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A smart patch that promotes shoulder repair

Edyta Augustyniak

Research Assistant

I work as a documentation assistant for a preclinical trial in Professor Andy Carr’s group, where my work focuses on the translation of two novel medical devices (BioYarn and BioPatch) from an academic research setting to the clinic. More specifically, my role involves producing documents and handling preclinical data relating to each product’s Quality Management System. In addition, I am responsible for contributing to the preparation of the Investigators brochure and supporting evidence relating to MHRA trial submissions.

Additionally, I am in my final term of a DPhil in Oncology at Oxford University, where my work was focussed on developing tools for the early detection of oesophageal cancer. Prior to that, I achieved a 1st class Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Cell and Molecular Biology.

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