Part of Thermo Fisher Scientific
12 November 2011
We are pleased to announce that the 2011 Oxoid Award for Excellence for the best performance on a BSc (Hons) Applied Biomedical Science degree course at the University of Portsmouth, UK, has been awarded to Mrs Gailyn White.
“We are delighted that, on recommendation from the University board, Gailyn has received this Award”, said Myra Wilkinson, Course Leader at the University of Portsmouth. “She is a mature student, who has consistently produced work at a high standard and achieved the highest total of marks on the course. She has graduated with a First Class Honours Degree”.
Gailyn has worked in the Clinical Pathology Department at the Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for 9 years and undertook her degree course on a part-time basis. “I am thrilled to have received the Oxoid Award for Excellence, it is the icing on the top of my graduation cake!”, said Gailyn. “The support of my tutors, work colleagues, friends and family has been immense, and I would like to thank everyone who has helped me achieve this honour.”