Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

 Find all of the School Rep Coordinators (SRCs) for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences here.

Baguiasri Mandane
Pharmacy (Postgraduate)
p10527897@my365.dmu.ac.uk

What are your ambitions?
I am an enthusiastic and highly motivated Pharmacist with a strong passion in the Education sector. I am very keen to hear from students on their education experiences so far and how we can all work together, to bring about positive changes to the Leicester School of Pharmacy and beyond.

What are your hobbies?
Reading non-fictional literature, particularly enjoy self-developmental books, like ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People’ by Stephen Covey, ‘Incognito’ by David Eagleman and related genres. I also enjoy being creative in my spare time and use imagination to make innovative objects – I have taken part in a Dragon’s Den Competition at college, where in a team we designed a creative and unusual 3D puzzle aimed at visually impaired children (the initial model was made using clay and other materials).

What are your aims for the year?
My key aims for the year within the PG SRC role, include: 1) To create a more welcoming PG atmosphere around the Campus; 2) To bring more exciting learning opportunities for PG students; 3) To promote relevant opportunities for PG students such as #DMUGlobal and #DMULocal; 4) To represent the views of PG students and take them to higher meetings with a vision to help improve the overall student experience.

 

 

Kerrianne Clinton
Pharmacy (Undergraduate)
p13231569@my365.dmu.ac.uk

What are your ambitions?
I have always wanted a career where I can use scientific knowledge to make a difference – pharmacy allows me to do that.

What are your hobbies?
I am a member of DMU skydiving society; I have jumped solo five times to date. I ski annually, and tend to always be on holiday somewhere.

What are your aims for the year?
I would like to set up a #DMUGlobal trip specifically for pharmacy students. I would also like to ensure work feedback is prompt and detailed. I want to establish a solid base for student views – so everyone on the course is heard.

Nidha Hussain
Biomedical Sciences (Undergraduate)
p14145295@my365.dmu.ac.uk

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Vivian Nwagboso
Biomedical Sciences (Undergraduate)
p1521598x@my365.dmu.ac.uk

What are your ambitions?
Discover a cure for cancer, HIV and all deadly diseases in the world, i.e. be the best biomedical scientist ever.

What are your hobbies?
Movies, reading and travel.

What are your aims for the year?
I’d simply say I’d like every problem affecting the students in the School of Allied Health Sciences to be solved.

Chandini Patel
Educational Studies (Undergraduate)
p15219552@my365.dmu.ac.uk

What are your ambitions?
To get a degree and further my studies and try to make a difference to the education of others.

What are your hobbies?
Gym, sports, socialising and enjoy volunteering.

What are your aims for the year?
To make education more enjoyable and make learning fun.

 

 

Nabeelah Ahmed Omarjee
Psychology (Undergraduate)
p14126128@my365.dmu.ac.uk

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Emma Charge
Nursing with NMC Registration (Undergraduate)
p14179845@my365.dmu.ac.uk

What are your ambitions?
To become a successful nurse.

What are your hobbies?
Gym, walking, cinema and swimming.

What are your aims for the year?
Change and improve the nursing course.

 

 

Rebecca Grant
Nursing with NMC Registration (Undergraduate)
p15248053@my365.dmu.ac.uk

What are your ambitions?
I want to make a difference to everyone.

What are your hobbies?
Movies and music.

What are your aims for the year?
Make a difference to future HLS students.

Asma Derf
Biological Sciences (Postgraduate Research)
p13190291@my365.dmu.ac.uk

What are your ambitions?
To complete my degree and be a researcher.

What are your hobbies?
Volleyball, reading, films and travelling.

What are your aims for the year?
To get the student voice through and to improve the PhD student experience.