I am a Teaching Fellow awarded by the Higher Education Academy, during my post at the University College London (UCL), to teach main biological and medical genetics literature and techniques. I have been a member of the teaching committee of UCL, covering BSc, MSc and PhD modules on cardiovascular genetics, since 2015. I have also performed extensive research on the field of cardiovascular genetics and mentored research/medical staff and students through out my career. Supporting good research practice and team work, professional student learning, developing high quality teaching and engaging students into effective critical thinking and constructive dialogue are just a few of the points that I am extremely keen on supporting and promoting.
How would you describe your teaching style?
Professional, constructive, formative and inspiring.
What qualifications do you have?
Teaching Fellow by the Higher Education Academy Research Fellow
Tell us about your experience...
My main teaching interest is to support student learning, develop high quality teaching and assist engagement of students into effective critical thinking. Currently, I am acting as a module co-ordinator, lecturer, personal tutor, supervisor, assessor and research project manager at undergraduate and postgraduate students for the integrated BSc, MSc and PhD programmes in the Institute of Cardiovascular Science, University College London.
What locations do you tutor in?
Biology, Genetics, Chemistry
What is your personal message to students?
I am a dedicated person on delivering high quality and peer-reviewed teaching on biology and human molecular genetics. My main method of teaching is by engaging students into effective critical thinking and constructive dialogue, while offering up to date taught material on related subjects.
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