I’m a 4th year at Clare College (and one of your ClinSoc co-presidents) from Skipton in North Yorkshire. Every 6 months I change my mind about what I want to do, but right now I’m really interested in neuroscience (I’ll probably change my mind before the months out). Unrelated to medicine, I’ve recently spent a small fortune at Rainbow Rocket to get a membership, so I try to climb when my forearms allow. I also try to play basketball when I’m not injured, and I’m proud to play with the Cambridge Clinical Basketball Team (who are up for promotion!).Send Email
5th year at Clare College, Hungarian from Hertfordshire. Pretty set on obs and gynae, but I still enjoy a bit of everything as long as it’s fast paced. I have recently become fond of long distance running, hoping to complete the Manchaster marathon in April. I will be looking to work with the sports and welfare officers to start a weekend easy run club. I am looking forward to hopefully re-establishing the pre-COVID social side of ClinSoc.
Hi all! I’m Jack, a 6th year (old, I know) at Clare. Interested in the cross-over of medicine and tech / entrepreneurship, and improving efficiencies in healthcare. I’m looking forward to working with the comittee to re-establish ClinSoc socials and inter-year integration! Also here if you ever want to reach out about anything generally 🙂Send Email
Hi everyone, my name is Nihal and I’m your 2023-2024 ClinSoc Vice-Pres. My roles involve looking after the Sherwood room, liaising with sponsors, and collating feedback from you guys! I’ll also be working on some other things like expanding our alumni network and putting together guides on portfolio building. Outside of medicine you’ll either find me rowing sporadically for Addies or embarrassing myself at Panto.
Hi! I’m Bolin and I’m a 4th year at Newnham. As ClinSoc secretary, my role mainly involves putting together and sending out the weekly ClinSoc bulletin. I am also a general hub of enquiries, so if you have any questions but you’re not sure who to contact, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll be more than happy to point you in the right direction! When I’m not student doctoring, I’m probably testing out a new red wine brownie recipe, or taking a nap.Send Email
I’m Binu, a 4th year medic at Caius and Clinsoc Treasurer. As treasurer I’m responsible for liaising with the clinschool to organise the William Harvey fund and oversee its allocation to all societies throughout the year. I also work with the sports and societies officer to allocate funding to new societies over the summer.
Hi! My name is Mostin Hu and I’m the welfare officer for ClinSoc. I’m a fifth year medic at Trinity and originally from Toronto, Canada. My goals for this year are to undertake an audit on the current welfare system to better understand what could be done better, hold wellbeing events, and create a peer support groups for those resitting exams.
Hi, I’m Emily (she/they), the new LGBTQ+ officer. I’m a 4th year medic from Christ’s and enjoy pretty much all the stereotypical Cambridge hobbies (rowing, theatre, doing extracurriculars to avoid work). My role is primarily as a representative for anyone to get in touch with regarding anything LGBTQ+-related, and to organise events throughout the year.Send Email
Sports & Societies
I’m Simpson Tam, a fourth-year at Fitzwilliam. I’m responsible for promoting sports activities and managing Clinsoc societies. I changed my speciality preference three times and am keen on plastic surgery at the moment (you’re welcome to ask me again since it might change again). I enjoy badminton, running and cycling (only during the hot summer). Also if you’ve gathered a team of keen sports players or have any intellectually-stimulating society ideas, please feel free to email me.Send Email
Hi! I’m Saania one of the BME reps this year with Misa. My family are from India and I currently have 25 samosas and an old nutella jar of rasgulla in the fridge because that’s what happens when I go home. Like Misa I’ve spent a lot of hours watching anime, but also a lot of hours watching garbage TV (would recommend married at first sight Australia if anyone’s looking).
We’ve got lots of plans as BME reps and we’re also very open to suggestions so please get in touch if there’s anything on your minds! (We’re both very friendly promise).
Hi, my name is Misa! I’m from Nepal and I’m the first in my family to go to university. This is a picture of me and my lil brother. Saania and I are the BME reps this year!
I’d like to give a special shout-out to the 2.5 people (out of all 3 clinical years) who completed our survey about what they’d like to see from us/ changed about the course. I don’t mind things taking a long time (I’m up to date on the One Piece anime…) but as the reps, Saania and I are keen to make progress happen this year because, based on 2/2.5 responses and our own experiences, we know there’s a lot to work on.Send Email
Hello everyone! I’m Aly, a fourth year medic at Trinity Hall and I am the access officer for Clinsoc. This involves working closely with the rest of the clinical school, with MedSoc (the ClinSoc equivalent for the pre-clinical years 1-3 of the course) and with CamWAMS, the Cambridge Widening Access to Medicine Society (follow them on Twitter and Instagram). There is a lot of pressure when choosing to study medicine and this pressure is magnified by applying to Cambridge. My role is to help shed light on any misconceptions and make medicine accessible to all!Send Email
Hi! I’m Shriya and I’m one of your academic officers this year! I’m a 4th year at Downing. Outside of medicine you can find me at choir, baking or giving my unsolicited reviews of different cafes and restaurants. This year Vianca and I are hoping to promote academic events/study sessions that you guys can actively participate in. Feel free to email us if you have any questions or concerns regarding the curriculum or any society talks/events!
Hi! I’m Vianca, a 4th year medic at Robinson. Me and Shriya are your Academic Officers this year! We’re hoping to promote academic events and/or study sessions for y’all! To get in touch email us for anything academic curriculum / societies / events related. Looking forward to the year ahead!Send Email
I’m Kesavan and I’m responsible for maintaining this website and the ClinSoc Calendar. I also sit on the clinical school e-learning committee. Feel free to get in touch if you want to get anything added to the website or if you have any ideas on how to improve MedEd.Send Email