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I began my academic career by studying combined Biology and Physics, before transitioning to Zoology and later completing an MSc in Conservation and Biodiversity. During my years at University I was involved in various research projects involving pollinators, from the evolution of eusociality to the impacts of neonicotinoid pesticides on bumblebee immune memory.
Since completing my academic studies I have been working in science education in secondary schools, sixth forms and FE colleges, covering Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Science before arriving at Kingston University to begin as a Graduate Teaching Assistant.
Graduate Teaching Assistant