Industry experience gained from a third year placement at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, helped Charlotte secure a prestigious Medical Research Council Industrial Collaborative Award in Science and Engineering (iCASE) studentship.
After realising a career in banking wasn’t for him, mature student Ken Johnstone decided to move into conservation, a subject closer to his heart but one in which he had little relevant experience.
As well as attending every departmental event and volunteering to assist with research projects, Elisha Peers successfully bid for a grant to fund her dissertation and presented her ﬁndings at an international conference.
During his time at Edge Hill, Liam Purcell discovered a talent for laboratory work that has led to a successful career as a Microbiologist.
After graduating from her undergraduate degree in Human Biology, it took Laia just three months to secure a highly competitive, fully funded, four year PhD in Microbiology at the Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy & Biomedical Science.