Newport student sees research article on Alzheimer’s disease published
A SIXTH form student at Newport Free Grammar School has had a research paper on Alzheimer’s disease published by Medlink, an organisation for current and future medical students.
The article by Sophie Burnage is entitled ‘The Future Possibilities of a Change in Diet Leading to the Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease’.
The youngster wrote the article after attending a Medlink event. She was awarded a distinction for the paper and it was published.
Commenting on her successful publication, she said: “My ambition is to be a doctor and I know that research is at the heart of medicine.
“I enjoyed researching possible cures, treatment or diagnosis for Alzheimer’s disease and it highlighted to me how little people know about it, considering it affects so many people.
You may also want to watch:
“Through this experience I have gained an incredible insight and it has motivated me further to pursue a career as a doctor.”
Assistant headteacher at Newport Mark Norman said: “We are proud of Sophie’s achievement. It is evidence of her talent and commitment and of her teachers’ support and expertise.
- 1 Walden fire: Resident has died
- 2 Revealed: why some Uttlesford car park machines no longer take cash
- 3 Walden war historian on the inspiration behind his latest book
- 4 Emergency funding for Essex care homes amid 'acute' staff shortages
- 5 First birthday celebrations for Railway Arms in community ownership
- 6 Affinity in hot water with residents after sediment build-up in homes
- 7 Official opening held for new air ambulance base
- 8 Award-winning jazz singer Clare Teal and her sextet to play concert at Cambridge Arts Theatre
- 9 County council promises arts boost for Essex
- 10 Walden's Crocus Medical Practice opens within community hospital
“Newport has a good reputation for science and produces a number of medical students each year. We will be supporting Sophie in her application.”
The article can be viewed at http://www.medlink-uk.org/premium_pathology.htm