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Hounslow, Gt Lon, United Kingdom
October 24, 2016

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I am an enthusiastic and hard-working scientist with the ambition to pursue a rewarding career in the pharmaceutical industry. My interpersonal skills are excellent and I enjoy meeting new people, who find me reliable, trustworthy, well-organised and adaptable. I am also determined, goal-oriented and have a passion for scholarship and research. As I have the ability to remain calm under pressure, I work well to deadlines and respond rapidly in a dynamic work environment. I have the charisma and communication skills to work effectively in a team, combined with the confidence to assume a leadership role if required. My conscientious nature ensures that I always give my best, either with individual responsibilities or group work. I am intelligent and creative, and have outstanding organisational and time management skills.

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION Kingston University Sept 2013-16

BSc 1st class (Hons) Pharmaceutical Science

My BSc Experience

I chose Pharmaceutical Science as an alternative to Pharmacy because it gave me a broad understanding of all aspects of the pharmaceutical industry. The most enjoyable aspects of the course were Organic & Medicinal Chemistry, Drug Development and my project dissertation. After I graduate, my long-term ambition is to gain employment in the pharmaceutical industry, where I can contribute to the development of new drugs. Completing my degree has left me even more fascinated by this area of research.

During my final year, I enjoyed my dissertation immensely and achieved one of the highest marks in the year (78%). During my project I got to learn how to use the HPLC instrument, GC and Mass spectrometry, filling the COSSH form. I managed my lab work efficiently under space and time-pressure, demonstrating that I can focus on long-term individual projects. My project, which concerned the release of heavy metals pollutants into the environment, carrying Principal component analysis (PCA) on all elements of periodic table, trained me to be patient, hard-working and confident. Firstly, I refluxed an alcoholic suspension of either cypress leaves or dust in the fume cupboard for 1 hour to determine which was a better biomonitor. I then used mass spectrometry, AES and AAS to quantify the metal concentrations. I have used other techniques, including acid base titration, recrystallization and vacuum filtration during the drug development module to synthesize propionamide as colourless, sparkling, needle-shaped crystals.

Science Foundation Course Kingston University Sept 2012-13

The Science Foundation Course was a combination of AS and A2 A-level Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. This one-year course afforded me the basis of scientific knowledge needed to undertake my degree.


A levels and GCSE’s Brentford School For Girls Sept 2005-12

GCSEs 10- including Chemistry, Biology, English and Maths

A levels 3- History, ICT, Photography


I am skilled in all of the common laboratory techniques, including:



I.R Spectroscopy

Mass spectrometry, GC,HPLC

U.V. Spectroscopy

TLC, AES, AAS, Flame test

Acid-base titrations


Simple and fractional distillation

Reflux heating

Vacuum filtration

Extraction & Chromatography

IT & other skills:

Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, Power Point, Outlook

Internet Browsers: Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera

Ability to manage own time and prioritise workload.

Curiosity to learn about current and new medicines and treatments.

Ability to work in small groups and also independently.

Fluent in English & Fars


Lloyds Pharmacy, 115-117 Bath Rd, Hounslow, Middlesex TW3 3BT

2015-Present: Team member/dispenser

This role entails working on the sales counter-serving customers and dispensary, this role involves good understanding of the GSL and P medicines, providing best health care advice, taking prescriptions, endorsing the medicines in the dispensary, putting delivery away, writing all the private prescriptions, handling the till and the safe cash at the end of the day (cashing up). This role has made a resilient, responsible, and very tolerant individual. Currently on the dispensers course.

Herbert & Herbert Pharmacy, 106 Staines Road, Hounslow, Middlesex TW3 3LH 2013: Team member

This job involved working in the lab and dispensary, and learning about the medicines, including how they are treated and where they must be kept. Also having conversations with the pharmacist and other team members, on how to handle difficult customers. My part-time role also involved packing, shelving and ordering medicines for the pharmacy. This position increased my self-confidence and maturity, while broadening my understanding of medicines.

Brentford School for Girls, 5 Boston Manor Road, Brentford TW8 OPG

2011- 2012: Senior prefect

Cranford Primary School, Berkley Avenue, Cranford, Hounslow TW4 6LB

2009: Classroom assistant

Brentford School for Girls, 5 Boston Manor Road, Brentford TW8 OPG

2008-2009: Canteen supervisor


I am interested in reading pharmaceutical journals / news articles, and am very eager to learn about diseases, disorders and their cures, and enjoy learning about technology such as new applications & apple software. I also enjoy badminton and listening to music.


Dr Rosa Busquets

Senior Lecturer in Analytical Science

Kingston University



Dr Ian Beadham Dr Steve Barton

Lecturer in Organic Chemistry Principal Lecturer in

Kingston University Pharmaceutical Analysis

KT1 2EE Kingston University

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