Brenda Murage graduated with a BSc in Pharmacology from London Met in 2014, and is now undertaking an MSc at Kings College London.
What did you especially enjoy about the course?
I really enjoyed taking part in sessions carried out in the University's SuperLab. It had all of the equipment that I needed in order to carry out experiments for my final-year project.
I learnt many new skills and gained a lot of practical experience that helped me to carry on to a pathology or molecular biology-based Masters degree. I am currently at Kings College London carrying out a six-month lab project investigating roles of bortezomib and oxaliplatin in mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress.
What do you hope to do when you graduate?
I hope to end up working in research and development and the practical skills that London Met has provided will help me to achieve that goal.