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Miss Stacy Littlechild 


Educational and Professional Qualifications:

2008-2011: Bachelor of Science in Biology – Cum Laude Honors

 

Academic Positions:            

2011-2012: Research Associate, Kansas State University Division of Biology, Manhattan, KS, USA.

Summer 2009: Undergraduate Research Intern, Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory, Salisbury Cove, ME, USA.

2008-2011: Undergraduate Research Assistant, Kansas State University Division of Biology, Manhattan, KS, USA.

 

School Roles and Committees:                  

2013-Present: Cardiff Institute of Tissue Engineering and Repair (CITER) Postgraduate Society Co-Chair

 

External Committees/Memberships:                    

2013-Present: Tissue and Cell Engineering Society (TCES) Member

2013-Present: British Society for Matrix Biology (BSMB) Member

2009-Present: Association for Research in Vision and Opthalmology (ARVO) Member

 

 

Innovation and Engagement:         

2013: Cardiff University News, “In Focus, Stacy Littlechild, President’s Research Scholar, School of Optometry and Vision Sciences”

www-mc1.cardiff.ac.uk/10869.file.dld

2012: Kansas State University News Release, “Tests show that adhesive can help improve the safety of LASIK eye surgery”

https://blogs.k-state.edu/kstatenews/2012/08/27/tests-show-that-adhesive-could-improve-safety-of-lasik-eye-surgery/

 

 

Awards:         

2013: Speaking of Science Poster Presentation Award, “Creating Corneas for Transplant Surgeries”

2012: Cardiff University President’s Research Scholarship

2012: Cardiff University International Scholarship