I have a strong interest in science and Medicine. At A-level, I studied Biology (A*), Chemistry (A*), Maths (A*) and French (A*). I have a BA degree from the University of Cambridge (2013-2016) for Preclinical Medicine and Physiology, Development and Neuroscience during which I completed research studying the mechanisms of learning in a part of the brain called the cerebellum.
I have completed four years of my medical degree (including clinical rotations in hospitals) and I am now intercalating for three years in order to pursue a PhD in the Department of Medicine, Cambridge. I am researching how we can apply machine learning techniques for the prediction of cardiovascular events such as heart attacks and stroke.
I love to share my knowledge with others, and help them achieve their full potential.
IGCSE Edexcel Chemistry and Biology
AQA A-level Biology
Edexcel A-level Mathematics
Elizabeth gave me advice about preparing for medical school applications, covering A level revision techniques and materials, UCAT and BMAT preparation, and choosing and applying to universities. She gave me several really useful ideas that I hadn't considered before, and she was very nice and easy to talk to!
Everything is clearly explained :)
The girls always show exceptional engagement and retention levels after seeing Elizabeth. Excellent
Elizabeth helped me with congenital heart diseases for a masters level project, very informative and has a great teaching style. money well spent. thank you
El is great, I will be scheduling another call within the hour. She has helped a lot!
Another very helpful session. Elizabeth explains things really well and in an easy-to-understand way. Thank you.
Elizabeth's tutoring sessions are really helping me to get to grips with my chemistry. They are well-planned and informative.
Biology A-level (A*)
Chemistry A-level (A*)
Maths A-level (A*)
French A-level (A*)
BA (Hons) Class II, Division 1 Preclinical Medicine and Physiology, Development and Neuroscience - University of Cambridge
MB PhD - University of Cambridge 2013 - 2022