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Dr Cobb completed a B.Sc. in Biological sciences at the University of East Anglia and continued on there to study for a PhD in Biochemistry investigating the molecular interactions of DNA repair proteins. In 2010 he became a research associate at King’s where his work focused on understanding the molecular causes of accelerated ageing disorders and how genomic stability underlies age-associated cardiovascular disease. Dr Cobb is now a Teaching Fellow in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine with major interests in active learning and authentic assessments. He co-developed the final year Synthetic Biology Group Project module; an innovative module in which students apply molecular genetics techniques to solve a biological problem they have identified, and are assessed by project pitch and wiki-report. Dr Cobb teaches a variety of modules for all undergraduate year groups including Biochemistry, Genetics & Molecular Biology and Molecular Basis of Gene Expression. He also acts as Department of Careers & Employability Liaison (DCEL) for Biochemistry and is responsible for organising careers events.