Hello! My name is Lorenzo Verani and I am a second-year medical student.
I was academic rep during first year and it made me really understand what students need and all the different academic problems in the first few years. With this position, I would try my best to help to tackle some of the most relevant ones.
Firstly, I believe that having peer-to-peer academic support is fundamental in a medical school... read more
Hi, my name is Rahul, I am a third-year medic and am running to be Med-Ed's Early Years Coordinator. Years 1 and 2 are challenging years, as students adjust to the rigors of university life and learn to deal with large amounts of content. Through this role, I would like to support students and ensure they can maximize the opportunities available to them from the very beginning of their time at Imperial.
As... read more
Through my time as Academic Representative last year I enjoyed presenting the academic needs to instigate real change. Being on Students' Union has also made me realise how much I enjoy organising and supporting students. The role of peer-to-peer academic support in particular cannot be underestimated at medical school. We are so lucky that we have this system of supporting and helping each other to excel, and... read more
Rhodes Willoughby (2nd Year).
I think I would be best for this role due to my past experience and interest in medical education and in coordinating projects and societies.
I have been a UKCAT, BMAT and interview tutor with The Medic Portal since June 2018, through which I have tutored, planned sessions for and interacted with a multitude of medical school applicants from around the world, each with different... read more
My name is Edagul and I’m currently a 2nd year medic. I believe that MedED is an invaluable society to ICSM and therefore it would be a great privilege to be a part of this committee.My experience over the past two years has shown me the importance of supportive teaching from older peers, as I have found it’s able to make a real difference to our understanding.
After speaking with the current early years... read more
Hello! I'm Felyx and I am applying for the role of Early Years' Co-ordinator for MedEd. This year, I have developed a great interest in medical education as the academic officer for AMSA. I have founded various new educational resources for our society aimed towards students in pre-clinical years. For example, I founded the AMSA question bank, a continuously growing revision resource that I plan on... read more
Medical Education is something that we all value, but sadly it is something that is not always delivered perfectly. As the early year coordinator I will be teaming up with the other academic societies to provide you with the best peer-to-peer academic support and signposting all relevant academic events to you via monthly newsletters and a centralised iCalendar. My ultimate goal will be to enhance your education... read more
My name is Michal and I’m a 2nd-year student, running to be Early Years Coordinator for MedEd Society. Medical education is a topic, which I’m truly passionate about and would like to help all early years students to excel academically with the help of MedED society.
This academic year I have had a pleasure to be Academic Representative for a second-year student, a role which has taught me a lot about the... read more
My name is Rishi, I’m a 3rd year student and I am running for the position of ICSMSU Medical Education Early Years Officer. Having attended numerous peer-ran tutorials from the various medical societies, I am eager to work on improving the current system and getting more tutors and tutees involved. Holding committee positions for Imperial Medics Cricket Club (secretary, social secretary), MedTech (communications... read more
Hi! I’m Jonny, I’m a 3rd year and I would love to be the Medical Education Early Years’ Coordinator for 2019/20.
Making the transition from school to medical school can be challenging for a number of reasons – one of the biggest changes, in my opinion, is the approach to your studies. Where previously you could rely on spoon-feeding from teachers or a load of resources on the internet, you are now thrust into an... read more