I'm originally from Athens, Greece and I'm currently writing up my PhD thesis on the protein interactions involved in pathogen recognition. I've been working on it part-time at the University of Cambridge and am hoping to submit by Christmas.
I have been a lab demonstrator for the Departments of Biochemistry, Zoology and Medicine at the University of Cambridge for 7 years (2009-2016). This involved teaching groups of 15-20 undergraduate students both the relevant theory and practical lab skills necessary for their courses.
I also took the IB in school, including HL Biology, so I'm familiar with the syllabus and requirements should you need help preparing for it.
I like to make science fun and have a relaxed, friendly style of teaching. I try to break things down into simpler components and give real world examples as I find this approach is both more interesting and easier to understand.
|Languages||English (British), Greek, French|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Sussex||2009||Bachelors||Molecular Medicine|
|English (Foreign Language)|