Josephine Simwizye

BSc (Hons) Applied Biomedical Science - Immunochemistry and breast cancer - Josephine Simwizye
Student at work
Students on the Applied Biomedical Science degree contribute to projects that can directly impact on patient management. Josephine Simwizye studied the immunochemistry of sections of breast tissues looking for E cadherin as a marker to differentiate the different types of breast cancer. This project was carried out at Chesterfield Royal Hospital.

Josephine graduated with a First Class Honours degree in July 2008 and was awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Award. Josephine also gave the Student Address at the award ceremony. She has been offered a place at Warwick Medical School to study medicine.