About Hamdi Hussain
After completing a 1st Class degree in Medical Biochemistry in 2013, I joined a 4-year interdisciplinary MSc + PhD programme at the University of Warwick, which aimed to train the next generation of research scientists across the physical/life sciences interface. I completed my MSc in Mathematical Biology and Biophysical Chemistry, where I was able to undertake various research projects, such as the molecular modelling of the keratin family proteins. For my PhD project, I utilised a number of biochemical tools to study the structural organisation of key proteins which regulate cell division.
After completing my PhD in Biomedical Sciences in 2018, I continued my work in cell division as a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Warwick. During this time, I enjoyed analysing data, publishing manuscripts, and communicating my research to the general public. This helped me realise that a career in medical writing is the perfect fit for me as it allows me to utilise my skills whilst being in a role which has a direct impact on improving patient care.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my children and family, baking, swimming and going for walks in nature.