Balliol College, Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3BJ
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- 2013: (Expected) BMBCh, Oxford University
- 2010: BA Hons. (2:1) in Medical Sciences, Oxford University
- 2007: A2: 4 As (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
- 2006: AS: 6 As (Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Philosophy)
- 2005: GCSE: 11 A*s (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English literature, English language, French, Latin, Geography, Design and Technology, Religious Studies)
- Advanced Life Support, Resuscitation Council UK, (9 September 2012, valid for 4 years)
- Piano Grade 7 (ABRSM)
- Violin Grade 7 (ABRSM)
Experience, Interests, Achievements
My main academic interests lie in psychiatry and philosophy. I am also a keen musician and photographer. My poetry was published in all but one issue of the college poetry magazine during my undergraduate.
- Campaigns Officer for Oxford Students for Liberty (Hiliary term 2013)
- Vice President of Oxford Students for Liberty (Michaelmas term 2012)
- Secretary to Oxford Students for Liberty (Trinity term 2012)
- President and founding member of Osler House Medical Ethics Society (2011 - 2012)
- Technical Director, Tingewick Society (2011 - 2012)
- Chair of the Oxford Medical Students Society Discussion Group (active 2008 - 2009)
- IT officer, Oxford Medical Students Society (2008 - 2009)
- Spoke, following an invitation from the 'Mind Your Head' mental-health awareness campaign, at an Oxford University Student Union event in February 2012 on the subjects of personality disorder and schizophrenia.
- Spoke alongside Andrew Copson (Chief Executive, British Humanist Association), in a public debate held at Balliol College, Oxford, on the subject of religious worship (October 2012).
- Gave multiple lunchtime lectures on a variety of subjects at my school's Scientific Society, which I helped run (Whitgift School, South Croydon).