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Miss Amber Skye Cooper BSc

MRes Advanced Biological Science student

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Amber Skye Cooper is an MRes in Advanced Biological Sciences student within the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton.

I graduated in 2020 at the University of Southampton. My undergraduate degree was in biomedical sciences. In my final year I studied the communication of science where I researched glial cells and their potential therapeutic target to treat Alzheimer’s disease. My dissertation included in my literature research project focused on the developmental role of vitamin D in neonates and pregnant and lactating women, highlighting gaps in our knowledge and experimental techniques.

Research interests

Why I chose MRes Advanced Biological Science

I chose MRes to learn and develop my experimental techniques and be part of a team in the field, contributing to research in particular interest to me. Alzheimer’s and neuroscinece have become a growing interest of mine throughout my bachelors degree in biomedical sciences, and the MRes will alow me to increase my understanding of the research protocals.

Aims for the future

I am interested in doing a PhD.

Supervisor: Dr Amritpal Mudher

Research group

Neuroscience

Affiliate research group

MRes Advanced Biological Science

Miss Amber Skye Cooper
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences
Life Sciences Building 85
University of Southampton
Highfield Campus
Southampton
SO17 1BJ

Room Number NNN: 85/3041 seat 79

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