M2M sponsored student Lyson Gwelse awarded an overseas trip
A second Medic to Medic student awarded overseas trip: Lyson Gwesele
Following Yamikani Mastala’s initial award in 2010, a second student, sponsored by Medic to Medic, has received a similar award this year.
Based on his performance in the exams at the end of the Department of Medicine rotations during Year 3, Lyson Gwesele is one of 16 Year 4 students, that have been selected from the College of Medicine, to do elective studies in four different universities in the UK. He will be spending four weeks at the University of Warwick Medical School in October 2011.
Congratulations to Lyson! Hopefully this is just the start of a trend for other Medic to Medic students to aim for in future years.
Dr Charles Mtibo
Former student, Dr Charles Mtibo, publishes a paper.
One of our former students, Dr Charles Mtibo, has published a paper in peer-reviewed journal Child Abuse & Neglect. Charles is now working as an intern in Malawi and his paper was based on his student project:
Explanations for child Sexual abuse given by convicted offenders in Malawi:No evidence for "HIV cleansing".
Click on the link to find out more!
Medic to Medic Student Awarded for Outstanding Exam Results
Yamikani Mastala, a 4th year medical student sponsored by Medic to Medic, has been awarded a place on a trip to Warwick University Medical School in England after attaining high marks in his Medicine exams last semester. He, and a handful of other students?who did well in his year, will be spending a month in England in the Autumn.
Our congratulations go to Yamikani and hope he has a successful trip!