The University of Southampton
Biological Sciences

Aralee Rose Ramos Master of Biomedical Science with Foundation Year, 2016

Undergraduate student

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I had an Internship at the end of my second year at the University’s Cancer Sciences Centre at Southampton General Hospital - that was when I definitely knew I wanted to specialise in cancer research.

My favourite part of my degree was the opportunity to work in well-equipped laboratories alongside world-renowned scientists. My main research interest is cancer and I was able to work on projects involving both human cancers and contagious cancers that affect Tasmanian Devils. The diversity of projects that are offered here is amazing.

I had an Internship at the end of my second year at the University’s Cancer Sciences Centre at Southampton General Hospital - that was when I definitely knew I wanted to specialise in cancer research. I’m now waiting to hear if I’ve been successful in getting a graduate job with Eli Lilly.

The University of Southampton was the ideal place for me. It’s in the suburbs but still has a city feeling to it and it’s not too far from London. I would advise anyone thinking of coming here to take the plunge. The lecturers are welcoming and approachable, they’ll encourage you to follow your interests and help all they can.

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