... help assist with the determination of the postmortem interval (how long a person has been deceased) and identify body location identifiers within the UK.
... Steve Irwin. Whilst he has no connection with my areas of interest, it was so inspiring at a young age to see and individual truly care and be passionate about their interests and go above and beyond to succeed in their mission.
... socialising with friends through finding exciting new places to eat, reading or listening to an audiobook, cross stitching and crocheting, and aerial skills such as hoop.
... chemistry plays a large part within understanding the disciplines of Forensic Science and is vital in areas such as Toxicology and Quality Assurance.
... the successes which follow on from the hard work and commitment, which can be used to help other people/investigations.
... continue to inspire others, particularly girls, in include STEM in their lives and continue to make conscious decisions about how my actions impact on the environment.
... do what you love and enjoy doing. Small failures along the way, such as a poor exam grade, do not have an impact on your future, so do not worry.
A-Levels in Biology, Psychology and History
MSci (hons) Forensic Science at the University of Wolverhampton
Postgraduate Research in Biological Sciences, University of Wolverhampton, exploring ‘the investigation of taphonomic changes for use in the determination of the postmortem interval and body location’.