I am running for surgsoc executive committee as I want to use the skills I have developed to contribute to the society's ever increasing calendar of events. This year, I was the Heartsoc conference chair where I worked with the co-chairs to organise the annual national conference. Leading experts in the field of Cardiology were invited. One speaker was Dr Rasha Al-Lamee, the lead author of the ORBITA trial. I... read more
Hi everyone! I’m Nimryta and I would love to be on Executive Committee next year. I have had a really enjoyable year being on subcommittee and would love the opportunity to continue working with the society.
My first event with Surgical Society was Trauma 2018 which was a wonderful, whirlwind weekend of lectures and workshops that really made me realise what a large platform the society has. It provides so many... read more
Hi everyone! I’m Andrew, a 4th year medic intercalating in biomedical engineering and I’m running for the position of general executive.
As a member of this society, I have been provided with a wide range of surgical events which has allowed me to learn from the absolute best. I would be honoured to work alongside such a driven committee to keep building and improving on the events.
Being the Vice Chair of IC... read more
My name is Amulya Khatri and I would love to be on committee for another year! I have been subcommittee in 2017/2018 and on the executive committee this year. My role has been the Innovation Conference Chair, giving me the necessary skills to organise a successful event, managing a team of 7 to deliver this year’s conference. I have also had experience with surgical training events as the co-lead for... read more
The position of General Executive Member is one that I’d thoroughly relish continuing for the next year. As a keen member of Surgical Society for 4 years, I have developed an understanding of the types of events run and how we cater for all students interested in a surgical career – whether it be revision sessions, skills workshops or conferences. The society and its committee are friendly, engaging and extremely... read more
I'm running for executive committee with the focus to run the Foundation Skills in Surgery (FSS) course! I have gained a vast amount of experiences from attending many Surgical Society events over my medical school career, in addition my comprehensive experience in event management and my passion for surgery would enable me to further improve the high standard of the events held by the Society. The vast... read more
Hi, my name is Rahul, I’m a third-year medic and I’m running to be Executive Committee Member for Surgical society.
I am drawn to Surgical society by the range of work that it undertakes. From anatomy revision sessions to clinical skill workshops to major academic conferences. As part of the committee, I look forward to the opportunity to help with a variety of projects and heighten the society’s outreach. I also... read more
Hi, I’m Hector and I hope to be part of the 2019-20 Surgical Society General Executive committee.
I believe I am the right fit for the role as this academic year I took up the role of Assistant Vice-President of the Pharmacology society, where I contributed to a more than 4-fold increase in memberships from the previous year, and helped organise events such as the talks by Professor David Nutt and Dr Louise... read more
My name is Amar and I hope to be an Executive Committee Member for next year. Being part of subcommittee (2018-2019), has been an enjoyable experience. Integrating with the committee and knowing more of the team has been a highlight.
My role has allowed me to develop and become involved in the organisation of multiple events. Carrying out multiple roles such as logistics officer for the Innovation Conference... read more
Working as a general executive member this year and helping organise events such as FSS and organising the upcoming Plastic Surgery Skills day has been great! Having learnt a lot about event organisation, helping out in Trauma and in other events throughout the year I have dealt with the stressful situations and mishaps that happen during events with a calm and collected outlook. With the experience gained from this... read more
I'd like to be an Executive Committee Member as I have a serious interest in surgery. As a third year medical student, I have a greater understanding and experience of the skills required for surgery and I hope to build on what SurgSoc has already accomplished. If I became a committee member, I would love to encourage more events focusing on Women in Surgery events and increasing exposure to different... read more
Hello everyone! I’m Julia, the friendly neighbourhood Design Officer you all know and love. It’s only my first year in the Surgical Society, and I feel like I have so much more to explore and contribute in the future; that’s why this year I’m going to step it up and, with your help, become a General Executive Committee Member.
My role this year has prepared me for what’s to come: aside from aiding various Event... read more
Having been your Trauma Chair last year and running Surgical Society's flagship event, I want to use that experience in my final year as part of Surgical Society to push past its boundaries and create a new event to benefit the medical school as a whole.
Several students in my year group, now heading into the penultimate year of medical school, still do not have a good idea of what they want to specialise in,... read more
Ready to work with the committee, demonstrators and the society’s members to bring amazing events for our anyone interested in surgery.
Hello! I’m Hasaan, a third year medical student and I’m running for the General Executive position in Surgical Society.
The society is a fantastic way of getting students more informed about surgery, the variety of specialties it contains and even the chance to get hands on in... read more
My name is Michal and I am a 2nd-year student running to be Surgical Society Executive Committee member. Having spent a year as a part of the SurgSoc subcommittee I have been able to actively participate in organising events and would like to continue to do so next year, in an extended role to develop my surgical interests and be able to spread it to fellow students.
During my time in the subcommittee, I have... read more
As medical students, many of us are intrigued by surgery, from our first anatomy dissection to assisting a surgeon in an operating theatre, we all have had various experiences throughout our medical careers. A lot of us are still unsure if surgery is a suitable career for us. As part of the Surgsoc committee, I aim to reduce the difference between what members of the society expect from an event, and... read more
Hi, I’m Amna!
I’m running for Executive Committee Member as I would love the opportunity to inspire an interest in surgery amongst students and to make a career in surgery more accessible for those already interested. As a member for for the past 3 years I have attended a variety of SurgSoc events and have myself developed an interest in cardiothoracic surgery in part because of SurgSoc’s events.
My experience... read more
I am passionate about being a surgeon and a career in surgery is my ultimate goal. Surgical Society events such as the Innovation Conference last year and the recent Foundation Skills in Surgery course allowed me to better understand the complexities involved in pursuing a surgical career and its many rewarding aspects.
As part of the Malaysian Medics International (MMI) UK committee, I organised and led events... read more
Hello, I am Anushree, a fourth year medical student and I would love to be part of the general executive committee next year.
My main agenda is to introduce a Surgical Specialities Fair, building upon Surgical Question Time. The event aims to create a dialogue between students and surgeons to help future surgeons choose a speciality. This can be accomplished through lectures and stands. Moreover, to take this... read more