Michal P
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Location: London, UK
School: University College London
Major: Biochemical engineering

Michal P

105 Keldholme, Bracknell, Berkshire UK RG12 7RS•------------•michalpawlik4pp@gmail.com•zcbepaw@ucl.ac.uk
Michal Pawlik
University College London (UCL) (2018 – 2022)
MEng Integrated Master in Engineering, Biochemical Engineering
Relevant course work: Mathematical Modeling and Analysis, Introduction to Biochemical Engineering, Engineering Challenges, Design and Professional skills, Fluid flow in bioprocesses, Thermodynamics, Bioprocess analysis, Biochemistry and molecular biology.
Previous education:
 Reading boys (Reading School) (2015-2017) A levels: AAA (OCR Biology, Chemistry and Maths, Bronze medal in the Intermediate Biology Challenge, Mentoring GCSE Biology to students in my school)
 Blessed Hugh Farringdon School (2010-2015) GCSEs: 3A* (Maths, Physics and Polish) and 8As (Biology, Chemistry, RS, Geography, English literature, English language, ART, Design and Technology)
Relevant Experience
Working as a Health Care assistant NHS Royal Berkshire Hospital Reading, UK, 10/2017 - 4/2018

 Caring for ill patients, taking patient vital sign readings, checking blood glucose and ketone concentrations, testing urine samples,
 Helping patients to perform daily tasks, recording vital data in patient computer records
 Serving meals and feeding physically impaired patients

Volunteering at an elderly dementia care home The Bracknell Care Home Bracknell, UK, 2016-1017

 Helping patients with dementia, taking part in and organizing activities
 Serving food to residents, feeding blind patients
 Helping patients to move on wheelchairs

Customer Assistant Marks and Spencer Bracknell, UK, 5/2018-9/2018

 Helping customers with their shopping, picking up customer orders
 Working with stock and recording stock numbers in the store
 Filling in food stocks, reducing products, creating picking lists

Extracurricular activities and additional information
 UCL Cross country and athletics RAX team – running socially and competitively in various cross-country events around London
 Japanese – Learning Japanese and attending Japanese language classes with UCL Japan Society
 EWB Engineers without borders – being part of an outreach society that encourages students consider jobs in STEM
 Standard proficiency in Python, Javascript and MATLAB coding – MATLAB online certificate for project involving the measurement and calculation of interstellar speed and redshift wavelength, also familiar in the use of Excel, Powerpoint, Word and AUTOCAD