I am a dedicated, organised and sharp polymath. I have great interpersonal skills and am an excellent team worker who is keen and always willing to learn and develop new skills. I possess extensive experience of leading, supporting, developing and motivating individuals and teams to perform at the highest level. I am an analytical thinker, with extensive problem solving skills and crisis management experience. I have an active and dynamic approach to work and getting things done. I am not a shy individual and enjoy public speaking on all levels.
In November 2018 I began working as a Business Development Executive in the London office of an in-vitro diagnostics solution company called Randox. Where we develop diagnostic solutions for hospitals, clinical, research and molecular labs, food testing, forensic toxicology, veterinary labs and life sciences.
I submitted my PhD thesis in July 2018, it was entitled – 3D Analysis Of The Hip Joint For The Prediction Of Osteoarthritis.
In 2014 I joined the Department of Medicine at the University of Cambridge as a PhD student after being awarded the Adrian J Crisp PhD studentship. I previously read an MSc in NanoMedicine and a BEng in Medical Engineering at Swansea University. My primary interests are: medical imaging, 3D bone analysis, 3D printing and tissue engineering. My research based in the Bone Research Group at Addenbrooke’s Hospital involved the development of biomarkers for the identification of Osteoarthritis. My advisors were Dr Ken Poole in Addenbrooke’s Hospital and Dr Graham Treece, Dr Andrew Gee and Dr Tom Turmezei in the Department of Engineering.