-Katy Waters My time at Royal Holloway is now coming to an end and on July 12th my student status will have evolved into that of a zoology graduate. If I could go back in time to 3 years ago, … Continue reading A Few Cheeky Cheats For Zoology Undergrads
Professor Alan Gange, Head of School Welcome to the second edition of the School newsletter for this session. I hope you enjoyed reading the first edition as much as I did. I would like to congratulate all of those involved in the editing and production of this newsletter. As I have said before, a publication like this can only be as good as its contributors, and after such a good start, we need to keep the momentum going. So please consider writing something today! In the relatively short time since the last newsletter, the School has seen remarkable success in research grant awards. Such awards are vital for the … Continue reading Professor Gange’s Newsletter
Andrea Briones, PhD I have been a student at RHUL for a long time. Originally from Peru, I studied in Texas as a Biochemistry/Pre-medicine major and then decided to pursue my further education in the UK. I chose RHUL on account of its impressive reputation and charming campus; I haven’t looked back since. After the successful completion of my bachelors in Biochemistry, followed by a short period of time at work, I returned for my MSc studies and now I am finishing my PhD at the university. Living and studying in different places had exposed me to a broad range … Continue reading BSc, MSc & PhD – Royal Holloway has given me it all.