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Community is a vital part of how In2Med works, it’s all about medical students helping other students. If you are interested in writing a blog, developing some material or helping out in any other way, get in contact with us.

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We all learn best when we pool our resources and we would love you to become a part of our team by contributing material for the website. If you have a blog you would like to write, some notes you would think students could find useful or any other ideas to improve our online portal, we would love to hear from you. 

As part of our team you will help create resources for medical students across the world and spread awareness about In2Med. It’s as simple as 5 quick steps…

  • 1. Get in touch using the information below.
  • 2. Send us a blog, study notes, illustration or other material that would be useful to fellow students.
  • 3. Everything is reviewed, to make sure it meets the standard our members expect.
  • 4. Your contribution is published on the website.
  • 5. We will add your name, photograph and testimonial to the website as one of our contributors.

Student Representatives

We are looking for medical students across the UK to become In2Med representatives for their medical schools. As an In2Med rep, you’l be in charge of helping spread awareness about In2Med to students at your university. This includes posting on social media about new videos, new modules, new courses and much more.

This is a great way to demonstrate interest in medical education, an essential skill for your future applications. You’ll also get to be part of a great community of like minded students helping to create a genuinely useful medical resource. We look forward to hearing from you…

University of Aberdeen

Frances is a 1st year Medical student. Prior to this, she completed an undergraduate degree in Anatomy. When not studying she will either be playing hockey or out and about with her dogs.

University of Birmingham

Meghna is a medical student at the University of Birmingham. With an interest in gastro medicine, she enjoys getting involved in teaching and medical education. In her spare time, she plays the piano and loves to dance.

University of Cambridge

Carina is a 5th year medical student at the University of Cambridge. Originally from Denmark, she previously did a degree in Chemistry before deciding medicine was the career for her.

University of Dundee

Sophie is a 5th year medical student at the University of Dundee who has a passion for paediatrics and women’s health.

University of Glasgow

Mckenze is 4th year medical student at Glasgow who completed an intercalated year in Genetics. She also plays hockey for Scotland and is a member of the Great Britain U23 squad.


Kings College London

Neslihan is a 2nd year medical student at King’s College London. She has a keen interest in radiology, oncology and MedTech.

University Of Liverpool

Sara is a 4th year medical student at Liverpool University. Also a keen writer, make sure to check our her blog on a guide to surviving life on the wards.

University of Nottingham

Nayan is in his first year and enjoys mentoring prospective medical students. He is passionate about widening participation and interested in surgery as well as medical education.

University of Swansea

Maisy is currently in her 3rd year of Graduate Entry Medicine at Swansea University. She previously did an undergraduate degree in Medical Physiology.

University College London

Electra is a 5th year medical student who moved to London from Athens and intercalated in Physiology. She has a keen interest in dermatology and lifestyle medicine. She enjoys running, cooking, and also mentoring students going into medicine.

University of York

Aya is an international student in her first year at the Hull York Medical School. She lives in Abu Dhabi but is originally from Egypt. In her free time, she enjoys photography and volunteering and is also interested in helping to combat health inequalities.

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Our contributors


Tom graduated from the University of Cambridge with a masters in chemistry. He is one of the authors and instructors of our personal statement course.


Maddie is a medical student at the University of Cambridge. She is the author of our paediatrics, gynaecology and obstetrics clinical modules.


Kiran is studying history at Bristol University. With a flair for drawing, Kiran helped draw many of our images for our clinical modules.


Simran is a medical students at the University of Cambridge. A keen writer, Simran has written many articles for In2Med which you can find in the blogs and articles section.


Gaurav is a Year 11 student who did some work experience with In2Med. He has been instrumental in drawing academic diagrams and digitising the images you can find in our clinical modules.


Alisha is a year 12 student who is a singer songwriter. She is very creative and is responsible for drawing our cover photos for each of our clinical modules. Check out her work on our clinical modules page.


Shweta is an international student in her final year at the University of Nottingham. Originally from Dubai, in her free time she enjoys writing and karaoke. She is passionate about helping international students apply to the UK


Kristina is a Natural sciences student at the University of Cambridge. She is one of the authors of the interview course and is looking forward to completing a summer internship with In2Med during August 2020.

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