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Elliott Parris

Associate Scientist (iGEM Competition)

Business Analyst at Usablenet

London, United Kingdom

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Birkbeck, University of London

Associate Scientist (iGEM Competition)

June 2015 to October 2015

London, United Kingdom

University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland

Associate Scientist (Peptide Drug Discovery)

June 2014 to September 2014

Valais, Switzerland

University College London

Student Fundraiser

October 2013 to March 2014

London, United Kingdom

Elliott Parris's Education

University College London, U. of London

Master in Science (MSci) Genetics Evolution & Environment and Synthetic Organic Chemistry 2:1

2011 to 2015

Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College

A-Levels: Chemistry A*; Biology A*; Maths A; AS-level: Extended Project A*; Geography A. A-Levels: Chemistry A*; Biology A*; Maths A; AS-level: Extended Project A*;

2009 to 2011

Longhill High School

14 GCSEs 4 grade A* including Maths and Double Science 4 grade A* including Maths and Double Science 4 at grade A including English

2004 to 2009

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Birkbeck, University of London

iGEM is an international synthetic biology competition for genetic engineering that takes place annually. Every year teams of undergraduates and postgraduates from over 250 universities across the world compete to design and build genetically modified organisms to create novel solutions to global problems. Birkbeck iGEM 2015: Modular Construction of Bacteriophage for Diagnostic Systems Diagnosis of many infectious...

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Business Analyst at Usablenet - Global technology services company focused on enterprise mobile strategy and execution. Responsible for providing day-to-day support to the Usablenet sales organisation, to help the sales team achieve its monthly goals, and acquire clients Usablenet's services can add value to. ***************************************************************************************************************** University College London Master in Natural Sciences (Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Genetics, Evolution and Environment), where I achieved a 2:1. My masters level project used bioinformatics to tackle the problem of protein sequence contamination during PCR. 7 months of bioinformatics using Python. - Obtained a Bronze Medal in the 2015 International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) 2015 competition, representing Birkbeck, University of London. 5 months of synthetic biology, molecular biology and microbiology. - Aided obtaining a grant for a Peptide Anti-Viral Drug Discovery project while on an applied-research internship in Switzerland, 2014. 3 months of drug discovery and organic chemistry.Associate Scientist (iGEM Competition) @ iGEM is an international synthetic biology competition for genetic engineering that takes place annually. Every year teams of undergraduates and postgraduates from over 250 universities across the world compete to design and build genetically modified organisms to create novel solutions to global problems. Birkbeck iGEM 2015: Modular Construction of Bacteriophage for Diagnostic Systems Diagnosis of many infectious diseases relies on expensive medical or laboratory technology. Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) is notoriously slow-growing, making positive diagnosis of TB a lengthy process, with drug resistance even slower to confirm. Even in areas with access to modern technology the time to diagnose is usually 2-4 weeks. A bacteriophage-based diagnostic tool that does not require advanced training or equipment could significantly improve rates of diagnosis, which could lead to better treatment and enhanced monitoring of the spread of drug resistance. Enterobacteria phage lambda is a well-characterised bacteriophage. The specificity of this bacteriophage’s adsorption to its host, E. coli, is determined by the tail fibre proteins binding to the bacterial outer membrane protein C and the tip attachment protein J binding to maltoporin. Our aim was to develop the lambda bacteriophage as a modular chassis that could in future be engineered to detect TB as well as other pathogens, replacing only a subset of genetic parts. As a proof of concept we aimed to alter specificity in order to change the phage’s host range. In addition to a large contribution to the lab component of our project I took the lead on producing a website to represent our work (http://2015.igem.org/Team:Birkbeck) and with three members of our team presented our work to audiences exceeding 100 several times in London, and once in Boston, MA. From June 2015 to October 2015 (5 months) London, United KingdomAssociate Scientist (Peptide Drug Discovery) @ - Using novel developments in organic chemistry to produce lead peptides with uncharacteristically high protease resistance, cellular penetration, and biological activity; despite their size - Confident with using Automated Multiple Peptide Synthesizers and both High and Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography with Mass Spectrometry - Interacted with Synthetic Biology to complete synthesis of particular peptides - 3 months of experience both individually in a laboratory environment and as part of a small research group From June 2014 to September 2014 (4 months) Valais, SwitzerlandStudent Fundraiser @ • Representing University College London as a Student Fundraiser on behalf of their Development & Alumni Relations Office has a few key responsibilities: • Raising awareness and funds for University Students, Departments and Research. • Being able to quickly form relationships with people of all ages from around the world requiring an adaptive yet consistently warm temperament • Enthusiasm and confidence when discussing fields which you have knowledge in or, and often including, intrigue into those you are less knowledgeable about From October 2013 to March 2014 (6 months) London, United KingdomSales Executive @ Responsible for increasing the sales of car policies to existing Hastings Direct customers combined with a high level of customer service. After beginning with no sales experience after 2 days of training began making sales. Required excellent communication, enthusiasm and sales skills. From July 2013 to September 2013 (3 months) Brighton, United KingdomImpact Team Member @ Direct sales and customer service along with merchandising and shop keeping. Gained experience team working, customer skills, problem solving and organisation in a demanding and fast moving environment requiring flexibility and ability to use initiative. From July 2011 to September 2012 (1 year 3 months) Brighton, United KingdomImpact Team Member @ Responsibilities included customer service, merchandising and shop keeping next to Oxford Street, the busiest retail street in Europe, requiring the highest level of customer service skills, team work and organisation complemented by initiative under pressure. From October 2011 to March 2012 (6 months) London, United KingdomMathematics Tutor (GCSE) @ • Essential to be self-motivated, have well developed organisation skills, to manage time effectively and to possess the social qualities of patience, enthusiasm and courtesy. From November 2009 to July 2011 (1 year 9 months) Brighton, United KingdomNuffield Bursary @ Gained valuable first hand laboratory experience performing batch uptake experiments and obtaining results using inductively-coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy. Set up a project entitled "Removal of Heavy Metals from aqueous solution using Iron Nanoparticle-Based Clean-Up Devices" . Obtained a Gold CREST award for the subsequent scientific article and presentation to Professors in the field. Required enthusiasm, trust from the laboratory engineers, commitment, ingenuity, problem solving and organisation abilities. From June 2010 to August 2010 (3 months) Brighton, United KingdomFootball Coach @ Assisted ex-professional footballer at football school for ages 4-16 aiming facilitating the progression of the most talented footballers and most importantly ensuring children of all abilities are enjoying themselves. From March 2010 to April 2010 (2 months) Brighton, United KingdomReferee @ Qualified as a FA Referee Level 7 after completing training course then refereed games regularly in all weather conditions. Responsible for fast decisions under pressure from players and spectators, but primarily the safety of the children. From 2008 to 2010 (2 years) Brighton, United KingdomPaperboy @ Delivered on average 40 papers every day except Sundays. Learned to adapt delivering route regularly with changing subscribers to maximise efficiency of delivery, required commitment and organisation. From April 2005 to April 2006 (1 year 1 month) Brighton, United KingdomMaster in Science (MSci), Genetics, Evolution & Environment and Synthetic Organic Chemistry, 2:1 @ University College London, U. of London From 2011 to 2015 A-Levels: Chemistry, A*; Biology, A*; Maths, A; AS-level: Extended Project, A*; Geography, A., A-Levels: Chemistry, A*; Biology, A*; Maths, A; AS-level: Extended Project, A*; @ Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College From 2009 to 2011 14 GCSEs, 4 grade A* including Maths and Double Science, 4 grade A* including Maths and Double Science, 4 at grade A, including English @ Longhill High School From 2004 to 2009 Elliott Parris is skilled in: Organic Chemistry, Genetics, Biochemistry, Research, Teamwork, Football, Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Laboratory, Scientific Writing, Statistics, Customer Service, Ecology, Pharmacokinetics, Medicinal Chemistry


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