Name: Adam Carlton
Achievement: Biomedical Sciences
Year of leaving school: 2011
I left Canon Lee in 2011 and went on to do A levels at York College. This led me to The University of Sheffield where I completed my undergraduate and Masters Degree in Biomedical Science. I am now doing my PhD investigating the role of a specific protein in hearing loss, working for the charity ‘action on hearing loss’. It could ultimately lead to new treatments to prevent age-related and noise-induced hearing loss. This tells you more about my research:
My project is due to end next year, and I’m hoping to secure a postdoctoral contract upon its completion.
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We are looking to recruit an Advanced Teaching Assistant, to work 25 hours per week, term-time only, with groups of students and/or individuals. If you would like to work at our amazing school and within @HopeSentamuLT take a look: buff.ly/2YSopA6 Closes 1 November.
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