Sorry I'm a bit late with this.
I wasn't originally going to put myself forward as I am quite new to the StackExchange platform. However I have really very much enjoyed working with you all to help build the site over the last few days and feel that I would be able to give a lot! I have been active on the main site every day but one and have also tried to help in discussions on meta.
A little about me, I'm taking my final A-Level exams later this year (including biology, of course!) and assuming that all goes well will be taking up my place at medical school. So, whilst I may be still amassing a knowledge base, I would hope to be useful to the community in the years to come. I say years because I think it's important for mods to be in it for the long haul in order to build a relationship with other frequent users!
Whilst I don't have any previous moderating experience on StackExchange, I was a moderator for nearly three years on a tech support forum with in excess of 400,000 members and believe I learnt a lot from that experience. I certainly believe that I would be well suited to introducing new experts to the SE platform and hopefully encouraging them to stay. I am a native English speaker and member of SE English and have made a fair few edits here that have hopefully made things a little clearer and more consistently formatted (20 edits approved, more in the queue).
All in all I would love to take a leading role in the creation, development and promotion of the SE Biology site. Whatever the outcome, I look forward to working alongside everyone in the community!