From an early age, I felt drawn towards a career that could measurably benefit others. After briefly considering forensic science and medicine, I realised that a degree in Biology opened a gateway to a vast range of satisfying and stimulating vocations. After completing A Levels in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Tudor History (the theory being that taking history would stop me forgetting how to write an essay!), I headed north to Durham University to take up a Biology Degree. After my first year, it was clear to me that I wanted to specialise in life at the smaller scale, so took the Cell Biology Degree Route.
|Durham Cathedral from Observatory Hill|