Megram, Oliver

Ollie studied forensic science at De Montfort University. During his studies, he was selected to attend Guatemala and Sweden to acquire and further his understanding of Forensic anthropology and analytical drug identification techniques. After graduating in 2020, Ollie aided the fight against the pandemic as a laboratory operative at the Milton Keynes Lighthouse laboratory before acting as a supervisor to help set up the first academic covid diagnostic laboratory run by the University of Birmingham. Ollie commenced his doctoral research in October 2021, looking at Benchtop NMR metabolomics for personalised medicine.