I’m Varja, a first year MBBS student, and I’m excited to be standing as the volunteer coordinator for Neuroscience society:)
Neuroscience is one of the most interesting and thus biggest societies at Imperial. That means there is a lot of work to be done, and a lot of people happy to do the work and learn about neuroscience.
The role of the volunteer coordinator is crucial to ensure people’s skills and... read more
Hi everyone! My name is Viraj, I’m a first-year medical student and I would be delighted to apply for the role of volunteer co-ordinator for Imperial College Neuroscience Society. As an individual who is motivated by the challenge of organising such a rewarding and impactful scheme for students to get more involved with volunteering, I believe this is the role for me.
I believe that, through my experience as the... read more
Having already experience in volunteering for a specialised Alzheimer tertiary care centre and an open,easy to talk to personality, I am well prepared for the challenges that face this role. Understanding the dynamics of our healthcare system and the strain placed upon certain areas, my enthusiasm to support not only the system providing care but also the people affected , will ensure I continually devote my time... read more
Hi, I’m Rena and I’m running for Volunteer Coordinator for Neuroscience Committee.
As Conference Secretariat this year I have really enjoyed getting more involved in Neuroscience Society by working with the rest of Conference Committee to organise and run the Conference successfully. I believe the organisation and communication skills I developed in my role this year, as well as in my role as ICSM Ladies Hockey... read more