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Our Regional Heads
 

Aberdeen

 
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Ahmed Rathore

 

 

"As someone who had a far from simple entry to medical school, I can appreciate how complex and scary it can feel. I look forward to helping other students achieve their goal, regardless of their background."

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Liam Lennox

 

"Being the first person in my family to attend university, let alone study medicine, I understand how challenging the application process can be. I am excited to help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds through this process so they have the same chances of success as someone from a top private school."

anglia ruskin

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Kwadwo Kyei

"I was once in the position of a struggling medical school applicant. Having the ability to strengthen one's chances of becoming a doctor is why I am part of In2MedSchool."

nya haque

"Hi, I’m Nya! I’m honoured to be joining the In2MedSchool team as a Regional Head for Anglia Ruskin University. Having gone through the medical application process twice, I can appreciate how challenging and demanding it is, so I’m keen to support other students to make the process as smooth as possible. There are so many inequalities with regards to accessing resources and advice for widening participation students, so through I2MS, I’m eager to help more underprivileged students reach their goals!"

aston

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Hajirah Akhmid

"As someone who's been through the seemingly scary process of applying to Medicine, I can appreciate the challenges faced by applicants, and the disparity between access to resources and information, particularly for widening participation students. I joined In2MedSchool because it is an amazing initiative that helps bridge that gap and I look forward to giving advice and helping mentees with their applications!"

ASTON RH 

Are you a medical student at Buckingham Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

bartS & the london

 
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andrew voong

"I joined the In2MedSchool organisation because I feel that there are many students from disadvantaged backgrounds (especially in my area) that want to study medicine but have limited resources available to them. I believe that as part of In2MedSchool we can help reach these individuals, providing them with the personalised assistance they need to succeed and achieve their goals"

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Gozde Gultekin

"I am currently a second year medical student at Barts and the London. Being someone who has come from a state school and having no family members in medicine, she is passionate in increasing the number of aspiring medical students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Outside from mentoring and my studies, I enjoy swimming, trying out new foods and getting involved in research projects."

Birmingham

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Megan Nash

"While in sixth form I had minimal access to advice regarding university applications, let alone medicine. I joined the In2MedSchool team to help those in a similar position and encourage young students to choose a career in healthcare! I am passionate about widening participation and am grateful for the opportunity to pass on my knowledge. "

Rosemary Burke

"I found the application to medical school to be a hugely daunting process having no one to guide me - joining In2MedSchool I hope I can help others receive the support I wish I'd had. I'm passionate about improving diversity within medicine in all aspects, and In2MedSchool is a great initiative which shares this passion."

brighton & sussex

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nooriza ahmadi

"I am very excited to be involved with In2MedSchool as I am the first person in my family to study Medicine. I want to help students who were in a similar position to myself when I was in sixth form, so I cannot wait to get stuck in! I think it’s great how In2MedSchool offers resources and support to help students from all sorts of backgrounds to succeed in applying to Medicine!"

brighton & sussex rh

 

Are you a medical student at Brighton & Sussex Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

bristol

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Mya Tusli Patel-Vathvali

"I believe that every student should have an equal opportunity to study Medicine. For this reason I decided to work with In2MedSchool . I have been working as a mentor to help students get into medical school as I understand how challenging it can be. In my free-time, I enjoy drinking coffee and eating pizza."

Bristol RH

Are you a medical student at Brighton & Sussex Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

BUCKINGHAM

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Joshua Aduba

"I'm excited to be a part of this initiative. Having applied to medicine amidst covid in a country I wasn't familiar with I wish had known of a program like this to help me navigate the process. I've always known it's important to be able to give back and make the path smoother for those who come after and this is precisely what In2MedSchool is doing and Im so glad to be a part of it. "

bUCKINGHAM rh

 

Are you a medical student at Buckingham Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

cardiff

 
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Krishan Dev Punil Haria

"Having been part of previous widening participation schemes, I have seen the impact it has had on various students applying to medicine and the benefit it provides to them. I am excited to get involved and is keen to build on what he has learnt in the past. In my spare time, I enjoy playing golf and hanging out with his mates. "

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Fatima Altaiy

"I am a 3rd Year Medic at Cardiff University. I have many hobbies outside of academia which include; baking, painting and photography. I am particularly interested in widening participation as, coming from the background, I recognise that there is a gap when it comes to applying to medical school, which can disadvantage some candidates."

cambridge

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Lucy Li

"Getting into Medicine is harder than ever so In2MedSchool and its mentorship scheme is especially important for those from disadvantaged backgrounds. I am excited to help out in anyway that I can so that anyone who would like to study Medicine is able to."

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Tom Cowan

"I found much of the difficulty applying to medical school arose from a lack of access to the right information by knowing the right people. Applying from the state sector, this has always been evident, and the usefulness of 'insider' knowledge has become increasingly clear since starting university. I'd love to represent In2MedSchool as a Regional Head and help push against systemic inequalities that medical school admissions cannot fully account for."

central lancashire

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Zainah Fatima Moin

"I understand how daunting the application process can be, however, I'm grateful to work with In2Med School in providing aspiring medics with equal opportunities to pursue their goals. I'm excited to share my experiences and help prospective students along the way!"

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Anushka Rajesh

"As an international student, I didn't have the best resources to help guide me through the tedious process of applying to study medicine in the UK. I wished I would have had the guidance that I hope I can provide to students from underprivileged backgrounds to achieve their dream with the help of In2MedSchool!"

Dundee

 
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Jason Alexander

"Mentoring and informing is something that I have always felt animated about. After being introduced to In2MedSchool's purpose and drive, I knew that this was an initiative I wanted to be involved in. As a regional head, I'm eager to make a difference to as many people's lives as possible."

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Cyril Kocherry

"I have always been passionate about mentoring and motivating students over the years to pursue their dreams of getting into medical school, despite their hurdles! In2medschool provides a fantastic platform to help pursue this! As a region lead, I look forward to helping students achieve their goals and having a great impact on their lives!"

 

edge hill

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Are you a medical student at Edge Hill Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

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Are you a medical student at Edge Hill Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

edinburgh

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Swetha Kishore

"I believe that medicine should be presented as an opportunity to anyone who wishes to pursue it regardless of their background. I was very lucky and received a lot of support during my application process and I am aware this wasn’t the case for everyone. I strive to support and help students who wish to become a doctor and offer the support I once received that made it possible."

Rachel Duff

 

"I am excited to be working with In2MedSchool to be able to provide free resources to students across the country. I have enjoyed mentoring over the last year and I enjoy playing the piano, badminton and chess in my free time."

exeter

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Howard Winsten-Korver

"I am passionate about everyone having equal opportunities no matter their background! The application process for medical school is difficult, particularly with little guidance. It is therefore important to provide help and support to students who may struggle to access it otherwise!"

Exeter RH

Are you a medical student at Exeter Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

 

glasgow

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Ponciana Ordonez

"Finding the right resources and advice for medical school applications can be difficult and it's great that In2MedSchool offers all the right support to aspiring medical students, especially students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Widening participation is important to me as I believe that everyone should have equal access to medical school and being part of In2MedSchool allows me to help tackle some of these inequalities."

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Jemma McDonald

"I am a graduate medical student with a BSc (hons) in Immunology and Pharmacology from the University of Strathclyde and a BSc (hons) in Medicine from the University of St. Andrews. I am interested in widening participation due to the difficulties I faced on my journey to Medicine and want to help other people who face similar barriers."

 

hull york

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Tabitha England

"I have been part of this scheme for two years as both a mentor and regional head, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I am really passionate about supporting other students through the medical application process. I know I would’ve really benefitted from a scheme like this when I was applying, so I am really excited to be part of it now!"

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Palida Jantarang

"The medical school application process can be a daunting and difficult process to navigate. With access to the right support, this process can be made easier. In2MedSchool is a brilliant initiative that aims to support students from widening participation backgrounds with their journey into university. As someone who has always enjoyed mentoring, I am excited to be a part of In2MedSchool to offer my knowledge and experiences, having gone through the same process myself."

 

imperial

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Argyro Karataraki

"Applying to medicine can be a really intimidating and challenging process, but it should be accessible to all. In2MedSchool is helping bridge that gap and help individuals of all backgrounds to achieve their goal. I am very excited to be working with this team of people to widen participation in medicine. "

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Nadirah Shofique

"I understand how having the right resources can inspire confidence in your application but, unfortunately, this support isn't accessible to all. I want to help students of all backgrounds regardless of financial circumstances and academic opportunities to realize their potential and recognize that getting into Medicine is an achievable goal, no matter your circumstances. Through the amazing work that In2MedSchool does, we can try to even the playing field."

 

keele

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Bonny Tar

"There's so much that goes into the game of applying to medical schools that a good number of people, including myself, felt clueless until we actually got in. Decisions had to be made one after another, and I hope that my involvement in In2MedSchool will give more clarity to incoming applicants, especially those who already come from disadvantaged backgrounds."

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Malyka Cheema

"Applying to medicine is a scary process especially when there is limited support (and resources) from those trying to support you. Being in that position myself, I want to use my experience to assist any applicant struggling with this process. I look forward to joining this team and widening access to medicine."

kent & medway

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Are you a medical student at Kent & Medway Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

kent & medway rh

Are you a medical student at Kent & Medway Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

kings college london

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Cecilia Gray

"I believe Medicine should be accessible to all, and, having worked as a mentor for In2MedSchool over the past 2 years, i've seen first-hand how the right guidance and support can help so much in the daunting application process. I'm looking forward to helping others on their path to medicine."

KCL RH

"Are you a medical student at Kent & Medway Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England."

 

lancaster

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Tamzin Ogiliev

"I am passionate about ensuring that everyone interested in a career in medicine, regardless of background, has an equal opportunity to do so. Having worked with In2MedSchool as part of the Events Team for the last academic year I am keen to help support 1-2-1 interaction through the mentoring programme."

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Sophie-Liliane Rosenke

"Having gone through the application process for Medical Schools, it became clear that support and having someone to speak to during the process was an inaccessible feature for some people, I considered it to be almost a privilege. No one should go through this alone, everyone deserves an equal opportunity at life."

leeds

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Dichhya Sunar

"From being a mentee to a mentor and now a regional head, I can say with my whole heart that In2MedSchool has guided me through the daunting process of applying to med school. From first-hand experience, I have seen and felt the impact that In2MedSchool has and how it has benefitted fellow aspiring medics like myself. Being a regional head will not only allow me to pursue my ambition of offering equal opportunities but allow me to return the favour the initiative has done for me!"

Vlasios Gourgiotis

"Coming to the UK, at the age of 16, from a different country and barely speaking any English, applying to medical school was rather challenging. Unfortunately, I was not informed about In2MedSchool when in college but now I wish I was. I want everyone to enjoy their school life and I am here to help them achieve that by offering guidance and support, in an academic but most importantly personal way."

leicester

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James Finn Redman

"I remember struggling to find guidance when applying to medical school so to have an organisation like In2MedSchool offering all the resources they do is truly amazing. I'm thrilled to be part of a team that is so active in promoting widening participation and hope to support people from all backgrounds in pursing a career in medicine."

Janani Lambotharan

"I am excited to work with In2MedSchool as I remember how daunting the medicine application process felt. I am eager to make the process easier for others by sharing my own experiences and guiding them through the various stages. The competitive nature of the course can make it feel inaccessible at times but I hope to work with students to make them feel confident in their applications. ."

Lincoln

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Amity Duncan

"Ever since hearing a statistic about 80% of medical applicants coming from 20% of schools, I have been passionate about widening access to medicine. Having advice from someone who has been through the daunting process of applying to medical school makes such a huge difference, and making this opportunity (as well as other resources) more accessible with personalised advice is a good step in helping to bridge the gap between applicants with different backgrounds."

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Lincoln RH

 

Are you a medical student at Lincoln's Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

liverpool

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Rai Banerjee

"I am a second year medical student at the University of Liverpool. Having applied in the years of COVID, I know how daunting the process can be, and am grateful for all the advice I got from my seniors; I hope to pay this forward by helping other students get into medical school."

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Maria Hanif

"I think it’s very important that everyone who wants to study medicine has an equal opportunity to do so regardless of their background. I remember the application process felt overwhelming at times so I would love to support other people through it and share my experiences with them."

 

manchester

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Kayban Abraham

"Going through medicine without support is often too tough of a battle to win. This is also true of applying- we understand the struggles, so we'll always try our best to be helpful and approachable. I'm excited to get to know all of you future medics!"

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Joshua Williams

"Having done my education outside of the UK with no previous students at my school having gone on to study medicine, I had no one to turn to for guidance. Having now successfully gone through that process, I am determined to pass on the tips I have learned to help make the process less daunting to others in similar positions."

 

newcastle

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Divneet Kaur Chadha

"When applying to medical school, I had very little knowledge and support and often had to go out of my way to find resources. By becoming regional head, I want to help others in similar situations achieve the first step of getting into medical school."

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Mahrukh Khan

"Being an international and BAME student, I am aware and recognise the various efforts and struggles individuals often have to face whilst applying to medical school. I would love to help individuals from all backgrounds and ethnicities to navigate this difficult process."

norwich

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Hannah Barton

"Having found the application process for medicine incredibly intimidating, I am excited to help prospective medical students navigate through this! I enjoy mentoring both prospective medical students and first year medical students, as whatever academic background you come from, a career in medicine should be accessible for all"

Norwich rh

Are you a medical student at Norwich? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

nottingham

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Davina Jayawickrama

"My own memories of the intimidating application process to medical school has led to me wanting to help others make sense of the process. In2MedSchool is a great way to give students insight into the process and provide every aspiring medic equal opportunity, regardless of background."

Abhimanyu Baruah

"I am a fourth year medical student at the University of Nottingham, and I hopes to specialise in paediatric cardiology. I joined In2MedSchool because I understand how difficult getting into medical school is, and want to help maximise your chance of joining your dream medical school."

 

oxford

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Keya Downward

"I am passionate about increasing access to medical schools because I believe everyone deserves a fair chance to pursue their dreams. I remember how complicated applying to medicine is, and how so many helpful resources are expensive and inaccessible. With In2MedSchool, I hope to help demystify the process and provide as many people as possible with the resources and advice they need.:

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Are you a medical student at Oxford Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

 

plymouth

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Adnan Abdul Aziz

"Hi, my name is Adnan! I joined In2MedSchool because I wanted to give back what I couldn’t get; help with the application process to medical school. Being the first person in my family to apply to medicine, I understand how difficult it can be to get guidance and advice with the process. So now I’m really looking forward to helping everyone wanting to apply to medicine and achieve their goals!"

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Plymouth RH

 

Are you a medical student at Plymouth Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

 

queens belfast

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John Smiley

"I am excited to be involved with In2MedSchool this year. I would have found the mentorship program invaluable when I was applying to medicine, so I'm really looking forward to helping current school students with their applications."

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Muhammad Hamza Shah

"'Inequality is the root of social evil' - If there is anything we can take away from this quote, it's the need to bind together when faced with mutual struggles. This translates over to medical school admissions, where a large number of applicants require extra support to understand the right approach. With In2MedSchool, I hope to help these students achieve their goals and revitalize the NHS workforce."

 

sheffield

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Emily Hagan 

"As an individual from a Widening Participation background and going through the medicine admissions process twice I understand how difficult it can be. I aim to share my experiences with aspiring medics so they find the admissions process a little easier than I did! "

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Sanjana Mehrotra

"Deciding to do medicine is a huge step in itself and with the application process being long-winded and stressful, I value the significance of mentoring having undertaken it myself as an international student. I am super excited and committed to being part of In2Medschool to make Medicine a more accessible career option and to give back to the mentoring community!"

southampton

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Rachel Titcombe

"I'm really looking forward to getting more involved in an initiative that helps anyone who wishes to apply to medicine have the opportunity and the support to do so. It's something I wish I'd had access to when I applied and I'm excited to be part of the team. "

Southampton RH

 

Are you a medical student at Southampton Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

st andrews

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Aabiyah Akhtar

"Applying for medical school can be challenging, particularly for those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds. Access to medical school should not be limited by an individual's background. When I applied, I didn’t know where to begin, and outreach programmes helped me. I aim to provide guidance to anyone that feels the same. Initiatives like In2MedSchool allow any bright student the opportunity to become a doctor. and I am thrilled to be involved in one myself."

Rohan Gupta

"I joined In2MedSchool to provide students the support they need to successfully apply and get into medical school. I am keen on helping others understand what medical school is like and the commitment that is required. Coming from a high school where not much support was provided, I understand the struggles students are facing and I would love to make a difference!"

st george's

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Muridi Awes Abdulkadir

"The In2MedSchool ethos strongly aligns with my personal vision to narrow down the social mobility gap experienced by students from disadvantaged backgrounds. As a RH, I am excited to help many aspiring medics through the application process and serve to be the catalyst that helps them overcome many of the societal marginalisation imposed on them. Let’s ensure the NHS workforce mirrors the diverseness they serve!"

Lucy (Lan) Ge

"I am super excited to continue to be a part of this widening participation initiative. I would love to share my experiences of applying to medical school and support other aspiring medical students to achieve their goals!."

sunderland

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Are you a medical student at Sunderland's Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

Sunderland rh

Are you a medical student at Sunderland's Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

swansea

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Keioni Essex

"As someone who is from a widening participation background, I was not entirely sure about all of the nuances of applying to medical school and did not personally know any medics. I want to ensure this does not happen to other future medics and help support them where I can."

Swansea RH

 

Are you a medical student at Swansea Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland.

 

university college london (UCL)

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Anabel Joseph

"I’m passionate about mentorship and am excited to be able to support and encourage students through the application process. I remember how overwhelming it can be and hope to help aspiring medical students to achieve their goals."

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Maryam Imran

"My own journey in applying to medical school is something that will always stay with me. I'm now looking forward to facilitating the path for many doctors of the future to reach their aspirations regardless of background."

ulster

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Oran McMenamin

Hi, I am a 2nd year medical students at Queens University Belfast who is currently on sports scholarship. I have a keen interest in dermatology and sports medicine and, I am the year head of the sports and exercise medicine society at Queens. I believe everyone should have an equal opportunity of achieving their academic dreams and is committed to helping people reach medical school.

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Tatyana Sinaisky

 

"Having applied to medicine once as a school-leaver and once again as a graduate, I hope to use my experience to help make the application process less daunting to prospective medical students. I am the first one in my family to attend medical school and believe that everyone should have equal opportunities when applying to medical school, no matter what their background is."

 

warwick

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Courtney Moffitt

"I have a desire to help people achieve their goals, by joining In2MedSchool it has meant I have been able to give help and advice to others. Having been able to be a mentor on the programme, I have first-hand experience seeing the impact In2MedSchool has on students. The benefits of having a mentor to help guide them through the application process and to help them discover what they are truly passionate about"

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Warwick RH

Are you a medical student at Warwick Medical School? Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? Click here​ to find our contact details and drop an email to our Mentorship Director for England.

Sustainability regional heads

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Megan Littmoden

"I am a final year medical student who is keen to pursue a career in paediatrics. I am passionate about making Medicine more accessible to young people from all walks of life, stemming from her own experience applying to medicine in 2017. I am keen to inspire more current medical students to take part in mentoring as she believes this can provide invaluable help and confidence to those aspiring to study medicine."

Adwait Joshi

"I am a 3rd year medical student at Imperial who is interested in oncology, running and teaching. I love the support which In2MedSchool provides to those from a WP background and want to play my part in helping students achieve their goal of getting into medicine!"