SHaleEn's WeBsItE !!!!!!!

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AlL aBoUt Me

Hi my name's shaleen and i am 14 years old. I study at eastbury comprehensive in barking. I am interested in going shopping and going out with my friends. I have a bubbly personality and am always laughing.. My five closest friends are Emma, Becky, Hannah, Hardeep and Kirsty. I was nominated to do this project by my science teacher, and decided to take part as it would be a great experience. I haven't got any hobbies however i love shopping and just having fun with my mates.

 

The picture is a portrait of me and for any of you who don't know me, IT LOOKS NOTHING LIKE ME !!!!!!!!!!!

WhAt Is ThE PrOJeCt AboUt????

This project is based on asthma and vaccinations.We will be looking at ; what in our enviroment causes asthma?, how dustmites cause asthma?, we will also be mapping out asthma, whether we will ever get a vaccine for malaria, where do vaccines come from and what they are used for, and lastly we will be mappping out vaccination in our borough. We will be split into groups and work on one of these topics. I will be working on a project me and my friend thought of which was: "TB and why LEDC countries don't get vaccinated for it". This project will not only run for two weeks but for a whole year. This will involve doing work experience at " The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine" and coming to after school meetings.

People involved in the project :

Carolyn Stephens: Carolyn Stephens is the senior lecturer in enviromenatl health. Her research areas are research policy, Environment, Malnutrition, Globalisation, and Health inequalities. She has worked at the school since 1991 with much of her time living over seas working with her colleagues. She is an organiser of teaching on a unit in ethics,human rights and public health.

Chris Grundy: Chris is a lecturer in Geographical Information Systems. His research areas are Surveillance and enviroment. He used to work in civil engineering and came to the school after getting an MSc in GIS.since then he has been working on exploring ways GIS can be used in health research..

Mary Cameron : Mary ia a lecturer at the school and her research areas are Helminths, Clinical trials, Insects, Leishmaniasis, and Environment .She originally joined the Department of Entomology at LSHTM in 1984, to study oviposition behaviour in mosquitoes, but later left to take up a post-doc position at the University of Oxford in 1990. After field work on sandfly biology in Peru, and her appointment at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine as a Research Fellow, Mary re-joined LSHTM in 1995 to conduct laboratory and clinical trials to reduce house dust mite allergens in homes. She was appointed Lecturer in 1998.

Simon Carter: Simon is a lecturer in sociology. His reasearch ares are Risk and Science policy. He started his working lfe as an industrial chemist and then spent a while working in environmental health. Went to the University of Lancaster to read Sociology as a mature student and stayed on to do a PhD in the Centre for Science Studies and Science Policy. Worked for about 7 years at the MRC Medical Sociology Unit, University of Glasgow before coming to LSHTM as a lecturer in Sociology.

Kevin Tetteh: Kevin researchs on Malaria and Vaccines. Kevin joined the school in January 1999, working on malaria.

Spencer Polley: Spencer Polley researchs in immunoepidemiology, malaria and vaccines. Spencer joined the school in 1998.

Gareth Weedle : Gareth is a research degree student and his research areas are infectious diseases, malaria and genomics. After completing a BSc in genetics at the University of Nottingham. Gareth worked as a research technician for a short time before beginning a PhD.

David Conway : David is a senior lecturer and researchs in Infectious disease, Malaria, Genomics,and Vaccines. David runs a research group focusing on the genetics of the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. He studies fundamental aspects of genetics in natural populations as well as in the laboratory, to gain understanding which is critical and relevant to the realistic development of new interventions.

What we have done over the two weeks:

Day 1: Introduction to the summer school by carolyn stephens.

team building by erick stein

after lunch some more team building

Break into groups

Prpare to visit LSHTM

Day 2: Tour of LSHTM

Day 3: Learn about asthma and its causes

split into groups with the mentors and work on your problem.

learn about vaccines of the world.

day 4: Map out health problems

split into groups with mentors and complete work on problem

group feed back on what you found out and select your project choices.

Day 5 : learn how to use dream weaver

week two

day 7: identify your project question, objective and methods.

day 8: stubbers adventure park

day 9: group feed back

start design

 

 

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