About the society
Meet the committee
Karl Romain + Miranda Smith
Hi, we’re the 2020 ClinSoc Co-Presidents! We’ll be working with the Committee and Faculty to make your experience of Clinical School AMAZING, so please contact us if you have any suggestions and we’ll put you in touch with the right people!
The Vice President makes sure there is tea and coffee for the Sherwood room and helps to negotiate deals with our sponsors.
My role involves administrative tasks that keep the society organised and running. I am also in charge of the bulletin, and especially encourage quiz submissions!
The Treasurer manages ClinSoc's financial affairs, including where we get our funding and what it goes towards.
I designed this website and the rest of the branding. I also take care of lots of other technical stuff. Write to me with questions, updates, or suggestions and I'll be happy to help!
I'm responsible for giving our academic feedback to upstairs and organising events such as the electives evening and teaching awards. If you have any questions, or would just like a chat, please get in touch.
My role is to support all medics in the clinical school. I host welfare drop ins throughout the year and am always here to provide support. If you have any questions about anything at all, or would just like a chat, please contact me.
As the Access Officer, I aim to promote entrance to Medicine and to Cambridge from all backgrounds. I'm the point of contact between prospective applicants and the Clinical School, so please look at my page and get in contact!
Tiber Babin + Frances Hamblin
Tiber and Frances represent graduate students (CGCM, MBPhD and Affiliates) at the clinical school. Contact them for support, advice, or to pass on any suggestions.
Will Smith + Alex Monnickendam
Hi! We act as a link between the ClinSoc committee and all the different Clinical School sports teams and societies.
Alfie Beard + Henry Bennett
The Ents team organise frequent social events in and around the Clinical School and take the lead on our annual gatherings and dinners.
Requests and submissions
Submit something to the Bulletin
The Bulletin is our our regular newsletter to all clinical students. To add an item, go to the Events page and get submitting.
Submit a question for the Bulletin picture quiz
Raunak is always keen to receive picture quiz submissions. Want to plug your cause, event, or society right at the top of the bulletin for your trouble? No problem – just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your submission.
Add events to the ClinSoc calendar
The ClinSoc calendar serves two purposes: keeping everyone updated about when and where events are happening around the Clinical School, and helping societies to avoid their events clashing. See the calendar page for details of how you can add events here.
Request changes to the Sports and Societies listings
Starting a new society? Has your contact information or President changed? Just want people to know where to find your website? Let email@example.com know and we can get that sorted for you.
Looking for something else? Browse the committee members above and decide who best matches up with your message.
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If you think you'd be interested in sponsoring our society, please get in touch below!