About us

Interested in knowing a bit more about us? Meet the In2Med Team

Our Team

Ankit is a graduate from the University of Cambridge doing an AFP in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in London. Apart from working on In2Med, Ankit enjoys DJing and socialising with friends.

Ankit

University of Cambridge

Ellie co-founded In2Med with Ankit. She is originally from Edinburgh. Having recently graduated from Cambridge, Ellie will be working as a junior doctor at UCH in London. In her free time Ellie enjoys running and playing ice hockey.

Ellie

University of Cambridge

Radhika is a medical student at Birmingham medical school. With an active interest in social media, Radhika designs our social media posts for Instagram.

Radhika

University of Birmingham

Nayan is a medical student at the University of Nottingham. In his spare time, Nayan really enjoys teaching and mentoring aspiring medical applicants, and has a keen interest in surgery.

Nayan

University of Nottingham

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.

Meghna

University of Birmingham

Talia is a student at the University of Nottingham. In her own words, Talia needs “any excuse to draw.” Talia is working to help develop the user interface and make it more visually attractive.

Talia

University of Nottingham

Aya is an international student 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.

Aya

Hull-York Medical School

Awards and Mentions

Winner of Santander University Grants

Partner with Hemraj Goyal Foundation Charity

Winner of Cambridgeshire Young Business Person of the Year

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…

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.

Frances

University of Aberdeen

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.

Electra

University College London

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

Sophie

University of Dundee

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.

Mckenzie

University of Glasgow

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

Neslihan

Kings College London

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

Maisy

University of Swansea

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.

Sara

University of Liverpool

Our Story

Ankit

“The idea behind In2Med started because I knew how difficult it can be to get into med school. With all the competition out there a personal statement is vital, but many schools can’t support students in writing them, particularly schools in more deprived areas. I wanted to create a course that would help students from less advantaged backgrounds to get a place at university, and introduce more variety into the medical profession.

The course was originally launched for students in India but it soon became clear that it was also popular in the UK. Meanwhile, I felt nervous and a little lost as a new student. I knew that many others would be in the same boat and I wanted to create something that would help. It would need to be both affordable and genuinely useful, interactive and suited to the modern world.

I wanted to create one place where any medical student could go to find the resources they needed and interact with alike minded community, reducing the anxiety that we all shared.”

 

“Having grown up in Scotland I knew very little about the English education system, or what the requirements were to apply to medical school. I did some research but even so, my application to Cambridge felt like a stab in the dark. I want to take away some of that uncertainty, so that potential medics don’t get put off before they have even started!

Like many people, I found the move from school to university a daunting step. The thing that helped me most was forming a network of peers, a community of others going through the same challenges that I was. We were able to provide each other with emotional support and encouragement but more than that, we were able to pool our resources.

For me, that’s one of the big strengths of In2Med, it’s more than just a source of information. It’s a community in which each member is a vital part, whether that’s learning or contributing to the resource bank.”

Ellie

Mailing List

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