2014-2018)
- 1 A, 2 B's in A Levels (2012-2014)
- Awarded fully-funded BBSRC Summer studentship at Professor Ronald Chalmers Laboratory at the University of Nottingham
- Final 16 contestant of the Three-Minutes Research Presentation competition at Imperial College London
- Extended Project Qualification - ‘The effect of chemotherapy and radiotherapy on human health'. Examined and assessed detrimental consequences of cancer treatments from a variety of sources including literature and patients.