Rhys Wardman

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

  • Wanted to study at Bradford to be close to home
  • Hopes to go on and study his PhD 
Photo of Rhys outside on campus

What's been your favourite part of the course?

For me, the best part of my course has been doing the lab work and being able to work independently. It has given me the skills and experience I will need in the future.

Tell us about some of the projects you've worked on

In between my second and third year I did a summer placement for eight weeks in the University's Centre for Skin Sciences.

I was looking at vascular research the University is doing with the British Heart Foundation. It's something I'm excited about, so I've been helping out in the labs during my final year.

Tell us about some of the projects you

What are your plans after you graduate?

I'm hoping to continue research in this area, I have applied to do my PhD here.

The support for progressing to postgraduate study has been great. My personal tutor encouraged me to go for it and helped me with the application. I've also had a lot of help with securing funding, I've applied for a British Heart Foundation scholarship to help me carry out this valuable research.

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